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 Post subject: Re: I know this is a Ford website but...
Posted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 9:36 pm 
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AU99 wrote:

Its hard to Imagine it was once just a Yellow Victorian Xcab no body wanted....
It shows what is possible, whats the harm in trying?, what have you got to lose?... nothing....
You just have to give it a go.....



wow! that looks awesome now, i love the colour. i have seen cars like that in Gawler, ithink it used to be a taxi.. and there is one at a place called U-Pull-It (duno if youve heard of it but its like a big car junkyard and you rip apart the cars to get stuff you need) they just look plain when they are yellow..

thing is, i pretty much have a car set up for me when i get my Ps, but i might get a project car when i get some $$$.

i should be starting a school-based apprenticeship next year, so that might give me some mulah...


also, this is my car..

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Posted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 9:45 pm 
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Waggin wrote:
Pull the entire thing to pieces before it gets taken away :)


Agreed! The only way to find out how something works is to rip it to pieces, even if it is a buick pos.

 

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 Post subject: Re: I know this is a Ford website but...
Posted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 9:47 pm 
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4LEDboy wrote:
Waggin wrote:
Pull the entire thing to pieces before it gets taken away :)


Agreed! The only way to find out how something works is to rip it to pieces, even if it is a buick pos.



Well guys i cant rip it apart now its being sold :P ! :D
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 Post subject: Re: I know this is a Ford website but...
Posted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 10:19 pm 
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thatss a nice clean EF Lauren...

I know all about U-Pullit.... Its only 15 mins from me...
I have scored some great bargains from there :)

Sometimes I just wonder down there to have a nosy, I usually come home with something...

I have since sold that AU and have moved on to a BA

Check my build thread for details.....

 

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 Post subject: Re: I know this is a Ford website but...
Posted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 10:43 pm 
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AU99 wrote:
thatss a nice clean EF Lauren...

I know all about U-Pullit.... Its only 15 mins from me...
I have scored some great bargains from there :)



it's a little clean, the front struts are a big saggy... and we have a turbo timer, but it's not connected to anything under the dash or in the engine bay part of the car... also it has a UHF/2-way radio and a new cd player instead of the old tape deck and 6cd stacker.. it's also duel fuel which is great, it runs really well on gas, too...
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 Post subject: Re: I know this is a Ford website but...
Posted: Thu Sep 16, 2010 1:05 am 
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Lauren94 wrote:
we have a turbo timer, but it's not connected to anything under the dash or in the engine bay part of the car...


What? Is it a turbo? Why the hell does it have a turbo timer in it, even if its not hooked up? Or are you just stating that you have one...

Anywho... Looks like a good base for future mods. Good luck with the apprenticeship! :D
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 Post subject: Re: I know this is a Ford website but...
Posted: Thu Sep 16, 2010 5:38 pm 
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BAXLS03 wrote:
Lauren94 wrote:
we have a turbo timer, but it's not connected to anything under the dash or in the engine bay part of the car...


What? Is it a turbo? Why the hell does it have a turbo timer in it, even if its not hooked up? Or are you just stating that you have one...

Anywho... Looks like a good base for future mods. Good luck with the apprenticeship! :D



it's not a turbo - otherwise i wouldnt be allowed to drive it, and it doesnt have a turbo.. it just has a turbo timer on the dash.
and thanks for the good luck
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Posted: Mon Sep 20, 2010 6:24 pm 
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And i sort of have a project car - because i often help my boyfriend fix up his... this is my car (flat tyre on the other side so it looks tilted) and his car..

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