What classic car do you own?

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chadettinger
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Please post your classic car here and put details about them. You can also add your upgrades with the cars that you posted.

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GreaseMonkey (not verified)

What is n/a James? Does that mean you don't have a garage?

Anyway, my previous thread about what is in your garage was not intended to just be the classic cars we own, but more an idea to see the ongoing projects, neglected wrecks or other junk that accumulates, bikes, boats, old parts, general automobilia etc.

Chris Martin

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GreaseMonkey wrote:

What is n/a James? Does that mean you don't have a garage?

Anyway, my previous thread about what is in your garage was not intended to just be the classic cars we own, but more an idea to see the ongoing projects, neglected wrecks or other junk that accumulates, bikes, boats, old parts, general automobilia etc.

Chris Martin

 

Nah (and that's nah not n/a), it means there's a glitch (in techno-world, who would have thought it). It's meant to be my job title. As for garages: one of my own, one rented in my street, another within a mile, plus a two-car driveway and residents' parking. The house is rubbish, but I got my priorities right when buying!

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Green928
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Not sure an '85 Porsche is classic enough for some on here.

Certainly not easy to find someone to change a cambelt cheaply.

'85 928 S2

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Trying to spread the EU love a bit!

So to start, a1951 Dellow Mk1 (hence my name on this forum)  then a 1975 Alfa Romeo (105) 1600GT Junior, then onto more modern stuff, Fiat Abarth 500+ SS kit. and the good old workhorse a Mondeo estate (diesel). Also my Carlton racing bike given to me for my 15th birthday I'm now approaching 60 (still in full working order (both)). Then enough junk to have an autojumble all on my own. Brace yourself kids - you'll have to clear this out one day!

Dietrich
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Now the fist comment  from the continent:

My classic cars are a MG A MkII Open Tourer 3/1962 ( for 18 years now!), MG ZB Magnette 7/1958 and since spring 2011 half an AUDI 80 from 1978 (for Le Jog this December), the cars "live" together with an old yacht, my old hangglider,  a TVR 1600, Jaguar Mk IV and Mk II, XJ 1st. Series, Alfa Duetto Spider, Giulia GT, RT 2 and Mercedes 250 S-class, Goggomobil 250, Kleinschnittger (German microcar from the 50`s), BMW R 75/5 and Harley Davidson motorcycles, the vehicles of my friends in our  garage.

Dietrich

Dietrich