Hi there So here I was thinking I'd not find an alternative to the expensive but still a relative bargain for what you get the Ford Mustang GT. But then someone mentioned the Jaguar F-type and I remember upon their release thinking what a gorgeous car, but thinking way too expensive. Then I drove a V8S some years ago and decided a convertible was not for me and that it was still just as bad as the XKR for trying to get the power down. Fast forward and the F-type coupe came out and I was like, oh my stunning car. I then completely forgot about them. At which point I was well into my second Mustang, sold and a third Mustang on order, but I then kind of got cold feet for a few reasons and started looking elsewhere at which point it was either this forum or the Mustang forum where the F-type was mentioned. All of a sudden an F Type R AWD was just within budget, as in budget I could go and buy, but then someone here mentioned ah man just finance it up, use a PCP with a balloon, an idea I've not considered previously. But in short my 50k budget turned into 80k and tomorrow I shall be collecting a carbon covered SVR very naughty edition F type. I lost the first one I viewed, to slow to pull the trigger and someone else took it from under me, it was same colour but was missing some of the options this car has, namely the carbon roof. People here know how I am fond of carbon, having paid to have a carbon roof panel installed in my M3. As such this was a hit with me, and I am trying to contain the excitement but something tells me tonight might be sleepless. Oh and a picture of the entire car: The plan is to just drive and enjoy this one, in the short term my only plans are: - Get calipers professionally sprayed yellow with SVR black logos - A full professional paint restoration and sealant by Autobrite. That is it, I am still not convinced by gloss black wheels, though in person they were nice and will probably work better once calipers are yellow. In the long term if the gloss black is still not to my taste I shall have them painted in the Jaguar factory satin grey they also did the SVR wheels in. As to modifications really nothing planned as the car is pretty sorted out the box, apart from a set of Michelin PS4S all round once the junk Pzero are worn out, which might take a while as they are a pretty fresh set on the car, fitted in February this year, so 7mm front and 6mm rear. In short the plan is to enjoy and just make a lot of noise and boy does it make noise, it is insanely loud for a stock car and goes very well, but at near 600HP so it damn should.