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What would you LIKE in your garage?
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As a continuation to the "What's in your garage" thread....
What does your garage need?
Here is one to start you off....
Dear Santa, Please may I have one of these.Confusedanta:[Image: 2ljtk0m.jpg]
And its ROAD LEGAL!
Taxed, MOT'd and everything.
Belongs to a taxi driver in Teddington, Middlesex.
Traffic light drag race anyone???:thumbsup:
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#2
Jaguar XFR 5.0 v8 supercharged 510 bhp, you can get one for around £35K on autotrader.

Still a bit pricey for me :p
Somedays you're the pigeon, Somedays you're the statue.
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#3
Before anyone asks...
Its a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air.
That has been "breathed" on.
Which is not important.
It is just BEAUTIFUL.
Never liked old American muscle until recently.
Grows on you.
Like Marmite...
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#4
lotus elise motorsport
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Loverly! :drool:
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Andre, why were you up at 4am?
Dreaming of an '89 M3 again?
Martin.
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Thats a good question Martin. BF giving me insomnia!
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Try a bit more Gin with your Tonic.:thumbsup:
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Hi,

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Rochdale Olympic Phase 2
Built one in 1965 - ran it for 14 years - 145,000 miles
Super long distance transport - 0 to 100mph 15secs
I suppose todays equivalent would be a Lotus Elise or a Porsche 911,
BSA Bantam D1 (Post Office red)
Whilst at secondary school in the fifties my mates and I were quite envious of the telegram boys of the day riding about the countryside all day on powered two wheels.
Not many of these Bantams around now as they were seemingly bought up at rock bottom prices by members of the Bantam Racing club. Good cheap but very very competitive sport.
Ducati Hailwood Replica
A beast of a machine - raw power and raw handling. Only ever rode one once but it was the most adrenalin filled ride of my life.
Sadly all of this is just a pipe dream as I am now so old and decrepit that I would not be able to get in or get on any of my pipe dreams - dream on!
Best wishes,
Jim

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#10
Ever since I was a small boy I've loved the shape of the Lamborghini Muira
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Don't know why I didn't buy one of these when I had the chance
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Theres lots of others but these are two that come to mind.


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Cheers Neil.

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