Countach

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countachman

1,281 posts

161 months

Sunday 20th October 2013
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What a great garage full mate....that's the way to do it. Lovely photo.

countachman

1,281 posts

161 months

Monday 21st October 2013
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My car on Brighton sea front, very red. :-)

RedBull

1,134 posts

172 months

Monday 21st October 2013
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Here's a couple of shots of my Anniversary:



Redwing

898 posts

176 months

Monday 21st October 2013
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Our own forum...nice one!

SpeedYellow

2,533 posts

177 months

Monday 21st October 2013
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Still miss this car badly after spending two years rebuilding it, to think I was called mad when it was for sale for £55k.... lol. To think I bought it for £32k with a smoky engine and needing some paint, I didn't know where to stop in the end. It held a soft spot for me as I'd seen it in a road test during my impressionable years (last picture from the 1985 road test)





AcC8braman

55 posts

101 months

Friday 25th October 2013
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Does it matter its not real?


paulqv

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3,093 posts

145 months

Saturday 26th October 2013
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AcC8braman said:
Does it matter its not real?

As I am sure the Archbishop of Canterbury would say "It is a wide church! Sinners have to be welcome! lol

lazylobster

118 posts

76 months

Saturday 26th October 2013
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@ Nicklambo, I also used to own that black Countach (12747) :-) I too, wish I never sold her.

But now, I have in the last 3 weeks . . . . Got ahold of my new lady in my life.
I've not yet driven her. She's at the shop, having a few bits sorted out and a new MOT, so I can register her for the UK plates.



countachman

1,281 posts

161 months

Saturday 26th October 2013
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You have a new Countach in your life well fantastic mate...how exciting...

qureshia

2,707 posts

156 months

Sunday 27th October 2013
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paulqv said:
Thanks...blast from the past...I remember reading this very article when it was the current issue

paulqv

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3,093 posts

145 months

Sunday 27th October 2013
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paulqv

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Sunday 27th October 2013
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paulqv

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Sunday 27th October 2013
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paulqv

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Sunday 27th October 2013
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I was up in the Old Town in Edinburgh today taking some pics

paulqv

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Sunday 27th October 2013
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And out in the country

SrMoreno

546 posts

96 months

Monday 28th October 2013
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paulqv said:
I was up in the Old Town in Edinburgh today taking some pics
Beautiful! I passed you on Victoria Street about 8.30 with a couple of coffees in my hand and a grin on my face.

ianqv

1,278 posts

163 months

Monday 28th October 2013
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countachman said:
You can never have too many eh.
Ahhhhhh yes I remember that day well!!

Ian

ianqv

1,278 posts

163 months

Monday 28th October 2013
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SpeedYellow said:
Still miss this car badly after spending two years rebuilding it, to think I was called mad when it was for sale for £55k.... lol. To think I bought it for £32k with a smoky engine and needing some paint, I didn't know where to stop in the end. It held a soft spot for me as I'd seen it in a road test during my impressionable years (last picture from the 1985 road test)




Greetings SpeedYellow!
You've made my eve seeing pics of my (our) old Countach!!
I had so much fun with it!!

It was nice to meet you on the Wilton run a couple of years back

Ian

alan witt

241 posts

158 months

Monday 28th October 2013
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paulqv said:


I wasnt washing it!
Thats generally my reaction when I see a Lamborghini Countach smile

Biker's Nemesis

36,188 posts

158 months

Monday 28th October 2013
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qureshia said:
paulqv said:
Thanks...blast from the past...I remember reading this very article when it was the current issue
A ring a ring a Lambo I think it was called, Matt Oxley was the guy riding the FZR1000 Genesis back in 1987.