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Old 04-08-2012, 01:16
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my o/h had an mgf which i spent a fortune on getting it rebuilt like new.got it all finished and she wrote it off.
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i had a CE220 that was mint but now gone for a newer car E63 AMG
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Would have to be a 4+4 Morgan from the 1960s. Dont like the new models very much. It would need to be red with ivory leather interior. Closest I have got so far was a red Triumph Herald soft top which I had when I was 17!.
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did he go for the 24 hour race

We do loads of work for the lms
no just the classic car race but not competing just for fun his mate went in his jaguar xj6 mk2 that they had both restored together over the past two years, both cars had a great time with no probs at all
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The new LEXUS GS would be the obvious choice for me
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Another thread to be closed the opening post was If money no probs which supercar classic would you buy mine would be an F40.
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Another thread to be closed the opening post was If money no probs which supercar classic would you buy mine would be an F40.
i dont understand Noel.... why are you asking for the thread to be closed??
everyone IS on topic as far as I can see...

I know nowt about cars at all but they all sound like cars to me...or am i being a dumb blonde??
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Another thread to be closed the opening post was If money no probs which supercar classic would you buy mine would be an F40.
No need for it Noel, If you don't want to use the forum there is nothing or nobody forcing you too.

Don't worry Tia, theres no problem with the thread. Carry on
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Call me a snob, but i would buy a Bristol 406, 2.2 litre saloon motor car. In Jet black. Production was from 1957 - 1961/62 (not sure which). Too idle to google the details up.

Erm, why close the topic anyway?, future members may wish to have their say - yet.
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