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Noticed the rego - then saw the sticker. Anyone we know?

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3 minutes ago, —coach— said:

Tommy McD?

Not with NSW plates I wouldn't think.

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Eden dealership is a fair way to commute each day. There used to be an evil logging track road going into Eden, did it with the family a couple of times back in the 70’s. 

Was truly scary for a city kid

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23 minutes ago, —coach— said:

Tommy McD?

 

19 minutes ago, Clintosaurus said:

Not with NSW plates I wouldn't think.

TMac does drive a Mustang according to Gawn in that most annoying teammate segment.

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3 minutes ago, Nasher said:

 

TMac does drive a Mustang according to Gawn in that most annoying teammate segment.

And he wears #25...

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Looking for Hardtop to pair with my vert. Might go red cos my ragtop is Lightning Blue

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22 minutes ago, Nasher said:

 

TMac does drive a Mustang according to Gawn in that most annoying teammate segment.

 

17 minutes ago, Lucifer's Hero said:

And he wears #25...

The plot thickens!!!

Perhaps regos are cheaper in NSW and he’s saving a few $$$? Or plates weren’t available I’m VIC?

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1 minute ago, —coach— said:

 

The plot thickens!!!

Perhaps regos are cheaper in NSW and he’s saving a few $$$? Or plates weren’t available I’m VIC?

It is possible

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Nathan Brown still a proud Dee I see!

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2 hours ago, radar said:

Noticed the rego - then saw the sticker. Anyone we know?

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Pfft!

They sure don't make 'em like they used to.

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11 minutes ago, McQueen said:

Pfft!

They sure don't make 'em like they used to.

Yes The ‘69 Boss was an absolute beast

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Legend - and blow my GT into dust. 

But not copping dodgy RHD conversion

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2 minutes ago, radar said:

Legend - and blow my GT into dust. 

But not copping dodgy RHD conversion

The above ‘69 302 Boss, was built by the Shelby team who built the Lemans winning GT40’s. 

Not only did they look mean. The went hard

Chevrolet doesn’t come close

Holden got the A9X just right. 

The only holden i would consider owning

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Could just be the only one available was in Eden. They are not available immediately most of times if you want a specific colour/ model.

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I highly, highly doubt a player would get plates like that and draw attention to themselves. However, BBO did tell me a couple of months ago he was going to spend his kids inheritance and a mustang was top of the wish list

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1 hour ago, old dee said:

Could just be the only one available was in Eden. They are not available immediately most of times if you want a specific colour/ model.

The Grabber Blue car is superseded model; it’s used car.

Plenty available now - wide range of colours and transmissions  

Model Year 18 update/face lift released in Australia late June. 

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52 minutes ago, Moonshadow said:

I highly, highly doubt a player would get plates like that and draw attention to themselves. However, BBO did tell me a couple of months ago he was going to spend his kids inheritance and a mustang was top of the wish list

15 years ago was always Black Saab parked at Junction oval on training nights. 

Rego:  THEOX

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Can we talk about a real muscle car! 

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6 hours ago, radar said:

Noticed the rego - then saw the sticker. Anyone we know?

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Gotta a couple of poorly performing rattlers on top; Austalian fuels and oils ain' t great!

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31 minutes ago, radar said:

15 years ago was always Black Saab parked at Junction oval on training nights. 

Rego:  THEOX

Does Tom McDonald strike you as the kind of guy to put those plates on that kind of car?

The Ox is a rare bird

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