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What you driving???

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FalconWood

1,235 posts

113 months

Sunday 12th March
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Taking my son in Turbo S. We can't wait!

Sealine South

511 posts

55 months

Monday 13th March
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This I hope......


Hammond1073

Original Poster:

52 posts

27 months

Wednesday 29th March
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Sealine South said:
This I hope......

80 days to go ....... Good Luck

Retept

35 posts

51 months

Thursday 30th March
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Now which one should I take....

kith

367 posts

161 months

Friday 31st March
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Retept said:


Now which one should I take....
Tough choice. Unless you need to lug lots of camping gear, I'd take the GT3. Both would be epic for the journey down though.

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mikeyscott

932 posts

124 months

Sunday 2nd April
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Retept said:


Now which one should I take....
Very nice, do you still have the 135i too?

That's a lovely look 911!

Sealine South

511 posts

55 months

Sunday 2nd April
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Hammond1073 said:
80 days to go ....... Good Luck
She's back! Few little jobs left but nothing too severe.




markiep1

61 posts

52 months

Sunday 2nd April
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Sealine South said:
She's back! Few little jobs left but nothing too severe.



Awesome job 👍

Tyre Smoke

9,971 posts

177 months

Monday 3rd April
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This was us a few years back on our way home.

In Houx this year again, if you see us, pop by for a cold one.

Jo3h

4 posts

9 months

Tuesday 4th April
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Will be my third trip but first time with my first Porsche. Went last year in a camper van and realised half the fun is the trip down. If you see three cars with 909 numbers on give us a honk!

phil1982uk

2 posts

10 months

Tuesday 4th April
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This for the 2nd year running traveling down Thursday morning:



Retept

35 posts

51 months

Monday 10th April
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mikeyscott said:
Very nice, do you still have the 135i too?

That's a lovely look 911!
Yep, Still have the 135i as a daily... and loving it, although I saw another car on Saturday which is stupidly insane and orange..... So it might have to go...







Edited by Retept on Monday 10th April 15:21

TrickyTrevM5

176 posts

102 months

Thursday 13th April
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i'll be wafting steadily there in my big grey Range Rover Vogue.

One day, i'll take the M5, but with passengers, the correlation between long journeys and vomiting rear passengers is too high.

Hammond1073

Original Poster:

52 posts

27 months

Saturday
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[when are you guys crossing?

Hammond1073

Original Poster:

52 posts

27 months

Saturday
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[when are you guys crossing?

probably chalk

503 posts

108 months

Saturday
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I haven't stickered up before but I'm thinking about it this year.
Post Brexit, the idea of RAF roundels on a German car from the UK driving through France feels even wierder than it did pre Brexit so I'm thinking of a race car look.

mikeyscott

932 posts

124 months

Yesterday (19:24)
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Retept said:
mikeyscott said:
Very nice, do you still have the 135i too?

That's a lovely look 911!
Yep, Still have the 135i as a daily... and loving it, although I saw another car on Saturday which is stupidly insane and orange..... So it might have to go...







Edited by Retept on Monday 10th April 15:21
Great looking car, I might be in something else as about to advertise my 135i. Find the ride mmm.

So test driving E92 M3s in the coming weeks.

gavsdavs

455 posts

42 months

Yesterday (19:39)
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The ageing red shopping toyota.
In a group with an Aston, a 997 and a noble.
I reckon i'm in with a shout on the reliability stakes smile

mickyblue

18 posts

104 months

Yesterday (19:49)
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Either one of these - depending on what the weather Gods have in store and how brave I'm feeling! 488 GTB or Discovery First Edition.

Micky

Wooden Horse

287 posts

79 months

Yesterday (22:57)
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