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Jonny-Jimbo

198 posts

37 months

Monday 13th May 2019
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I have to say I don't know either way on value... whatever someone is willing to pay I guess?

When I was at GH we had the car in for a bit of work, and although I didn't drive it, it really felt like it would rip your face off if you disrespected it in a corner... or in a straight line... Basically, it felt like a bit of a monster!

Jonny-Jimbo

198 posts

37 months

Monday 13th May 2019
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A few snaps I have of a G15 chassis I made some years ago. Back end modified to help engine removal, and made with various square tube parts rather than sheet materials as the originals had.

GTRene

11,814 posts

184 months

Wednesday 15th May 2019
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eps

5,266 posts

229 months

Wednesday 15th May 2019
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That G33 has been 'for sale' for a number of years! https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C907643

louisee

67 posts

131 months

Tuesday 9th June
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Remembering a journey to the de Havilland museum pre-lockdown!

louisee

67 posts

131 months

Saturday 13th June
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Ginetta G10/11 at Goodwood

auyt

80 posts

129 months

Friday 16th October
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The Ex Gerry Hunt G4 series 2/3 when it arrived in Australia circa 1988



GTRene

11,814 posts

184 months

Friday 16th October
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cool wide with all those aero things.

GTRene

11,814 posts

184 months

Friday 16th October
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some big fun ;-)






auyt

80 posts

129 months

Monday 19th October
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That looks amazing in that colour, not a colour I would have consider until now.

stu32

5 posts

15 months

Thursday 29th October
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Here are a few pic's of my G27 series 4 which I purchased in August.
Spent time correcting things and a light recommissioning due to lack of use. Then setting up the suspension and steering geometry and just generally getting the car to a place I want it to be.









eps

5,266 posts

229 months

Friday 30th October
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stu32 said:
Here are a few pic's of my G27 series 4 which I purchased in August.
Spent time correcting things and a light recommissioning due to lack of use. Then setting up the suspension and steering geometry and just generally getting the car to a place I want it to be.








Very nice! I've been hunting for a G27 again (having owned one some 15 years ago, but Series 3), for some time. Whereabouts did you find it, to purchase?

Good choice in music as well!!

stu32

5 posts

15 months

Friday 30th October
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The ad was placed on the GOC website only. I was tempted but put off calling about it, in the end I caved in and a few phone calls later a price was agreed.
I'm glad I bought it now, it's a great fun car.
The sound system was one of my additions to the car once I had made it civilised enough to hear it smile

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eps

5,266 posts

229 months

Thursday 5th November
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stu32 said:
The ad was placed on the GOC website only. I was tempted but put off calling about it, in the end I caved in and a few phone calls later a price was agreed.
I'm glad I bought it now, it's a great fun car.
The sound system was one of my additions to the car once I had made it civilised enough to hear it smile
Cool smile

They are excellent cars.

auyt

80 posts

129 months

Friday 6th November
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stu32 said:
Here are a few pic's of my G27 series 4 which I purchased in August.
Spent time correcting things and a light recommissioning due to lack of use. Then setting up the suspension and steering geometry and just generally getting the car to a place I want it to be.








Looks in great condition, what year was it made?

stu32

5 posts

15 months

Saturday 7th November
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auyt said:
Looks in great condition, what year was it made?
The kit was purchased from Ginetta in 2002 and took 3 years before it's registration.
Much of the running gear came from a 1986 Sierra Sapphire (hence the 1986 reg carried by the G27) with Ginetta supplying a period 1800cc Zetec engine, pre cat and running on twin 40DCOE's.
It had only covered just over 2000 miles when I bought it, which suprised me, until I drove it. With all four wheels pointing in different directions and Chinese tyres it was nothing short of lethal, so the need to fully set it all up before further use was priority.
It's rather tasty now smile