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Old 04-13-2003, 03:15   #1 (permalink)
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Pic on the V8Supercar website

Wonder which lucky woman managed to get this done to her engine? *edited based on further posts*



(Signed by all the drivers)

*FM/Laminge - maybe you guys should get this done too??? *
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Old 04-13-2003, 03:23   #2 (permalink)
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Hehhehe

I know whose car that is *EVIL SMILE*

Lets just say, that with the XR Club of Vic having to partake with the HSV club, this one car stole most of the limelight when the bonnet was up :)

Oh we also took the plastic cover off and got the rest of the signatures that were missing :) Great things those pit passes :)
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Mate, if that was my car, I'd be bying another cover & getting that one framed!
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Its interesting to know that the car is owned by a chick!!!!!!!!
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That's ace! Actually saw this car on Sunday but didn't see it with the bonnet up. Top work that. Has given me some motorvation to get my arse up to Winton.
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Its interesting to know that the car is owned by a chick!!!!!!!!
That explains the chick I saw carrying the cover around the pits - I though someone might have just had a well trained missus.
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That's ace! Actually saw this car on Sunday but didn't see it with the bonnet up. Top work that. Has given me some motorvation to get my arse up to Winton.
Have to make sure that we are going to Winton as well, just to show it off again :)
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And why wouldnt it have been a chicks car hmmmm? lol
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I'll be at Winton with my blueprint BA XR8 ute - hopefully to get either Lowndes or Setons signature. Is the cover easy to remove?
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The plastic cover where the Ford badge is located is easy to remove, but there isn't much room on that for signatures (I've got 4). Thankfully I didn't need to remove the intake manifold as all the drivers were around my car having their photos taken, so I just got them to sign the car at the same time.

Watch out for the poster coming out soon !


If you're guessing, yes it's my car in the photo :)
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