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About WOKA

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    Ferry's Protegé
  • Birthday 20/03/1971

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    Brisbane Southside
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    996.1 Man / Needs another

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  1. "“Due to an ongoing & unresolved dispute with the ATO, It is with great sadness and disappointment that today we announce Gosford Classic Car Museum has closed and all cars will be auctioned on the 6th and 7th April,” an announcement on the museum’s Facebook page reads." Maybe...
  2. All good, money out, house bought, other property sold and money returned. Sometimes you have to have a little faith with humanity.
  3. Looks more like an RX-2.. Or even an R100. The rear side window looks too big for an RX-3. Nicely spotted though.!
  4. Its not my account.. Anyway, back on track.
  5. Thread hijack.! Start your own thread perhaps, and if selling it via PFA, a small contribution to correctly access the 'For Sale' thread is a small price to pay for such an enthusiastic audience.! Lovely looking car BTW - very nice indeed.
  6. Its a beautiful thing.. Said it before so I'll say it again.! What was the list price if you don't mind me asking..?
  7. WOKA

    Gundo Hack 3.6 Yes/No Recommendations?

    Any recommended shops in Brisbane that will do this 'hack'..?
  8. WOKA

    Brisbane unusual/track ppi

    You could ask promotive.com.au This guy love's his WC Non standard stuff...
  9. ... down the highway to check for water / oil leaks after replacing the water pump and doing an oil change. glanced at the odo just in time to to see this... And no leaks Just need to fill the windscreen washer bottle, hence the warning light.
  10. Freshly sealed 13B in my RX4 Coupe, engine in, all ok, rightio - lets get back to Sydney.. A few hundred K down the road, she goes BANG.! Opps - so who forgot to put the oil in hey..? Young, dumb and to much chuffing on the mountain madness way back in the day.!
  11. Hey Rob.. Its been suggested before, but the stamp duties involved would be considerable. If there was away to get around the stamp duty aspect, that would be great. D.
  12. Thanks all for the advice - all very much welcomed. Such is the way of forums and how they work. A bit of a 'Man's Shed' really. From your answers I'm happy that there is no legal requirement for me to declare this loan to the authorities as such, and that it can be dealt with in a seemingly easy and straight forward manner. I do like the idea of swapping bank cheques for better accountability and I'll most certainly get an agreement drawn up based on all of the advice above, including security over the asset to be purchased (effectively the asset I'm purchasing) and the asset that is being sold meanwhile.. And of course contingency covering all worst case scenarios. If the shit hits the fan, and push comes to shove I'm happy to take on this asset as its a tidy little investment with potential. And yes, @Tips, the discussion is needed, but when people start talking 'supertalk' etc, stocks and shit, my eyes glaze over. I'm just a simple bloke who likes the security of material, real world investments Unless there is a guarantee. Haha, yeah rite. Cheers.
  13. From an everyday acount... Yep. Way more. The trust issues isn't an issue - its just the questions that may be asked.. Not that in any way is this a shonky deal.
  14. Loaning a friend a big sum of money for a couple of months and getting that same amount back.? One for the finance / legal eagles.. I've offered to loan a friend a sizable sum of money to buy a sizable asset which they will repay on the sale of their existing sizable asset. Other than the trust factor and the 'she'll be rite mate', which I have faith in, is the ATO going to creep up on me from behind and say 'Oi, what's going on here then.' The friend can't afford said asset until existing asset is sold, but said asset needs to be bought pronto. Officially bridging the finance gap isn't an option, because the gap is too big for old mate to bridge.! I intend to get an agreement drawn up, but I suppose my question is, if $X leaves my account and gets deposited into their account, and a while later that same amount comes back to my account, is there going to be a problem with the powers that be..? There will be no money made in this transaction - is basically a back and forth deal - though I reserve the right to a 'carton of beer' as form of compensation for loss of interest for the interim. Cheers Guru's..!

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