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Can we get a GT car section on the forum?

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Didnt know where to post this - any chance we can get a section on the forum for GT cars?

Thx

Dave

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I'd like a sub forum for S versions please, so I could talk to myself.

that would be the wanker section - I think you are the moderator :D

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Dear Mr. Grand Tourismo,

I did say 'talk', not 'pleasure'.

Yours,

Mr Gran Tourismo Stupendo

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LOL - I have an S4, GTS envy is to be expected

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It's a good one but.

We've now officially commenced the GT thread.

 

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Cheap postage, didn't know the Poms did an Schport Leicht version.

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"any chance we can get a section on the forum for GT cars" 

well that bright idea all went to shit pretty quick......<_< 

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Instead, maybe can we get a section on the forum for "Bright ideas that turned to Scheisse" ?

 

 

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Love Jensen's..  

We used to have a 541R when I was a lad, back home in the Welsh hills.

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This isnt the Jensen thread - Arrrggghh !!! Stop !

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This isnt the Jensen thread - Arrrggghh !!! Stop !

No this is definitely the "if we had a GT section,  in which we could discuss Jensens" thread , This thread will never die now.

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I never had a Jensen but I did have an Alfa - they shared a very cleaver design feature. They are like plastic bags given out at supermarkets, left outside they decompose and self destruct, returning to nature..... I would think that my beloved Alfa GTV is merley rust particles now - most of the Jensens I ever looked at had that same damp, decomposing smell about them....

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I have a Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 looks like a Nissan Skyline and drives much like a HQ but I must admit it sounds glorious at 7000 rpm wont stop but sounds glorious 

We could discuss the merits of owning one of these it should rate as a GT car 

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I have a Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 looks like a Nissan Skyline and drives much like a HQ but I must admit it sounds glorious at 7000 rpm wont stop but sounds glorious 

We could discuss the merits of owning one of these it should rate as a GT car 

they are cool in a 70's way - lots of Daytona DnA and just a little Rover SD1....

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4 cams and 6 carburettors of Daytona DNA I was a bit concerned by the Rover comment but it does have Lucas electrics 

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4 cams and 6 carburettors of Daytona DNA I was a bit concerned by the Rover comment but it does have Lucas electrics 

yeah. sorry I meant looks - those flip up headlights were very SD1 style....

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I never had a Jensen but I did have an Alfa - they shared a very cleaver design feature. They are like plastic bags given out at supermarkets, left outside they decompose and self destruct, returning to nature..... I would think that my beloved Alfa GTV is merley rust particles now - most of the Jensens I ever looked at had that same damp, decomposing smell about them....

Find an English car of the 60s and 70s that doesn't rust! (along with early 911s). But interestingly , Jensens have reached that point where restoration costs are exceeded by resale returns.

There aren't that many GT cars that are that manly. I'd probably take one over an Aston. If I didn't already have a manly GT car.

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Gotta love a Fezza 575.

Superb wet road handling characteristics in tandem with low running and repair costs.

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Gotta love a Fezza 575.

Superb wet road handling characteristics in tandem with low running and repair costs.

Saw an ivory Scaglietti near the Louvre in 2013 and though that would be a nice Euro cruiser. Obviously stupidly overpriced downunder.

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I sit very close by an FF (GTC4 nowadays..) most days.  Lovely big 4 seater thing it is. 

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