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Time to fit the hard top

Discussion in 'General Banter' started by Dalek, Dec 4, 2019.

  1. Dalek

    Dalek Zorg Guru (III)
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    DC1BAFDA-2C5A-4CEC-B05D-8A9A44B496D1.jpeg Found on another site. Nice!
     
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  2. andyglym

    andyglym Shiny Dust Caps Make Your Zed Go Faster.
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    Oooh, nice :wideyed: could catch on =))
     
  3. Dalek

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    All it needs is a clay bar and a bit of polish and it will be fine.
     
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  4. Ianmc

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    Nice "distressed" look. Bet folks keep well away. :)
     
  5. Geophys

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    A rat-rodded Z3, well that's a first
     
  6. Jack Ratt

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    We'll never see another like that one
     
  7. Dalek

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    Actually the idea of a ‘steampunk’ Z3 is growing on me!
     
  8. the Nefyn cat

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    Bl**dy hope not.
     
  9. gookah

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    and some say they prefer the rear of the pre-facelift,
    that hardtop doesn't suit it though....

    I prefer my facelift version. :whistle:
     
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  10. Stevo7682

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    Never mind the hardtop :whistle:
    I want to know what the things on the rear quarter panel are :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
  11. Dalek

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    And I’m sure that luggage rack is on the wrong way round.
     
  12. Shelly

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    Is it road safe , looks like it’s going to fall apart :p
     
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  13. petecossie

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    Looks like something from Mad Max movies!!
     
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  14. spurs fan in a coupe

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    Pop the VIN into RealOEM, looks factory to me
     
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  15. Jack Ratt

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    I'm thinking The Munsters
     
  16. Geophys

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    I think you'll all be surprised on how much that would make on the West Coast rat rod market. Probably a lot more than our nice pristine OEM examples.
     
  17. gookah

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    what? no M badge?