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Iíve sen this car in CC over the last few months. Absolutely love it!
My favourite car in a long long time
Bloody hell, have I got to start buying magazines again now! Lol. No, I didn’t know, thanks.
You have a picture in this months Classic American... page 90 (s'pose you already knew that)..
Thanks, was good to meet you too
I must have missed this thread , car looks even better in the flesh. Enjoyed having a chat with you at the NEC,
Let’s just say it keeps up with the traffic! It don’t overtake too many petrol stations though (12mpg). I have some more fiddling with jets.
Outstanding car. How does it feel with that motor? Pretty quick i guess?
Thanks chaps! I’m truly humbled!
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