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  1. I'd like to also offer my congratulations and thanks to everyone who helped make the day such a great success. I tried to say thanks to all involved in person on the day so those I missed thank you. Was truly a great display of cars but also a great feeling amongst all who were present. Managed to go for a blat down and up the hills and along the coast on the way home via Skene's Creek then Lorne on the way home so a terrific 460km round trip for the day. Speaking of KM's I asked a couple of guys on the day which car present has got the most KM's on it? Would love to know which car truly represents the "driven not hidden" ethos so many Porsche owners subscribe to. I'll start the bidding with my 1980 SC thats done 291,500km - I'm assuming this is probably a toddler compared to some others that were there. Any advances on 291,500km? Cheers. Anthony
  2. Thanks Hugh. I’m in the same boat with the 7-9am arrival window but was planning on joining the Philbee convoy. Should be awesome. Cheers.
  3. Philby if ok I might tack on with the Elwood crew so I’ll see you at 6:45ish. My mate Theo is hopefully bringing his newly purchased 928 also so we hope to see you bright and early on Sunday. Cheers. anthony
  4. Doesn't matter if its a P-Car or a jalopy - it always hurts to see things like this happen to one's ex. I had an old 280E Merc that I sold to a mate for $5K. He had it for 3 months before someone ran a red light and T-boned the car into write-off land. Thankfully he was ok but the car didn't survive. Hope no one got hurt fighting the fire.
  5. Picked up the muffler from Simon tonight - what a great bloke and what a great community the PFA has evolved into where unwanted things are offered up for nix. Happy to be part of such a great group. Thanks again @Simac
  6. @Bluegus73 knows a bit about this place and the guy who runs it I think. He may care to share what he knows. Or not!
  7. Will do Scott. Haven't heard back from them yet so will let you know when I do. Cheers.
  8. Thanks for that. Both AD911 and V-AD911 are not on registered cars but APD911 is currently on a white BMW wagon. It should be decreed that all number plates ending in 911 must by law be on Porsche cars! I've found SD911 which is my better halves initials for sale on website MrPlates and have sent an enquiry to the owner. Thanks. I'll keep hunting. Cheers.
  9. Hello all. After checking with VicRoads and not surprisingly having no luck I'm throwing up a Hail Mary on the very slim chance someone has the number plate "APD911" they are willing to part with. Or "AD911". Or "ASD911". Or the Euro style "VAD911". I know it's a very slim chance and these combinations have probably been used for years but perhaps someone on here with same initials to mine has got these or knows someone with them and no longer wants them. Thanks all and have a great day. Anthony
  10. Took my SC to see @JB for a spit and polish today. As usual came out the other end looking superb. They really do a great job with fantastic attention to detail. Since my daily got stolen I've been driving a 1994 Hilux and as you can imagine it was just superb driving around today in the SC in comparison. Got a full weekend of Dad's taxi duties to various sporting events which I'm totally looking forward to. Happy driving everyone.
  11. Talk to Steve at SV Auto in Ringwood. He'll sort you out! Just reprogrammed an immobiliser and installed a tracker on my SC. Knows his stuff. Anthony

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