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    hi all
    was there on sunday between dad and myself took 400 photo's haven't got all of them on the comp yet
    vetec it's the automotive equivilent of schizaphrenia
    single handly keeping stanley headlight's in business
    founding member of the over 2lt asault team

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    pic1: pooowwwaaa!
    pic2: man i'm still here

    also, a lotus elan S2?? a tvr, and a karmann ghia
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    edit: dunno what the yellow car in pic 2 is, looks like an e type that ran into a wall. interesting.
    Rochdale Owners' Club: Olympic

    Its owned by Neil editor and founder of race magazine ,great mag for motorsport enthusiasts, no neons, bling or screamer pipes

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    Sharperto Racing IP Corollas
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    Quote Originally Posted by ballast View Post
    hi all
    was there on sunday between dad and myself took 400 photo's haven't got all of them on the comp yet
    throw 'em up in this thread if you want mate
    i'll definately go again next year.
    Andreas Preuninger, Manager of Porsche High Performance Cars: "Grandmas can use paddles. They aren't challenging."

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    having some probs uploading the photo's
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    vetec it's the automotive equivilent of schizaphrenia
    single handly keeping stanley headlight's in business
    founding member of the over 2lt asault team

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    theres that weird porsche again.

    I swear I know a midget that drives a car JUST like that one! I've even washed it..
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    cheers for the shot ballast

    a volvo 144, a prince GTR, lotus europa, another fiat X1/9 (but not a prototipe this time), a nice '59 vette, the very fast pinepac mustang.

    edit: lol whiteballz
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    a few pics from the paddock...the XJS is very nice.
    also the exhaust manifolds in pic 3 seem wierd, how they protrude forward.
    the black ferrari was also very nice (not sure on name)
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    some more i hope as for that porker steal some wheels if you can't aford some
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    vetec it's the automotive equivilent of schizaphrenia
    single handly keeping stanley headlight's in business
    founding member of the over 2lt asault team

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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    the black ferrari was also very nice (not sure on name)
    365 gtc/4.
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    thanks ferrer
    it didn't run a great time, but sounded very nice..
    my last pics! hope you enjoyed.
    i'll put up what bike pics i can salvage tomorrow if anyone wants them.

    edit: that mini's engine and carb setup. i need it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by charged View Post
    Rochdale Owners' Club: Olympic

    Its owned by Neil editor and founder of race magazine ,great mag for motorsport enthusiasts, no neons, bling or screamer pipes

    Race Magazine - Home
    thanks charged, just saw it in the programme. there were two of them
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    Is a car on picture after Bolwell a Monza (dark red #159 coupe)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    thanks charged, just saw it in the programme. there were two of them
    I think it was only only one Neil co entered the car with Bill Sherwood Bill Sherwood's Index Page. Bill was helping Neil set up the car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    also the exhaust manifolds in pic 3 seem wierd, how they protrude forward.
    See that quite often in kit cars with a V8 squeezed in and pushed as far back as possible.
    No room to run proper branch manifolds between the engine and body and no room underneath due to low ride height.
    So get all the branching for flow sorted out and then just lead two "simple pipes" to the rear.

    re the 911 alloys. If I'm looking at the correct ones, they are the right ones for the 911 model 964RS or RSR or summat. Friend competes one in local calssic races. Thems the alloys Porsche (ruf?) put on them. Will check next time at track.
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