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Migliore

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This car would appear to have a number parts in common with my 2005 Cambio Corsa, seats, wing mirrors and interior door handle.
Im sure theres lots more out of sight and to the cognoscenti around these parts.
Just checking my emails during a quiet few minutes at work and I thought that looks nice! (for sale in Melbourne.)
 

Felonious Crud

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For you guys looking from the UK, what do you think of those prices!
I think if I lived in Aus I'd have a bus ticket! Other places are worse, but that's, what, around 30% premium over UK prices? On the plus side, I suppose rust is generally less of an issue there, and you get more days of the year to use your cars, so man-maths could probably argue that Aus car prices represent comparable value to the UK.
 

Migliore

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Conditions are good for preserving cars here in Perth, theres a lot of very nice older cars driving around too.. and theyre all silly expensive prices too!
My son`s daily driver is a 1973 VW fastback, even the early "J@p Cr&p" still getting around in original condition looks kinda cool.
 

CatmanV2

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This car would appear to have a number parts in common with my 2005 Cambio Corsa, seats, wing mirrors and interior door handle.
Im sure theres lots more out of sight and to the cognoscenti around these parts.
Just checking my emails during a quiet few minutes at work and I thought that looks nice! (for sale in Melbourne.)
Looking at the 456?
The seats and mirrors don't look like I recall my old 4200. Don't remember the door handle like that either. Steering wheel looks like a match :)

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The Captain

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On our way to Auto Italia in Canberra for an eye fest. 1400km round trip stoped at Australia version of the Grand Canyon called Capertee Valley , 9hours one way
 

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Swells65

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On our way to Auto Italia in Canberra for an eye fest. 1400km round trip stoped at Australia version of the Grand Canyon called Capertee Valley , 9hours one way
The Capertee Valley is the longest enclosed valley in the southern hemisphere - used to be quite a rough unsealed road down there. Haven't been in for years though!
 

Swells65

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Up towards Ilford and Rylstone - basically go up the Lithgow to Mudgee road and turn right!