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    (Original post by JC.)
    Older? Yes.
    Better? No.
    Pull handle chrome bumper roadster OWNS a rubber bumper GT, over and out :yes:
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    (Original post by Porscha!)
    TVR Wedge - good one for £4.5K which leaves £5.5K for running costs

    Everyones a winner, oh indeedy they are

    Or a '44, up to £3K for a good one, leave £7K to run it, drive it, track it and enjoy every moment of it!
    that's all well and good, but then when that 5.5k's gone and it's still depleting stocks, it becomes less fun! :laugh:
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    (Original post by Porscha!)
    Pull handle chrome bumper roadster OWNS a rubber bumper GT, over and out :yes:
    'scuse me Miss P, but a wheel standing GTV8 pee's all over (to paraphrase james bond) a "bed pan" on pram wheels.
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    (Original post by jaw)
    that's all well and good, but then when that 5.5k's gone and it's still depleting stocks, it becomes less fun! :laugh:
    Theres always some way to scrape some money together to pay for a pride and joy I know I've had to enough times ....

    A real petrolhead doesn't let a silly little thing like money worry him/her when it comes to running the motorcar
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    (Original post by Porscha!)
    Theres always some way to scrape some money together to pay for a pride and joy I know I've had to enough times ....

    A real petrolhead doesn't let a silly little thing like money worry him/her when it comes to running the motorcar
    you're preaching to the converted, I just didnt get that impression from the op who was going for a 'fester to start with! :laugh:

    I have to find a way to pull a set of turbos out of my end this month
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    (Original post by JC.)
    'scuse me Miss P, but a wheel standing GTV8 pee's all over (to paraphrase james bond) a "bed pan" on pram wheels.
    Oh my JC, that why so many who buy these rubber bumpers convert to chrome before they even THINK about shoving a V8 under the bonnet :eek3:

    All my love,
    Porscha -x-
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    (Original post by jaw)
    you're preaching to the converted, I just didnt get that impression from the op who was going for a 'fester to start with! :laugh:

    I have to find a way to pull a set of turbos out of my end this month
    You'll do it I have faith, we always do

    People can be converted (like the OP)
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    (Original post by Porscha!)
    You'll do it I have faith, we always do

    People can be converted (like the OP)
    :laugh: "ve have vays of making you.. erm.. talk?"
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    I do drive a "Nazi" car ....

    (Anyone who doesn't get that look into the history of the Porsche)
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    (Original post by Porscha!)
    Oh my JC, that why so many who buy these rubber bumpers convert to chrome before they even THINK about shoving a V8 under the bonnet :eek3:

    All my love,
    Porscha -x-
    My dearest Porscha,

    Sadly, I cannot prevent people from *******ising perfectly good rubber bumpered cars with Chrome protrusions. However, it should be noted that anyone with even a modicum of taste knows that Chrome belongs in the engine bay and not on the ends of the car.

    I think you'll prefer to draw this little debate to a conclusion on the basis that for 1),I'm right and 2) I'm sure you don't want the rest of the world to know about the sordid little engagment you had recently with a certain french "icon".

    All my love,

    JC. -X-
 
 
 
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