Yeah that’s right! They’re all crazy.
We’re not that bad when it comes to tax and nanny state. You don’t have to drive far to get out of the city and into more interesting/less populated roads.
That’s the one! Beach Hop, week long pre 1972 (mostly) American car show/cruise/drinking session/event.
Throttle cable snapped on my Triumph 2500 TC. Finding a replacement took a while and I couldn't leave it where it broke down so:
I spent a few months living on Majorca why didn't I explore roads like this!
Now this is right up my alley! Nice choice indeed. I have the Tag below and am saving for the Tudor
About $27,500 USD.
This is brilliant.
Thank you once again!
Thanks guys, hopefully it works in a post I'm working on for tomorrow!
Also think this is FP worthy.
PS - How do you get the faint grey line separating items in a list like this?
Aiming to make it at this stage, yourself?
Either of these would be mine, and very attainable in NZ. Should have one of them within the next few years. Or have changed my mind completely.
Ouch that's harsh! Yes you can own FPV's here. New Holden and Ford's are sold new here in large numbers and re well priced given they are only just made across the Tasman in Australia. Although I imagine that will all change when Australia cease makings cars in the next few years.
We do have some, probably not as strict as other countries though. You can't import vehicles between 6 and 20 years old. Hence why the R32 GTR is becoming popular as it is older than 20 years now. The vehicles also have to meet regulations around frontal impact, emissions and fuel consumption.
We also have a Special…
Thank you! Ahh Nikon D7100 and most of these were taken on my 85mm.
GoPro mounted to my head next time!