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Just went through my phone/photos. some have been there a while.

Yesterday, I think it's the only one here.

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At the local casino a while back.

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No paint, apparrently no rego, no brakes, but still able to go to the Bottilo

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High speed mowing??

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Eureka!!

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"S#!t Happens"

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Saw a replica GT40 in Gulf colours no 6 on Homebush Bay Drive yesterday but couldn't get a picture as we were doing 80kph and going in opposite directions. Will keep my eyes open for it again now. Was about 7.00pm. I assume it was a replica anyway. Had to mention this even without the picture as it was pretty surprising to see on the road.

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saw this one while crawling in traffic on the M5 (Sydney), seems like every one is getting one,,,but me.

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Hey vinno,,no chance on doing 80kph on the M5, unless you use the breakdown lane.

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New delivery or a failure to proceed in a forward direction?


Computers. They'll never catch on.

 

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New delivery or a failure to proceed in a forward direction?

Which ever one, but even though it was only white, the photo doesn't do it justice ...... it sparkled


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New delivery or a failure to proceed in a forward direction?

 

Or maybe Repo....?? :)


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A definite possibility. Would happily have it parked in my garage.


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saw this one while crawling in traffic on the M5 (Sydney), seems like every one is getting one,,,but me.

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Hey vinno,,no chance on doing 80kph on the M5, unless you use the breakdown lane.

 

Thats an Audi TT made to look like a fake R8 isn't it... or did we already know that?

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"Show us your toys" returned to Hamilton on Sunday after an 8 year absence. Lots of cars on display. The usual gathering of Monaros, Mustangs, Falcons, Premiers and the like. Most of them a bit of a yawn because I've seen them so often, including the blue and silver Cobra that I've posted before. However, I figured I'd post some photos of one that did catch my eye.

 

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Driving past a mate's place this evening we noticed him bathing the newest member of his family.

 

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Knew the delivery was due. But he'd managed to keep mum on just what and when he was expecting.

 

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He brought her home frm Melbourne docks only 2 days ago. 25k (supposedly) original miles on the clock.


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Though I'd take a different angle to car spotting. These where taken approx two years back, I've only just come across them again by chance going through a few old memory cards.

 

First pic is of Chris's Green XR6 at TBirds from 800 feet

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And this one just stood out. Either an insurance job or joy ride!!!!!!!!!!

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Clevo


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D'you think maybe he was too busy arguing with the GPS to actually watch where he was going?


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I was watching the Art Deco car parade and when the crowd cleared this 1927 Bentley came into view......I am finding some older cars rather appealing these days....is that because I am getting older too?


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The boat tail was not that uncommon in the era...sometimes it looked good and sometimes it looked like @#&p.

I like this one.

 

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The Bentley was a beauty....every year they seem to attract some amazing machinery.

Remember last year?

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I was amazed to see two lagondas side by side.


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Spotted this pretty kitty on the way home tonight.

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Few bubbles on the driver's side beneath the paint but other than that and the dust (which you can't see thanks to the sunshine) she looked in good nick. Red leather seats hardly looked worn.


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