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    Default my new 106

    seeing as a few of you liked my old 106 xsi 1.6 16v, here's some pics of my new rallye.









    buckets and cage on the way when the subframes get here from italy. best wishes from the other side of the globe. oh and its sunny here for once! beat that lol

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    I hate seeing this, well the last photo at least, makes me wish I was back in London. Such a nice, interesting place.

    Cool car man

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    I feel for you mate... I've been following your saga on the pgac forum, but it seems it has a good ending.

    Did someone say 16 valve rallye?
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    awww maaaan i wish we had those!
    1992 mi16 1.9 litre - it's a love hate realtionship.

    whatever you do NEVER tell anyone your car is reliable. doesn't matter how much wood you touch!

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    Just wait till I'm back there
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    aint no way i'm doing an engine conversion to this wee lovely, cant belive my engine conversion was world famous how cool is that. some more shots of the rallye and my mates gti






    p.s cheers for the comments

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    Just out ouf curiosity - Do you know how much a set of steelies (wheels)which the Rallye came with costs over in the UK - the very cool white ones?

    Very cool car BTW!

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    two reasons to be jealous, London and nice Pug.

    Tell me your girlfriend owns a pub and I'll consider you to be the luckiest man in the world!!

    Those wheels set it off. Love 'em.
    Allez Le Pug



    Nous sortons demain?

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    nah my girlfriend was a pain so i sacked her off lol, she's more intrested in scummy old golfs than me anyway lol. london sucks god knows why its something to be jelous of, i live in the north of england where its proper england.

    the white rallye steelies cost 29 quid plus vat, however there are two different widths, 5.5 and 6 inch, the s1 had the thinner ones, these come in boxes from pug, s2 ones come in bags and often get scratched to hell on the delivery wagon, some lads have had 3 or 4 sets sent thru all damaged and the dealers have had to have em re powder coated for them.

    heres a more artistic shot

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    Thanks for the info on the wheels! BTW what size do they come in - is it just 15 or 14 inch? Wouldnt mind gettin a set when I get the car!

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    Quote Originally Posted by infamousaidy
    heres a more artistic shot
    Henry Moore? Very nice

    Oh, and the Pug is nice too...
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    i belie henry was born a few miles from here, thats at the sculpture park near me.

    rallye steels come in 14 inch only, however if you want 15's chitgroan saxo vts's often came with 15 inch steel spares as the alloys always got stolen from under the car. ok their black but powder coating doesnt cost much.

    i just got my drivers bucket in the rallye and 3 inch harness and hopfully i'm selling the old one at the weekend so should be able to afford the passenger one to match.

    anyone wanting to place bets on how loing the back seats will stay in for then is free to

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