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    #31
    Oh and Iíve entered it in the 800mtr sprint at Gunnadah and will see if I can do the hill climb on the Sunday. Should be fun seeing Iíve not even driven it yet.
    Originally posted by S
    I just want to apologise for some of my shit talking back around page 5.

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      #32
      There are 5 sets of wheels in this photo along with 2 spare front splitters, a rear wing and 11ty other parts. Like a whole 911 cabin and rear seat of an Amarok full. It took us 3hrs to load.
      Iím pretty sure Iíll sell the 2 spare sets of Simmons.
      Originally posted by S
      I just want to apologise for some of my shit talking back around page 5.

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        #33
        I presume this thing is off the trailer by now, so... updates?
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        Originally posted by Marv
        Look, just because you drive a couple of imported luxo Pommy cars doesn't mean you need to act like an Imperialistic Lapdog and be the last bastion of defence for Straya The Beaut's mid-20th-Century ideals
        Originally posted by nutttr
        People must assume you are some sort of drug dealer with all these nice cars turning up to a fibro home

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          #34
          Iíve done a lap of the block. Pulls harder than the Silver 930 but I think some of that is the fact its quite a bit lighter than the silver car was. Turned the 295 semiís in 2nd coming on boost no drama at all. Suspension is 100% track tho and has zero give on the street. Will have to get down to wakefield soon so I can get a feel for the car.
          Going to head up to a mates and to have a look at his EX V8 supercar in the next few days to see how his air jack system is set up.

          Wheels on the left will be sold off after a resto. The BBS E50ís and LMís will stay.

          Originally posted by S
          I just want to apologise for some of my shit talking back around page 5.

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            #35
            I'm here for the gangba.......too late, I'm spent. Ripper buy!
            Nathan

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              #36
              Is it worth keeping any of those wheels that the car raced with in period? Might be worth something to a Porsche club purist if it stays with the car.
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                #37
                Yeah maybe. Turns out I know a guy who knows a guy who used to own it. Going to try and pick his brains about it if I can.

                Iím also going to look at buying a sand blasting cabinet so i can clean up parts on this car and the wifeís Charger. Iím keen on getting started on the E50ís. Some wheel fans would be super cool too.
                Originally posted by S
                I just want to apologise for some of my shit talking back around page 5.

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                  #38
                  all the turbo fans please.

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                    #39
                    Originally posted by Mike Lowrrryyy View Post
                    Yeah maybe. Turns out I know a guy who knows a guy who used to own it. Going to try and pick his brains about it if I can.

                    Iím also going to look at buying a sand blasting cabinet so i can clean up parts on this car and the wifeís Charger. Iím keen on getting started on the E50ís. Some wheel fans would be super cool too.
                    Do it. I may or may not be getting some made at the moment by D-Ing in Belgium.
                    Rust is lighter than carbon fibre.

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                      #40
                      Awesome Mate- lettuce know when you're thinking of heading to wakey and I'm sure at least Jim and I will make an effort to be there!

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                        #41
                        Originally posted by Guido View Post
                        Do it. I may or may not be getting some made at the moment by D-Ing in Belgium.
                        Please provide more informations. Iím looking for places to get them from.
                        Originally posted by S
                        I just want to apologise for some of my shit talking back around page 5.

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                          #42
                          I vaguely recall gamma saying something about not sandblasting alloy wheels, cannot remember the reason why. Maybe ask him lest you destroy some awesome wheels accidentally.

                          Love the car, you're living the dream mate...now wheres the thread for the Sierra?!
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                            #43
                            Wasn't me!
                            Blasting the centres would be ok (go very light uap around the sealing surfaces though), be a ballache to bring the rims up to polish if you blasted them...
                            I've certainly said don't soda blast and expect the paint to stick without lots of washing, sanding and etching.
                            For wheels I reckon I'd send them to someone like UUheels on here for hydro-blasting - gives an awesome surface finish.
                            "Where can we get hold of a Vincent Black Shadow?" "Whats that?" "A fantastic bike," I said. "The new model is something like two thousand cubic inches, developing two hundred brake-horsepower at four thousand revolutions per minute on a magnesium frame with two styrofoam seats and a total curb weight of exactly two hundred pounds."

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                              #44
                              Might have been the comments about soda blasting then! Dont know, my memory is like a sieve these last few months :rotflol:
                              1978 Gemini Sedan - Powered by i change my mind every week
                              1980 Gemini Sedan
                              1992 Land Rover Discovery 200TDI

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                                #45
                                I'd assume you would want to use one of those wallnut shell type blasting media.
                                This is a post i wrote by mistake, which is nice...

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