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7-10-2019 30 YEARS APART

Posted: Mon Oct 07, 2019 9:58 pm
by ZORK WA
food run today in the hills at Dirty Dave's Diner Dwellingup, Gordon Bleu's 1200 does go alright and looks stunning with only 40,000 klm's but i think the Z900 still has it.

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Re: 7-10-2019 30 YEARS APART

Posted: Fri Nov 15, 2019 6:56 pm
by Trodz
ZORK WA wrote:food run today in the hills at Dirty Dave's Diner Dwellingup, Gordon Bleu's 1200 does go alright and looks stunning with only 40,000 klm's but i think the Z900 still has it.


Gordon Bleu? Cordon Bleu?
That's not CruelCheffy by any chance is it?

Re: 7-10-2019 30 YEARS APART

Posted: Sat Nov 16, 2019 10:48 am
by ZORK WA
no no no Terry. not CC, this one just eats food, no idea how too cook it.

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Re: 7-10-2019 30 YEARS APART

Posted: Mon Nov 18, 2019 7:01 am
by Zedboy
That Brown A4 needs a decent tailight :stir:

Re: 7-10-2019 30 YEARS APART

Posted: Mon Nov 18, 2019 7:04 am
by Zedboy
ZORK WA wrote:Love this :lol:
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Re: 7-10-2019 30 YEARS APART

Posted: Tue Nov 19, 2019 12:57 am
by ZORK WA
Zedboy wrote:
ZORK WA wrote:Love this :lol:
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Taken in Hillwood Tassie last weekend.

Karn't wait too move there.!!!

Re: 7-10-2019 30 YEARS APART

Posted: Tue Nov 19, 2019 1:21 am
by ZORK WA
Zedboy wrote:That Poo'ey Brown A4 needs a decent tailight :stir:


Yes correct, good train spotting.

l actually only just put that crappy USA lense on not long ago and sent my immac big dollar genuine NOS Euro, Ozzie, UK one to a far away land to be reproduced, hope too have these avai in few months when the boat comes in from China.

Should go viral and we correct a lot restored 75 - 80 A4 - Z1R's.

The gap between tail light and ducktail has always bugged me and GarnMM but that's how they left the factory, woeful is best way to describe it.

The A4 and A1 sales brochures don't have clear pics but the A2 does, looks shocking.

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Could be worse, when your broke and spend every dollar on beer in the 70's, you don't worry about tail light gaps, the end result of sliding backwards under a tank 60's Ford Fairlane 500 outside the local pub.

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