Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

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Re: Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

Post by badlyworntoy » November 10th, 2012, 5:50 pm

Tommi

This is great...and sorry I've only just noticed it!

That Seat has led a very hard life indeed,but i suppose its testament to how good these cars actually are, I tell lots of people how good lada's can be and knowbody ever believes me,they only laugh!!

I will come to Finland one day and meet you....your a top bloke.

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Re: Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

Post by Guy Croft » November 10th, 2012, 5:55 pm

Good news for our project Nix?

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Re: Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

Post by Urbancamo » November 10th, 2012, 6:28 pm

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Re: Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

Post by 4v6 » November 10th, 2012, 9:21 pm

Its peculiar how such a dated design can have so much appeal!

I dont know if its the going sideways aspect, the stance or what it is but even though its a car I would never have thought of owning it still attracts me in ways the more modern vehicles simply dont.

I think it just has class.
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Re: Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

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Re: Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

Post by Guy Croft » November 25th, 2012, 6:23 pm

Should have bought a GC one instead of that piece of Mangoletsi junk..

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Re: Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

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Re: Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

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Re: Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

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Re: Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

Post by Guy Croft » January 13th, 2013, 1:40 pm

Come on Tommi - everyone reads your posts - tidy up your engine bay, fit an airbox and get some new hose & clips!!

No everything in the engine bay of the GC one shown costs a fortune but it is all needed..!

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Re: Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

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Re: Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

Post by badlyworntoy » January 13th, 2013, 8:38 pm

I've really got to build a rally Lada and prepare it for snow and go to Finland.Those roads look like way too much fun,it's ore inspiring even from a youtube video.....beautiful country.

Car looks graet Tommi, Glad to see you got it back on the road in quick time, you've done a great job!

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Re: Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

Post by Guy Croft » January 14th, 2013, 12:41 pm

you know me better than that Tommi!

When I say 'tidy up' - I mean for reliability, I like a clean appearance but functionality takes 1st place over cosmetics...

I would say the same if you came here with the car - as anyone who has done will testify!

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Re: Seat 124 Especial 2000 gr. F

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