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    French Car Festival 2012 photo gallery
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    The red 505 V6 turbo and the red 504 cab are simply stunning!

    Does anyone have links or know about any of the cars specifics? The 505 has adjustable Koni inserts from the look, as well as wheel adapters.

    The 504 looks like the wheel spokes are polished - make the wheels look stunning.

    Thanks very much for posting the link!

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    Ah, a "cherry" red 505, yes?

    An excellent collection of pugs there, andrepug.

    It would be great if the NSW event had such variety, but it doesn't usually.

    I quite like the 202 Ute, myself.
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    Is that "our Graham" partially concealed behind the mike?

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    Pretty shattered i missed this!

    I had the day off and all!

    Whens the next one?

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    Next FCF will be 2013.

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    I can tell you a bit about the V6 turbo 505...

    It goes past me on the track laying twin black streaks at over 150km/hr. It still has it's original auto gearbox. The bloke who owns it is well known here, I am terrible with names and can't remember his. He's a really nice bloke and drives this car as a daily driver. When made angry the car is absolutely astounding.
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    Did he get the hail damaged fixed ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by racing405 View Post
    I can tell you a bit about the V6 turbo 505...

    It goes past me on the track laying twin black streaks at over 150km/hr. It still has it's original auto gearbox. The bloke who owns it is well known here, I am terrible with names and can't remember his. He's a really nice bloke and drives this car as a daily driver. When made angry the car is absolutely astounding.

    Which car did the owner pull the PRV from? Because its very obvious is not ZN3J. I could see that he used coil packs instead of distributor, impressive modification.

    Rabin, I still cant see the turbos on the PRV.

    Ikenna.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikenna351 View Post
    Which car did the owner pull the PRV from? Because its very obvious is not ZN3J. I could see that he used coil packs instead of distributor, impressive modification.

    Rabin, I still cant see the turbos on the PRV.

    Ikenna.
    I think it's a Renault or Volvo motor, but can't remember which.
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    Ikenna - the intake plumbing for the intercooler and the blow off valve gave it away for me. I don't thing you can see the turbos themselves.

    Impressive parts: Relocating the intake to the front, coil packs (stand alone ECU most likely), and moving the thermostat housing to make room tells me he's put a tremendous amount of thought and effort into the car.

    Hearing that the car lays rubber at 150 KPH is MOST impressive!

    Rabin

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    I believe that Bill had the hail damage repaired-did not have a look at the car this time but that is what someone said.
    Must say that it was a lovely day & extremely well laid out.So congrats to the guys for their effort.
    So get ready to 'Strut Your Stuff' next year.

    Pekay

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