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90VNS Posted - 15 Nov 2011 : 09:16:20 AM
Hi all,

John from N.Q. I still have my VN S bought near new almost 20 years ago.

I've been able to refer to the info in this forum a dozen or more times through the years, and found it most useful (so thanks to all).

In these days where you can salary sacrifice a new car, fuel, rego etc for only a little more than it costs to keep the old car running perfectly, it's becoming harder to resist putting her to bed.
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90VNS Posted - 16 Nov 2011 : 09:25:16 AM
Thanks for the welcome fellas. From what I see around this town, P platers don't settle for anything less than a new or near new car. My first car was a VJ Charger, followed by a procession of Rotary's... I didn't mature into a Commodore until well into my 20's.

Parents just have too much money these days I guess.
VNSVLE Posted - 15 Nov 2011 : 9:27:31 PM
Welcome to the club buddy!!
Good to see there are still some original owners out there :)
Cheers
Benche Posted - 15 Nov 2011 : 4:50:01 PM
well im sure the p plater will enjoy buying your car and giving it a new life on the rev limiter.

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