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Offline robertb

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On second thoughts..............re the trim.
Get it stripped and re-dyed in a colour of your own choosing.



Offline allanuber


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You guys are killing any bargaining power I might have imagined I had.

And I'll be pleasantly surprised if the OP is not trying to flip it   :)

Though first dibs if he is!    :D
C'mon, do it!



Offline robertb

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You guys are killing any bargaining power I might have imagined I had.

And I'll be pleasantly surprised if the OP is not trying to flip it   :)

Though first dibs if he is!    :D
where all brokers in...............our own little way.
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Offline alvchua


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as promised as least the first part  allan uber
dont really like the grey interior but to find an original RHD in this spec with 5 speed manual it is worth a retrim which is on the cards for the near future.

Gorgeous gorgeous car!!  :thumbsup:
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Offline 360c

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Very fast truck in a straight line; but not so flash in the twisty bits.

I remember way back in the day when 916 Senna and I had freshly printed driving licenses (they were paper back then), we had a track day where Astons attended. We were in Toyota Celica's and were all over the old shitters in the corners and under brakes; but come the straights it was bye bye boys. I think that put me off Astons for this life and the next.



Offline mondi

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......I had freshly printed driving licenses (they were paper back then)....


I remember my Grandad showing me one of them.....     :D



Offline AshSimmonds

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Very fast truck in a straight line; but not so flash in the twisty bits.

I remember way back in the day when 916 Senna and I had freshly printed driving licenses (they were paper back then), we had a track day where Astons attended. We were in Toyota Celica's and were all over the old shitters in the corners and under brakes; but come the straights it was bye bye boys. I think that put me off Astons for this life and the next.

Yet you bought the first iteration of Maser GT... :doh:




Offline 360c

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I remember my Grandad showing me one of them.....     :D

Haha ! You're not much younger than us mate :)



Offline mondi

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Haha ! You're not much younger than us mate :)


 :sorry:


Yes, I had a paper one as well......in fact my driving test was a quick run down to the Bakery to get "the boys" their morning tea!!   :D


How times have changed.......



Offline 360c

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Yet you bought the first iteration of Maser GT... :doh:

That was kinda the opposite to an Aston when I think about it. It stopped and went around corners ok; but shit it was slow in a straight line.
Hard to believe the 4.7 ltr engine transformed that car to such a degree, it's only 500 cc bigger than the original after all.



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