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Hey, Garethj, have you seen this monster thundering and lurching around the track at Goodwood? I took this in 2004 I think.

That is my car, I had it for about 5 years then sold it to the bloke who races it in Classic Saloon races. I think it was driven by a Works Porsche driver at Goodwood?

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Hey, Garethj, have you seen this monster thundering and lurching around the track at Goodwood? I took this in 2004 I think.

 

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Very entertaining, and attracted as much attention as the LM's and million dollar stuff.

I didn't see it there last year, I'll make sure to look out for it on the 24th!
I never get to be in UK for the FoS, but do try to make the Revival whenever I can. It always brings out the best in the Missus, and the tw*t in me...

 

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I want that too, but it went for daft money last time (around £1200 I think) and the chap will probably want even more for it this time round. Plus it's on the other side of the country now...

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Sorry if I offended...I'll pass on the deep-fried pizza, the other day whilst spannering underneath the car I noticed that it's not as easy to slide underneath as it used to be... I need more of the cabbage soup and less of the deep-fried anything... :?

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This Alfa 90 is about 2/3 of the way down france, would be quite a mission to collect it, also the transaxle is bust so it would need towing/A-framing.

 

However the auction finishes in 2 hours and the current price is £1.40.

 

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=230139358840

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Special import Dai-tat-su:

 

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1992 Daihatsu Opti

 

Think this is one of a few Daihatsu UK imported for testing. They didn't sell it here in the end, because they're a bit dim like that.

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There was talk of one of these in a recent spotting thread.Apparently this one would 'benefit from a wash and polish'. :roll: It would also have benefitted from some hippy not getting wasted in the seventies and going a bit OTT with the sheepskin......I can't link the pics but I can do the funky description in the link business.Here you go.1968 UK RHD Autobianchi Van

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