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Post by grogg on Thu Sep 08, 2011 6:09 pm

Heres another nice looking rainbow for sale in UK. Couple of dings on the headstock but otherwise looks v nice.
Cant imagine who is selling it tho, an eastender, beware the feline beast if you collect in person.

Roll on Sunday....

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by Westbone on Thu Sep 08, 2011 6:14 pm

Nice guit...believe me.
Need the cash, interested, send me a PM.. post only.





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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by Barry on Thu Sep 08, 2011 6:52 pm

Gorgeous Damian! Breaks my heart you have to sell her. Crying or Very sad
Wish I could help you out.

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by Westbone on Fri Sep 09, 2011 3:55 pm

All donations gladly received.... Laughing

Got to change the cam belt and balance belt on my Alfa and all the tesioners, pulleys ect., water pump while I'm at it. These parts cost a bomb. Let alone the speicial tools needed. Could be worse if it snapped.

Hopefully the Westie Rainbow will finance it.... Rolling Eyes

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by Iceman on Sat Sep 10, 2011 7:47 am

Gees that guit is a bombshell, ain't she! :heart:

WHT, WHY, WHY............ don't you live in Eau Claire, or St. Cloud, or...... closer?!?! Sad

That Alfa hopefully is a classic, too? What a Face

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by fish on Sat Sep 10, 2011 6:31 pm



Shame to brake up the Plethora Damian. What do'u think Ice is on about scratch Rolling Eyes

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by Westbone on Sun Sep 11, 2011 12:45 pm

Have a couple of Antique Walnut one's fish....one must go

Fishing Smile fish.......... Iceman might take you up on that.. someday

All Alfa's are classics.. apart from a Sud and a, and a,,, an a What a Face

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by Iceman on Sun Sep 11, 2011 2:04 pm

fish wrote:

Shame to brake up the Plethora Damian. What do'u think Ice is on about scratch Rolling Eyes

More wishin' than fishin' Rolling Eyes Fish. Smile

You lucky blokes with all those beauties over there in the old country....... you may as well be on Mars as far as keeping those lovelies "in the family", if you take my meaning.

Just grousing aloud I suppose... Sad

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by corsair on Sun Sep 11, 2011 3:49 pm

Westbone wrote:All Alfa's are classics.. apart from a Sud ...

... because they were rusting as soon as they left the factory? Laughing I'm trying to choose a car to possibly take back to Australia and it's the Alfa Brera Spyder or a TVR Griffith 500... Cool

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by grogg on Sun Sep 11, 2011 4:07 pm

What, in your luggage John?

Damian, great game today.

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by Raider on Sun Sep 11, 2011 5:13 pm

corsair wrote:
I'm trying to choose a car to possibly take back to Australia and it's the Alfa Brera Spyder or a TVR Griffith 500... Cool

TVR

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by Westbone on Sun Sep 11, 2011 5:16 pm

Only managed to see the first half grogg....close eh..
Will catch the highlights.

Nice choice corsair, do cars still cost nearly twice as much over in Australasia still ?
Used to ship loads over there in the 80's. Jags and alike. They used to take the engines out and replace them with Holden V8's, more reliable apparently.

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by Iceman on Mon Sep 12, 2011 7:13 pm

grogg wrote:
Damian, great game today.

...and the side you are speaking of is.... :?: :?:

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by corsair on Tue Sep 13, 2011 2:38 am

Westbone wrote:Nice choice corsair, do cars still cost nearly twice as much over in Australasia still ?

It's just nuts, mate... to replace Lucy's little Pug 206 Cabriolet over there would be around A$9000, for a vehicle that cost £1000 here. Anything foreign is looked at askance; you're either a Holden man or a Ford man... Mind you, even the shipping of the car to Oz is gonna be prohibitive; not the actual shipping, per se; landing the damn thing and doing the Customs dance...

Used to ship loads over there in the 80's. Jags and alike. They used to take the engines out and replace them with Holden V8's, more reliable apparently.

Yeah, I remember! I also remember Tom Walkinshaw with his XJS's cleaning up the local derby!!

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by grogg on Sat Sep 17, 2011 5:38 pm

Iceman wrote:
grogg wrote:
Damian, great game today.

...and the side you are speaking of is.... :?: :?:

Wales v SA.

Its the Rugby World Cup going on in NZ.

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by The Chad on Mon Sep 19, 2011 9:38 am

Westbone wrote:Used to ship loads over there in the 80's. Jags and alike. They used to take the engines out and replace them with Holden V8's, more reliable apparently.

That sparked a memory... I learned about the loads of car shipments into OZ from a very reliable history source... Only Fools and Horses (the Brits will know the show)! Laughing Seriously, Boycey was trying to get Del to sell cars to OZ with him, some crazy scheme like they were always up to. Pretty funny.

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Re: Rainbow UK

Post by kirry on Mon Feb 06, 2012 2:11 pm

@Westbone
somehow I was not able to send you a PM ("limit of your pms exceed" No,although I don't sent any)
can you post me via PM your Mail.thanks

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