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Offline dodger

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Just dooooo it!!!!!

This looks interesting , perhaps I could sent it down to ff for a bit of a spruce up.
For a PPI at least.
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The American soldiers use this Lamborghini LM002 as a test car for an explosion




Offline dkabab

This looks interesting , perhaps I could sent it down to ff for a bit of a spruce up.
For a PPI at least.

looks more like a 550maranello than an lm002






Offline Wattens

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looks more like a 550maranello than an lm002

yup it is definately not an LM002
You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



Offline jim501

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How hard is it to spell Iraq?

Dodger as for the Silhouette, don't bother sending it to Phil (no offense Phil) but I think you would be hard pressed to find a better looked after Lambo.

But I'm in no way getting involved in the gunna talk lol



Offline Wattens

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Can anybody see the problem with this car??? Who was the knob who complied it?

http://www.carsales.com.au/all-cars/private/details.aspx?Cr=2&R=9807414&keywords=&trecs=10&__sid=12A8B45267A6&__Ns=pCar_PriceSort_Decimal|0||pCar_RankSort_Int32|1||pCar_Make_String|0||pCar_Model_String|0&__Qpb=true&tsrc=allcarhome&__Nne=15&seot=1&__N=1216 1246 1247 1252 1282 4294965360 4294964988&silo=1011


Hint: look at the number plate, the log books and the odometer reading  :doh:
You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



Offline anotherforumuser

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Can anybody see the problem with this car??? Who was the knob who complied it?

http://www.carsales.com.au/all-cars/private/details.aspx?Cr=2&R=9807414&keywords=&trecs=10&__sid=12A8B45267A6&__Ns=pCar_PriceSort_Decimal|0||pCar_RankSort_Int32|1||pCar_Make_String|0||pCar_Model_String|0&__Qpb=true&tsrc=allcarhome&__Nne=15&seot=1&__N=1216 1246 1247 1252 1282 4294965360 4294964988&silo=1011


Hint: look at the number plate, the log books and the odometer reading  :doh:

ok the plate is in WA... the speedo has been converted to KPH but the odometer shows miles along with the log book ... I dont know the import laws on that... is it illegal?



Offline Wattens

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ok the plate is in WA... the speedo has been converted to KPH but the odometer shows miles along with the log book ... I dont know the import laws on that... is it illegal?

yeah you got it, the car has had it's speedo changed to km/hr and Degrees celcius, but the milage has not been converted (which is part of the RAWs workshop agreement with the government to do), it is not a classic car so it has to be converted to km's.
Could someone try any harder to advertise that they want to loose their raws worksop registration? lol
You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



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Hi all this is my fist post I have been lurking in the background for some time but thought I could share some information on this one. You are quite correct that RAWS workshops must convert the speedo to KMH on imported vehicles however the need to convert the odometer to read in KM also has been removed since ADR 18/03 was implemented. Converting the odometer to read in KM was a previous requirement of ADR's 18/01 & 18/02 but the current guidelines no longer require this. I suppose most educated purchasers will distinguish between a RAWS imported vehicle compared to a locally delivered car and their respective service records will match the actual reading on the instrument cluster. Hope this sheds a little light on the subject for you guys.



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