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Offline allanuber


  • Joined: Aug 2007

  • Location: Sydney
  • Name: Al

Just posted in other thread. If 350's not back next week then I'm piggybacking all the parts out mate and I'll take Andecorp's advice on who to fix it properly... There's a fine line between being patient and getting taken for a ride it seems.
C'mon, do it!



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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you've got 350, 355, 360...

you need a 365 for continuity

I recommend a C4, but Boxers are also great.  :tilt:



Offline allanuber


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  • Name: Al

Would love a 365GT 2+2... how easy are they to tow?
C'mon, do it!



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Would love a 365GT 2+2... how easy are they to tow?

I'm sure there is a tow truck somewhere with a "370" BHP engine..

you need one of those too.....

for continuity, you understand.



Offline allanuber


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Impeccable logic mate, and to thing I was looking for good reasons to add more tin to the shed.
C'mon, do it!



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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only trouble with this train of though is getting past 375....

I can't think of any affordable/available 375's?  :scared:

380 is cheap and easy though!

and reliable!!!!!... Mitsubishi !



Offline Richie

  • I need Lambo drugs...

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Just been looking at the pics again...  I think I want to do my entire bathroom and kitchen in carbon fibre.   :D

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Is there a RHD and LHD part if I want to order it or they are all the same (looks the same to me)...

Thanx

richie



Offline flamestone

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Is there a RHD and LHD part if I want to order it or they are all the same (looks the same to me)...

Thanx

richie

Should be different assuming the switches/tray and handbrake lever are swapped for RHD/LHD.



Offline allanuber


  • Joined: Aug 2007

  • Location: Sydney
  • Name: Al

Flamey's right, gotta specify RHD with the guys we bought from at least.
C'mon, do it!



Offline Richie

  • I need Lambo drugs...

  • Joined: Dec 2008

  • Drives: my wife crazy
Should be different assuming the switches/tray and handbrake lever are swapped for RHD/LHD.

I obviously haven't driven my car much yet... only twice so far (under 100km) and I thought the handbrake lever is at the same side for both RHD and LHD from my memory... that's why I raised the question... :)

Thanx heaps!

richie



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