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Show Us Your Motors!

Discussion in 'Motors' started by Lop├ęz, Oct 18, 2002.

  1. ianh

    Mobster

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    Location: Saudi and occasionally Stoke.

    Not_sure_if_serious.jpg :D
     
  2. Jonnycoupe

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    Location: N.Warks

    9 to 1 on autotrader SECOND HAND CARS? MOTs on current fleets? Or the actual relevant one like sales of new UK cars over the last 3 months.

    Not sure if serious? Not sure if you have a clue. :D
     
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  3. peterwalkley

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    Location: South Wirral

    Welcome to the Jaaag club. Interior shots please :)
     
  4. MikeTimbers

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    Location: New Eltham, London

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    Light Oyster. This is a Portfolio so all the luxuries. It does actually look much better than this - there are nice downlighters in the doors, the seats and steering-wheel are heated, stereo is 380W Meridian, etc.
     
  5. geekman

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    That looks great.
     
  6. peterwalkley

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    What he said, but we're both Jag fan boys :)
     
  7. Cleisthenes

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    Location: TN1

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  8. iaind

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    That Alfa is gorgeous!
     
  9. Cookeh

    Sgarrista

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    Simply gorgeous. Definitely one my bucket list of cars to own...

    Brilliant plate too, imo!
     
  10. sigma

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    Is that a bit of pork in the background?
     
  11. Cleisthenes

    Soldato

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    I paid extra for the plate, but it was perfect for the car so it was a must!
     
  12. Cleisthenes

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    My dad's, 996 turbo :)
     
  13. Voxination

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    Not an Alfa fan, but rather like that GTV! Look forward to seeing it next month.
     
  14. antijoke

    Caporegime

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    Location: Stratford-Upon-Avon

    Where you in Stratford today about 2ish?

    Saw one of these today by the Maybird and wondered if it was you.
     
  15. Amos91

    Wise Guy

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    Location: Northamptonshire

    The previous owner had the gtv off the road for about 4 years, impressive that if flew through its last mot.

    Always had a soft spot for those cars. The engine sounds lovely.
     
  16. Cleisthenes

    Soldato

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    Location: TN1

    Correct. It's had new discs and pads, Cambelt etc so it's good to go. He specialised in alfas, and just didn't have it for sale for those years. Bit dusty when I first saw it, but fab now it's been cleaned up!
     
  17. Will

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    Whats the exhaust on it, ragazzon? Need some videos :p
     
  18. Cleisthenes

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    It was put on by autodelta, but they supposedly used ragazzon systems so I believe so yes :p If you come to the south eastern meet then you'll get to hear it, otherwise YouTube has a couple of examples ;)
     
  19. sigma

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    Moar pics please :D
     
  20. mrk

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    The grey steering wheel on the Jag, wouldn't that put you off after a few years when it starts to go a yellowy sort of grey?! Steering wheels should always be black, unless it's a Maserati, in which case it seems burgundy is quite alright!