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Old 08-09-2002, 23:54   #1 (permalink)
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wooooohooooo i seen 1

First we looked for bigfoot
then we looked for the yowie

then success ... we found the Barra, yes its real .... the truth is out there.......




Well i seen my first Barra today whilst driving through Canly Vale at what i could see and hear it was a V8 ghia azzuro rims, burgandy in colour, auto, and also still had the camoflage on the front head lights.Then he took off through the side street as we were following him (off course), then as quickly as we found him he dissapeared in traffic. It was like we were the only ones that knew it was a Barra. I've put this down to be the best weekend.



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some of the T4/GT's are driving around in Cammo-ghia guise well according to the picture in motor. only in motor the rims are 5 spoke and the car is white. but it couldve been one that you saw.
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Old 08-10-2002, 00:38   #3 (permalink)
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I saw a Barra ute and wagon with camo on the thursday last, both white but they were travelling too quick in the opposite direction on the Geelong to Baccus Marsh rd, about 10 minutes later I spotted a police XR8 220 pulling a van over, first AUII XR cop car I've seen, cheers Bill.
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Whilst they've been in NSW and other states there has hardly been any XR8s since LS1 came out but all of a sudden there are quite a few getting around Melbourne again. Hopfully its the start of a new contract for use of BAs. Sorry for getting of the topic.

Did you like it in the flesh? Did it sound ok?
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Guy i work with saw an XR6 this morning. He was parked up near Roxborough (sp??) park. He stopped and chatted to the driver for a little bit saw the inside, he wouldn't pop the bonnet but he told him to watch him as he took off. And sideways down the road it went....
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I saw a Barra ute and wagon with camo on the thursday last, both white but they were travelling too quick in the opposite direction on the Geelong to Baccus Marsh rd, about 10 minutes later I spotted a police XR8 220 pulling a van over, first AUII XR cop car I've seen, cheers Bill.
Were the lights on the back of the wagon any different to the AU version? I think that they looked very crap and tacky.
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Ford boy, they were really hiking but I got a quick look at the wagons rear and the tail lights look the same or same shape as AU, cheers, Bill.
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Ford boy, they were really hiking but I got a quick look at the wagons rear and the tail lights look the same or same shape as AU, cheers, Bill.
DAMN, I was hoping that this would not happen!!! :dead: :oo1: :dead:
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I'm certain the tail stays the same for the wagon - sorry.
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