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Makes me feel old posting this lot up


In order of ownership

My first car a 1302S


1969 911T Bought this part restored and in pieces


My 16V, superb drivers car


My 16V corrado


My previous G60


Another one I restored


Brought this over to the UK from belgium. Would buy it back in an instant if I could trace the owner.


Sold the Rallye for this
still it served me well for 6 years
 

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some fantastic looking cars there dusty i love the 911 very nice car

on a side note driving wise how much of a difference it it driving a g60 corrado to the 16V???
some day when i get the money and space ide love to own a G60 corrado
 

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QUOTE (benkenobi @ Jan 17 2006, 09:30 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>on a side note driving wise how much of a difference it it driving a g60 corrado to the 16V???
some day when i get the money and space ide love to own a G60 corrado

From a standing start probably not much difference at all. But on the move the G60 has a lot more punch. I have a chip and pulley to fit when the weather improves which should make a significant differance.
 

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that is a beautiful array of cars dusty
 

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Some nice cars there Dusty, I really like the Rallye nice colour
 

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Fantastic collection of cars...
 

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QUOTE (kvw @ Feb 2 2006, 09:02 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>fair play Dusty, that's a nice history of VAG cars.


Cheers Guys,

I'll post up all the non vag cars (mostly classic Triumphs) when i get a chance to scan in my old photos.

One of the things about living in the UK was it was much easier to buy and sell cars, selling a secondhand car (especially an older one) seems much harder here.
 
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