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    I've gut my lottery ticket...


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    Re: I've gut my lottery ticket...

    Mmmm...... what a sweetie shop :-)

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    Re: I've gut my lottery ticket...

    Guy,

    Regarding the first one:
    Do you know which car this is?, who owned it, and what colour it used to be?
    It's a quiz, there's no prize!

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    Re: I've gut my lottery ticket...

    Short answer - no! Probably should... I like the Beta, must check the lottery ticket!

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    Re: I've gut my lottery ticket...

    aw crap.

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    Re: I've gut my lottery ticket...

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mayers View Post
    aw crap.
    There's next week?

    It used to be a UK registered car, and belonged to Alex Moore (AUC 976T). There was an article on the car in Motor Sport magazine April 1985, which is the last article included in the Brooklands book. The car was lime green with red wheels.
    The dash instruments are arranged in a non standard way.

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    Re: I've gut my lottery ticket...

    And it had the 24V engine (which is still there) on Kugelfischer injection (gone).

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    Re: I've gut my lottery ticket...

    Quote Originally Posted by ProtoTipo View Post
    There's next week?

    It used to be a UK registered car, and belonged to Alex Moore (AUC 976T). There was an article on the car in Motor Sport magazine April 1985, which is the last article included in the Brooklands book. The car was lime green with red wheels.
    The dash instruments are arranged in a non standard way.
    Like this: -

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    Re: I've gut my lottery ticket...

    That was the car that first started my love affair with the Strato's, I first saw it for sale in a small showroom near Reading, shame to see its been converted to a non-specific Alitalia car. If I could afford to buy it I return it back to lime green with red wheels. The car is easily 150k Euros over priced though, the engine is probably worth around 80/100k Euros alone but then you're left with a very expensive Stradale with no engine.

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    Re: I've gut my lottery ticket...

    Quote Originally Posted by Monte76 View Post
    That was the car that first started my love affair with the Strato's, I first saw it for sale in a small showroom near Reading, shame to see its been converted to a non-specific Alitalia car. If I could afford to buy it I return it back to lime green with red wheels. The car is easily 150k Euros over priced though, the engine is probably worth around 80/100k Euros alone but then you're left with a very expensive Stradale with no engine.
    That's what I thought Vince. It should have stayed as it was.
    Anyhow, the car in Shakey's picture is the very one.
    I like to see single colour cars with the rear spoiler colour coded, but not the wing and louvres. Here's Dave H's Hawk with its mag wheels:
    Did the ex Alex Moore car inspire the change from red to green, with red coffin spokes?
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