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Will Ford Focus Cc Become Future Classic Car Or Not?


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Future classic or not?  

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  1. 1. Is Focus CC a future classic?

    • Sure thing, go and buy two of these while you still can.
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    • No way! You should have bought Astra Convertible
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Went today to Classic Car Show in Spalding (Sprigfield grounds) and saw there a couple of XR3i convertibles. These looked quite cool and I really liked it.

I am wondering if Focus CC will become a future classic just like XR3i cabrios?

There aren't many of these on roads and production has stopped after only 4 years. Some will probably say Ford done a right thing of killing it but I really love the car. :)

What do you think?

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Went today to Classic Car Show in Spalding (Sprigfield grounds) and saw there a couple of XR3i convertibles. These looked quite cool and I really liked it.

I am wondering if Focus CC will become a future classic just like XR3i cabrios?

There aren't many of these on roads and production has stopped after only 4 years. Some will probably say Ford done a right thing of killing it but I really love the car. :)

What do you think?

I think that in 25 - 30 years time Focus CC owners will believe their CC is a classic :lol:

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Definitely!, Think 20 years ago sierra's and Cavaliers were the best selling cars in the UK and they sold in the tens of thousands they were everywhere , today you never see'em hardly? Even though car's are plentiful now they'll soon be scarce 10-20 years from now as we live in a disposable society.

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They say there are more Escort RS Turbos than xr3i-s now, back in the day every 2nd street seemed to have an xr3i on it and they seemed to outnumber RS turbos 10 to 1

Some cars that used to fill the roads have become endangered species and the RSs, etc have been kept

Cars you might not consider classics may become classics - like the ST220 - there were not that many sold in the UK

I think if a car was desirable in its day, has something special about it (like its a performance model) and is rare, it will probably become a classic eventually

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Don't think that CC is particularly desirable so not many were sold in the UK. I've seen a figure of 6000 cars but not sure if that is accurate.

I personally love the car but it just like Marmite - you either love it or hate it.

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