Discussion in 'Resto Corner' started by Syncro27, Nov 22, 2015.
looks immaculate - good luck with the rego!
Awesome looking bus mate. Very nice work
Wow mate. I have not checked into this thread for a while.
Stunning, and super classy. Perfect Lowlight IMO.
Hey scotty do you have more info on the vintage car rego? I drive mine on weekends only now. thanks
I have joined the Australian National Street Machine Association for the Historic rego from a tip from another Central Coast kombi mate.
A big $25 gets you 12mths membership and immediate access to historic rego.
Really nice people that run it too.
Worth doing if you don't drive the van much - you get 60 days of fun plus any club type events
Never thought of a Kombi as a "Street Machine"!
"Slow lane machine", "Garage machine", "Front yard ornament machine", or "Workshop, space taker machine" ....... maybe,.. amongst others.
But happy it's worked out for you.
Ive seen how you drive yours Grant - wouldn't call it a "slow lane machine" .
My 69 however, I agree - its a cruiser - not a racer - I havent driven it more than round the block so Im not real sure how fast the little 1500 single port will go - but i have heard they do OK
You've never seen how my T3's run! We've never driven together, and only ever met at events, so that's a lie!
You are basing your information on hearsay & rumours from others!
7 Kangaroos (who are quick) can't be wrong!
So Skippy who doesn't obey road rules, by pulling out without indicating, changing lanes without any notice, is now having other roo witnesses telling stories?
stch...stch...stch... said Skippy. Which way Sonny to get out of the way of Kanga Banga?
I back Scott' version.
THAT will be a little harder to argue........
Yes I agree I have never actually seen you drive on the highway - just around the Berry showground and in convoys at Old Bar under very controlled conditions but I have it on very good authority that you are very hard to keep up with when let loose on the freeway
They are highway speed capable T3's, that can keep up with traffic.......not Bays!
Obviously not referring to 2lt F/I Bays.
Assuming it a dual lane carriageway, I ALWAYS politely slow down to give them a good "Kombi wave", as I overtake them....
Try me on a downhill!!
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