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About 711jrp

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  1. 711jrp

    How do you represent Three (3) with your fingers?

    +1 for backwards ok
  2. 2.5 Manifolds ain't cheap any more too......
  3. The metro GTA was a cool little car, sold a few of those back in the day.
  4. Yep I think that was the one, I was just skim reading and had a mental catch on the name. As a trader that specialized in Japanese imports, nothing exciting Elgrands and Shoguns mainly, but we've had a few Mx5s, about 15 or so, I have never seen the attraction but I guess if we were all the same life would be pretty boring
  5. Talking of FB one of your posts poped up on my feed this morning from the Z3 group, I recognized the name immediately. This world is getting smaller by the day.
  6. I had my E60 m5 for all of a morning lol....hated everything about it, conversely have a the E61 535 twin turbo as a daily and it's a proper peach.
  7. I sure have Terry they'll have to pry it from my cold dead hand along with the Escort
  8. Very hard to find now , i got the grill to go with them, always a talking point at the BM meets.
  9. if it's worth 320 to wbac it worth a bit more in the real world for sure, remember they are going to make a profit on it. but having said that don't be afraid to haggle.
  10. You're not wrong about refurbing splits, did these myself a while ago.
  11. yes she did eat all the pies (British in joke) I did check out the fitment but cheers for that. it's been a toss up between these and the AC type 3s that I have on the M5, you definitely made the right choice with the 108s , only seen one set of 38s at Gaydon on a e46 touring and it looked jank, sometimes things are rare for a reason lol
  12. Probably just old school front toe adjusted on one side lol
  13. 711jrp

    What is this called?

    Its a vernier gauge