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Kiwi Carguy

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1,201 posts

102 months

Kiwi XTR2

2,692 posts

118 months

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Wednesday 1st November 2006 quote quote all
Izza said:

Never been a real fan of Nobles . . . must be roof envy

What are the red buttons for? Is the "6 Speed Getrag Manual" an electronic sequential?

kylie

4,391 posts

143 months

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Wednesday 1st November 2006 quote quote all
They are awesome handling cars. The first one he had I went for a blat round Puke with him and he was using gear shifter not the buttons. Not sure how this one is set up. Looks like you could use both?

My choice would be the Aspen white Exige S. Never been a fan of white cars but looks the business here.
www.trademe.co.nz/Trade-Me-Motors/Cars/Lotus/auction-70451752.htm

Esprit

6,343 posts

169 months

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Wednesday 1st November 2006 quote quote all
Kiwi XTR2 said:
Izza said:

Never been a real fan of Nobles . . . must be roof envy

What are the red buttons for? Is the "6 Speed Getrag Manual" an electronic sequential?


Red buttons are the horn buttons... nothing interesting... gearbox is just a standard H-shift.

Kiwi XTR2

2,692 posts

118 months

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Thursday 2nd November 2006 quote quote all
Esprit said:
Red buttons are the horn buttons... nothing interesting... gearbox is just a standard H-shift.
rolleyes Not even a 50 shot of NOS
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kylie

4,391 posts

143 months

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Thursday 2nd November 2006 quote quote all
Replica Lotus Cortina
www.trademe.co.nz/Trade-Me-Motors/Cars/Ford/auction-74754272.htm
Interesting how high the bidding has gone for this. Nice looking car though.

GravelBen

11,300 posts

116 months

robdickinson

16,411 posts

140 months

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Thursday 2nd November 2006 quote quote all
htsd said:
Wish I a) had the cash and b) didn't have to contend with Australia's ed up import laws.

www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=73557468&key=414183


Saw that at the weekend, had a double take, a real clio v6 in NZ, barking mad and close to unique here I guess.

peterpsg

813 posts

120 months

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Thursday 2nd November 2006 quote quote all
Gotta 'love' the pointless side scoops...

My choice, as an Ulti replacement for trackdays...

www.trademe.co.nz/Trade-Me-Motors/Specialist-cars/Competition-cars/photos/a-75160316/p-29198374.htm

Thought the first thing it needs is a good lick of paint, preferably a nice metallic black...

Edited by peterpsg on Thursday 2nd November 07:42

htsd

263 posts

126 months

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Thursday 2nd November 2006 quote quote all
They're not pointless, the engine is mid mounted in the Clio V6...

peterpsg

813 posts

120 months

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Thursday 2nd November 2006 quote quote all
I stand corrected... it's almost a proper car then, now it just needs 2 more cylinders...

Kiwi XTR2

2,692 posts

118 months

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Thursday 2nd November 2006 quote quote all
mark387mw said:
I like this Westfield, www.trademe.co.nz/Trade-Me-Motors/Cars/Lotus/auction-74088064.htm

What price should it go for?


Looks like a Buy Now price of $12,000 has been added

roger A

1,262 posts

126 months

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Friday 3rd November 2006 quote quote all
Someone is going to be seriously pistoff if he/she buys this thinking he/she can register it. Looks more than a little misleading to me....
www.trademe.co.nz/Trade-Me-Motors/Specialist-cars/Competition-cars/auction-74838886.htm

v8sag

743 posts

96 months

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Saturday 4th November 2006 quote quote all
roger A said:
Someone is going to be seriously pistoff if he/she buys this thinking he/she can register it. Looks more than a little misleading to me....
www.trademe.co.nz/Trade-Me-Motors/Specialist-cars/Competition-cars/auction-74838886.htm


yes
More so when they find out it sold a while back at auction for 10k

htsd

263 posts

126 months

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Saturday 4th November 2006 quote quote all
You're joking! You know you can import them over here (Aust)... they sell for AU$50k+ as well.

Oh and peterpsg, you're a fussy so-and-so aren't you

Edited by htsd on Saturday 4th November 02:30

kylie

4,391 posts

143 months

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Monday 6th November 2006 quote quote all
www.trademe.co.nz/Business-farming-industry/Industrial/Engines-motors/auction-76318617.htm

Would you make your own Ethanol and put in your cars? How many rotten fruit/veges is needed to pump out a litre? Considering a fill up is 60-80L in most cars.

Kiwi XTR2

2,692 posts

118 months

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Monday 6th November 2006 quote quote all
Here's a sample from the Rocket Scientist:

"avaialbale at all PB/Mobil ststions"

Yep, I'd trust this genius to design a moonshine rig that wouldn't burn my house to the ground

kylie

4,391 posts

143 months

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Monday 6th November 2006 quote quote all
Yeah exactly, it would be filth producing ityuck ! And if you did produce some try it out on the neighbours old banger first. hehe

Kiwi XTR2

2,692 posts

118 months

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Monday 6th November 2006 quote quote all
kylie said:
Yeah exactly, it would be filth producing ityuck ! And if you did produce some try it out on the neighbours old banger first. hehe

Someone up at Warkworth made some out of reject capsicum from Southern Paprika (very interesting place for a Visit BTW).

Made quite a bit and seemed all OK, but . . . some kind of oil (or whatever) got through the process and upon test burning it produced a pepper-spray kind of effect. yikes

Imagine following that down the road rofl

marksteamnz

196 posts

101 months

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Tuesday 7th November 2006 quote quote all
The guy is "odd" nuts He's also selling biodiesel kits and a steam car kit. He won't answer questions but has a good rating. Go figure, I think it proves idiots don't know what they are buying. All his stuff is avaliable by a bit of time for free via google or horrors the library eek
Cheers
Mark Stacey
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