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Hi Gav

 

Thanks for posting, I was a huge Brock fan back in the 80's.

 

Cheers

 

PB

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Disagree. I thought it was rubbish. Not one reference to driving the mighty Volvo 850.

I had completely forgotten about that car.

Interesting how the reporting of history often overlooks things that don't exactly algn with the folklore.

The Brock Fords is another example.

 

 

http://www.brockfords.com.au

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Disagree. I thought it was rubbish. Not one reference to driving the mighty Volvo 850.

 

I think it was really a segment around the Holden's more so than other cars, so yes it wasn't the complete story but it was still interesting and I still enjoyed the bit of history.

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Disagree. I thought it was rubbish. Not one reference to driving the mighty Volvo 850.

its no 850 but still OK to look at. A Volvo wagon that's not a shoe box on wheels

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.. a shoe box on wheels

 

A shoe box on wheel... you can bring those roll bars back right now.

 

I'm hoping to have a new car this week and sadly the mighty 850 will have to go, it has been a champion workhorse.

 

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ColinFurze is awesome for crazy engineering ideas.

 

Motorised drift trike!

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Have been waiting for project binky for ages!

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I Blame Chip Foose for This.

https://www.youtube.com/user/l1ndam1ll3r/videos

 

Youtube User: l1ndam1ll3r

 

Father and Son - 260z restoration project.

 

 

After a long wait (about 11 months) there are 3 new videos in this series. Video #60 is particularly interesting as it details how 'Dad' re-dyed the plastic interior panels.

 

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Geographic restrictions :(. Hopefully someone will upload to Youtube.

 

wouldnt the employee of the all knowing all powerful internet super company know how to get around geo restrictions?

Or is that a big no no in your contract :D

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I have ways to do it for Youtube content, for History Channel I can play with some proxies etc.. But it's a massive hassle at the best of times. I'm sure someone will put it on Youtube soon enough ;).

 

*Edit just tried, but on top of Geo restriction they make you sign into a TV provider to verify you are a paid TV member. I am not so cannot get past that verification step ;(.

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