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  1. #1
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    Nice looking Dax for sale

    Interesting Cobra for sale on Ebay and at Absolute Horsepower (Chimera).

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Stunning-D...e/292206356657

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    I've seen it up close. Very nice car.
    2003 Dave Brookes Dax 350ci Chevy SB.
    2008 Crendon 462ci Ford Sideoiler FE Chassis No.43
    2012 Crendon 351ci Ford Cleveland Chassis No.24
    2014 Crendon 452ci Ford FE Chassis No.66 (in progress)

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    Robins. Good luck with the sale.


    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by corn plaster View Post
    Robins. Good luck with the sale.
    Andy
    Did I hear my name mentioned?

    Yes, my Cobra for sale. As has been the case with a few other members, I am moving onto some more modern machinery.
    If I could keep it in the garage alongside my new purchase then I would, but unfortunately it's not a practical option.

    One thing is for sure - for such an understated car it attracts a lot of attention, which suprised me when I first bought it. C'est la vie...
    Robin.

    No longer hard-topped, but still relatively soft-centred...



  6. #6
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    Just hope the Yanks nail your new car together properly 😂😂😂😂


    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by corn plaster View Post
    Just hope the Yanks nail your new car together properly ���������������� �������
    Andy
    It's all under control mate. They're gluing and screwing all joints throughout!
    Robin.

    No longer hard-topped, but still relatively soft-centred...



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