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  • 03-02-2012, 20:54
    Hi just put on a post re Night Gallery Bedford CF that I used to own so searched for other cars I owned, and found Superspeed of Ilford Cortina KEV 108J which I also owned. I had it for about a year - prior to that it was one the first ones and was the press car for Auto Car magazines to test etc.

    Don't suppose it's still around.

    Pleased I found this site - what memories.
  • 02-11-2011, 15:31
    Awesome dude really nice on all of the above, puts mine to shame, but i'm on a learning curve and for my first proper project i dont think i'm doing to bad.

    I'm going for a street sleeper as the culture over here is definately rice burner orientated. so i need to show them what a proper car is.
  • 15-03-2011, 18:36
    Russ D
    Love the stripes, they really finish the job off with the wheels.
  • 15-03-2011, 16:53
    Enjoying this thread. Lovely work there. Takes me back, I had a blue 2000 GT back in the '70s.
  • 15-03-2011, 13:29
    Very nice car, the new wheels you have put on look superb.
  • 15-03-2011, 00:41
    mk3 r the daddy
  • 15-03-2011, 00:38
    hi love the mk3 vrey nice
  • 24-10-2010, 19:23
    lovley motor mate
  • 23-10-2010, 20:52
    Quote Originally Posted by mygasser View Post
    so what are the wheels? unusual to see this style in 4 stud fitment. cheers, neil.
    Classic FM from Image Wheels is Birmingham.
  • 23-10-2010, 20:51
    Quote Originally Posted by sjb View Post
    This one...

    Very nice !!!
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