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About LeeM

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    Ferry's ProtegΓ©
  • Birthday 29/12/1965

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    '78 SC Ghetto backdate

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  1. I would say yes. The best sounding car on the planet
  2. I hope for Cam's sake it is sold, yet as like many other 'sales', it's not sold till the money has been handed over and out of the showroom
  3. I've no idea what you're talking about 😁
  4. It's her car and thrashes the hell out of it. Just ask @Niko, he's the expert on her πŸ˜…
  5. I'd be going for a 360mm personally. Anything less than a 350 (what I have) is a bit taxing physically in my opinion I converted (aka butchered) a standard 380mm that I fitted to a standard Momo boss kit. The rivets on a standard earlier wheel that I ground off are the same pcd (70mm) as a Momo wheel, though when using a standard Momo boss, there is usually a bolt that sits at 12oclock. Doing it this way with an old Porsche wheel, you just turn the boss to have the holes sit at 10 to 2 if you get what I mean. Long story short, the leverage of the 380mm wheel made it very easy to drive than a smaller wheel, as there is much less physical input when driving the twisties. You could also have your Nardi recovered a bit thicker, though that's probably a $250-300 excercise. I'm not aware of any short boss kits, yet I'm sure someone could make you one if you were that keen
  6. Nuthin wrong with that mate. Congrats πŸ‘ Not so much the safari suit though πŸ˜…
  7. You've come a long long way mate πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
  8. Look out... @polorot will have a Cup car by the next C & C 😁
  9. Yyyyep! Reckon I'd have to do a few laps to get used to the car...for an in depth and unbiased test drive of course
  10. πŸ˜… So I've heard. I have tried that, but didn't work very well with fibreglassπŸ˜… The hot melt hobby glue is still hard as a rock nearly 3 years in, though I've gone upmarket and switched onto Q Bond now (amazing stuff) which I'll use if anything falls off 😁 Sorry for thread drift...carry on

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