Was out cruising in my recently rebuilt XY ute today, seems that some lucky sod in town has got his hands on Bolwell Nagari Mk VIII. ( a classic aussie sports car ) I was sitting behind him at the lights and some knob in a Wrx was along side the Bolwell obviously wanting to show his girlfriend how good he and his car were. Unluckily for him the guy in the Bolwell was willing to oblige, now I dont know if the Bolwell was running a 302 or 351 but i dont recall seeing a ricer being so badly decimated in a fair while, it was absolute poetry, there was this ricer wondering what the hell had just happened and where that sissy little sports car went. I still cant stop grinning
ah yes the Bollies. theres a black hard top kicking around here. comes out only on sunny days and boy does it grumble!! man i would have pissed myself laughing if i had have seen that.
another uneducated fool bites the dust!!
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check out the tyres on that thing! semi racing very well worn fornt and rear, they are fibreglass bodies from memory i've never seen one other than photos. would have made my day just seeing one, would be hard to beat seeing a wrx getting wooped
Sorry guys but thats not the actual car, I scanned that of a Promotional brochure I found at work, we get some materials from Bolwell Inc and of course we get calenders and stuff, I put it up incase some ppl hadent heard of the car, iv'e talked about them before and just got a blank look in return.
The really funny thing is if wrx guy had turned his Doof Doof down he would have heard the Bollie and probably realised not to mess with it.. He probably thought it was an MG
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