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    Quote Originally Posted by |555| View Post
    This model was my first ever ride in a Porsche... the old man's friend had one and I remember the old man coming home with it.. back in 1982 or sometime around then...
    My first ride in a Porsche was in my uncle's maroon 928 (the V8 one) when the old man was giving it a flogging along the Eastern freeway circa 1983. Not quite as cool a story as yours

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    HORRID wheels but i love exiges, not a bad price either



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    those lotus wheels look fine to me



    isn't this that George guy from old old old school skylines australia
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    black wheels would be better IMO:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marv View Post
    Ok, so its in the States, but DO WANT!

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    Ohhhhhh, ahhhhhhhh. The body parts I would cut off to own that.
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    The swap is a bit of a hack job, but the ingrediants are all there for a wicked sick super rad fulli tabouli sweet car.

    Makes me want to get my E30 done

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedST24 View Post
    fap fap fap.

    I will own a 356 with whitewalls before I die (or replica)

    Rhys, you see how the Australian army are taking on some new G-wagens?

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    I didn't realise 356A Coupes were so cheap?
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    ^ I was going to post that earlier. Quite an original example.

    That XK140 Drophead they have is oh my. http://www.classicthrottleshop.com.au/car36.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smashed S15 Bloke View Post
    fap fap fap.

    I will own a 356 with whitewalls before I die (or replica)

    Rhys, you see how the Australian army are taking on some new G-wagens?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedST24 View Post
    yes, i see

    Not so rare now we can get 'em ex Army Surplus.

    5 Year Plan, busted :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smashed S15 Bloke View Post
    Not so rare now we can get 'em ex Army Surplus.

    5 Year Plan, busted :P
    ha, you can have that army surplus SHITE
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cal View Post
    I REALLY want one of these in slate grey one day - think Mcqueen in the opening scenes of Le Mans....

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    If you want the look for a lot less coin 911E's and T's are far better value. I went very close to buying a 73 911T targa at Xmas for $28K.
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    still $28k more than I've got to spend on a toy at the moment

    one day though....
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    ^precisely why it isn't in my garage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T0nyGTSt View Post
    those lotus wheels look fine to me



    isn't this that George guy from old old old school skylines australia
    did he have a mental gtr?
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    That 240Z is all sorts of win.
    10.83 @ 125

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    Fuchs wheels. Looks oh so gay without dish, looks sexy as hell with.

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    Dish on pre 73 non RS =
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    $30,000 for a Moo soiled Valiant Wagon??





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    Quote Originally Posted by Cal View Post
    If you want the look for a lot less coin 911E's and T's are far better value. I went very close to buying a 73 911T targa at Xmas for $28K.
    the white one on carpoint?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cal View Post
    $70k spent sounds a bit excessive even if only signing cheques to have it built.

    Doesn't appear to be concourse either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammm View Post
    $30,000 for a Moo soiled Valiant Wagon??





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    No.


    Why in fuck would you do that to such a nice val wagon. I'd jam in a 245 or 265 hemi with triple dellortos, or better yet an injected conversion with ITB's or repeatedly stab myself in the face before I installed moo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedST24 View Post
    the white one on carpoint?
    Nope silver one in Brisbane. Is now off the market due to owner deciding to hang onto it. I can't see any white targas on Carpoint for anything like that price. Farkin nice coupe for $93K though http://www.carpoint.com.au/all-cars/...d=11B45E66D5BB
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    sorry wasn't a targa and it's a '76

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