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Socobloke

Budding Enthusiast
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About Socobloke

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    Newbie

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  • First Name Scott

Profile Information

  • Ford Model Kuga
  • Ford Year 2011
  • UK/Ireland Location Renfrewshire
  • Annual Mileage 10,001 to 15,000
  1. hello kuga owners

    Looks like I'm No6. Had my 60 plate for a few months now and I love it! I've had Fords in the past, Fiesta and Mondeo, and enjoyed the driving experience, also had numerous Land Rovers and finally I've found a vehicle that combines everything I enjoyed about both Marques.
  2. From the album Kuga

    My new (to me) Kuga on the Achray Forest Drive. Great drive on a gravel track that os one way so the foot can go down on the bends!

    © Socobloke

  3. From the album Kuga

    My new (to me) Kuga on the Achray Forest Drive. Great drive on a gravel track that os one way so the foot can go down on the bends!

    © Socobloke

  4. Kuga heading through the Gap of Mamore

    From the album Kuga

    1st drive through the Gap of Mamore on this trip. The last time I was parked in this spot was in an 02 Mondeo Ghia.

    © socobloke

  5. Kuga at Tullach Bay, Donegal.

    From the album Kuga

    My Kuga parked up as I headed down to photograph the beach.

    © Socobloke

  6. Kuga at the Gap of Mamore, Donegal.

    From the album Kuga

    My Kuga parked up at the Gap of Mamore on a recent trip to Donegal. This is a spectacular drive and one we enjoyed several times during our visit. Image details- Long exposure with moonlight and a wee bit of fill in with a torch. Nikon D300s.

    © Socobloke