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by cannonball » Sat Apr 04, 2020 9:27 pm

weird how some Interceptors and SP,s look great a correct from the front and others not, a perfect case is this yellow car looks perfect exactly how one should look imho the white one does not ????
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by Grant » Sat Apr 04, 2020 9:35 pm

The bumper on the white one looks lower than Colin's one Dunc and also that all black grill on the white one makes the front look different too.. yet on the JIA the grill and headlights are all black but they sit lower anyway which always helps and with the valance on the JIA ones pulled forward looks good.. but you are right, some look so right and others not :? .. Colin's changed his steering wheel.. did you notice that Dunc? he used to have a late Mk2 Steering Wheel on there, wonder what he did with that Image
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by colin7673 » Sun Apr 05, 2020 1:12 pm

After 4 months of forced isolation in a dark but warm garage she was allowed to stretch her legs,
After a hair wash and shower she was ready for a run in the country.. just there and back blow the cobwebs out. Stop and took a couple of photos.. everything happened that should happened when having a stretch..
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by colin7673 » Fri May 01, 2020 7:38 pm

I do love these empty roads took UJD for an MOT today, but first filled up at £1.04ltr, which is still £5 Gallon, the only garage that was still doing MOTs for anybody was 8 miles away, shame, please to say UJD plassed with flying colours for another year.
On the way back there's a lovely straight road, no traffic and no cameras,, for two miles gave her a real good clean out,,
Even after 16 years of ownership it still impresses me just how fast these cars go.

When I got home the world seemed a better place, just for those last 15 minutes.

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by Martin R » Sun May 03, 2020 8:25 pm

Nice one Colin 8)
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