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Old 26th August 2020, 05:47 PM
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With thanks to Vince, John & the MBCNSW for the video so please enjoy!

https://youtu.be/ZP75RRzqC8o
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Old 26th August 2020, 07:48 PM
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Part 2 of the video featuring the engine bay enjoy!
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The owner of that C220 must never drive that car it does look clean and a 2021 Concourse entrant and potential trophy winner tooting my own horn?!😀
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Well, since Tim opened the subject, here's a clip on the Red Terror

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Old 3rd September 2020, 08:42 PM
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Mighty fine looking car you have there Michel!
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Great video Michel.
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Mighty fine looking car you have there Michel!
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Thank you gents.
I was merely an actor there.
The videographer was ex MBCCNSW President Vince Thompson.
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Vince visited me a while back too.
Here is the video of my 250SE. Looks like the other ones only made facebook, not youtube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEdU_LBsoFQ



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Maybe not what is in your garage but my new home garage is almost complete.

It went from two irregular sized garages where you could put 1.8 cars in them (rear of the 2nd car stuck out the door) to a garage where I can now but three cars in, with two direct access.

The driveway is also easier to navigate, it was the case of either nearly scrape the left hand side or drive over a cliff on the right. Now its 1.5 meters wider.

Few other things to complete, like painting the door, driveway etc.






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Hmmm. Nice garage but really the CitroŽn should have pride of place, should it not?
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Very nice Bryce
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ha ha well it was one of the first cars that I brought up to try it out.
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Maybe not what is in your garage but my new home garage is almost complete.

It went from two irregular sized garages where you could put 1.8 cars in them (rear of the 2nd car stuck out the door) to a garage where I can now but three cars in, with two direct access.

The driveway is also easier to navigate, it was the case of either nearly scrape the left hand side or drive over a cliff on the right. Now its 1.5 meters wider.

Few other things to complete, like painting the door, driveway etc.
That looks great.
Do you still have the hoist inside?
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That looks great.
Do you still have the hoist inside?
I still have it, but its not at home.
I have a small industrial unit where the hoist and most of the cars are stored. Pretty similar to yours.

By creating the 3rd space at home it allows me to always have one of the other cars at home and to be able to use them more.
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I still have it, but its not at home.
I have a small industrial unit where the hoist and most of the cars are stored. Pretty similar to yours.

By creating the 3rd space at home it allows me to always have one of the other cars at home and to be able to use them more.
Now that makes sense
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