Coffee in the Hills (Sydney)

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Coffee in the Hills (Sydney)

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The morning started out nice but very light rain arrived and sent a few people home. I was one of them. Most left to keep their car dry I left to keep me dry, no roof, doors or windows, bar a windscreen.

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Nice HR with an LS1 but the bonnet scoop gave it away.

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Nice XK150

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From the outside you wouldn't know this had a nice 302 under the bonnet.

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Whilst I'm not a Replica person I could drive something that looked as sexy as this D type. It's a beautifully executed replica.

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Nice looking car.

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The For Sale sign started at $85,000 and is now down to high $76,000. The market is cooling.

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I just love the look of this. The owner is having a ball with it.

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You don't find many of these un-chopped nowadays.

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A nice first car for the P Plater.

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They even let dirty cars in. This was my ride this morning.

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Almost a time capsule it was so standard. The spot and fog lights were just how it was done in the 60's.

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There were miles of cars not worth photographing such as late model Mustangs, Commodores and Falcons.
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D-type jag-wah. Beautiful 8)

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Nice, Thanks for posting Zuffen :wink: 8) 8) 8) 8)
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Thanks for sharing Rod.
I leave at the first sign of rain too, as bare metal and rain don't mix. ;)
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thanks for posting
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Some very tidy cars there. Thanks for sharing. :) :) :)
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Thanks mate, great cars...
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A good mix of cars - I don't see your car around the Nth Shore as much these days
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We moved to Dural so don't get back to the old stamping ground much anymore.

Still driving it as much as I can (when it's running) and I still enjoy it.
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Good turn out! Pity about the weather.
Thanks Rod, for spending the time posting the pictures.
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Thanks mate, great photos...
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