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4 hours ago, BorniteIdentity said:

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Delicious.  Much more want than ANY GTi.

Back in 1997 I was tempted by a D reg VW Jetta 1.3 on a used car forecourt for £1795. 0-60 in 17 seconds. A second slower than the Golf 1.3 C. 

There's something about these unmodified 80s/90s VWs...

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3 hours ago, JeeExEll said:

Not the sort of thing I'm usually interested in because of high price, but I really like this faded 1971 E-type coupe. Been in long term dry storage (UK car), last taxed March 1977, reg number VEE 12J. 

Looks to be solid as a rock. Recommission mechanically and drive it just as it is.

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VQf8bzY.jpgTake off the bonnet leaper and maybe change the wires to chrome steels.

"George Best had one of those m8, and Keef Richards had a roadster convertible V12 in France. Princess Anne didn't have any, not even one".

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/JAGUAR-REGISTRATION-NUMBER-IS-VEE12J-HOW-SPECIAL-IS-THAT/273856762395?hash=item3fc322921b:g:RqcAAOSwq8tc49B7&redirect=mobile

I've never driven one, and probably wont, but I do think these are lovely to look at, I'd love to see this just lightly restored. 

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On 21 May 2019 at 1:06 PM, ProgRocker said:

Back in 1997 I was tempted by a D reg VW Jetta 1.3 on a used car forecourt for £1795. 0-60 in 17 seconds. A second slower than the Golf 1.3 C....

I passed my driving test in the family 1981 Jetta C. All 1272cc/55hp of it. Even that was a bit quicker (15 secs to 60) than its descendants.

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Have we had this incredibly hideous pile of mind bending drug overload yet?

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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vw-t25-campervan-custom-paint/153494815092?hash=item23bd010174:g:6DQAAOSwJfFc4S0s

 

(Try not to look at the interior)

 

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On 21 May 2019 at 12:59 PM, JeeExEll said:

Not the sort of thing I'm usually interested in because of high price, but I really like this faded 1971 E-type coupe. Been in long term dry storage (UK car), last taxed March 1977, reg number VEE 12J. 

Looks to be solid as a rock. Recommission mechanically and drive it just as it is.....

...and then attend all the Jag E-type events and meetings with it. Could make some people really unhappy.

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Good evening, as Autoshite's self-appointed TOP EXECUTIVE I'm posting some recommended picks for other budding EXECUTIVES.

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We're off to a great start with this EXECUTIVE CABRIOLET so everyone can appreciate your handsome winner's face.  It's not very cheap but the bonnet has a teflon-treated edge for cutting through the air as easily and effectively as you cut through bullshit in meetings ("I need some paperclips TODAY GODDAMMIT, get someone on a plane if necessary!")

 

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Nothing says success like a SD1.  I had one of these years ago so this time you'll be copying me, which is permissible because I've put "BE MORE LIKE FAT_PIRATE" down as one of your Objectives this year.  £1100 classified price though it's a manual.

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