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Rob B
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Location: Brisbane, Australia

G'Day from Downunder

Post by Rob B » Mon Apr 30, 2007 11:27 pm

We live in Brisbane, Australia and have a collection of old stuff which I enjoy playing with.
Currently doing a ground up restoration of a 1960 Triumph TR3A and trying to bring the 1985 Benz up to scratch. Building or at least in the process of designing and then building a new house which will be our retirement place with a more user friendly workspace for cars and woodworking plus other stuff, like doing up old clocks.

cheers
Rob
Benz 280CE on LPG: Triumph Stag: Triumph TR3A: Old Clocks & other old stuff needing TLC.

Cole
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Post by Cole » Mon Apr 30, 2007 11:35 pm

oo cool
Cole Irmen

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Steptoe
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Post by Steptoe » Tue May 01, 2007 4:44 pm

Welcome from across the pond m8...
Im into classics also...69 Camaro and Jowett Bradford
V8 and 2cylinder boxer
400 hp and a little over 10hp

Rob B
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Post by Rob B » Tue May 01, 2007 7:48 pm

Hi Steptoe,
I had a Jowett Bradford Van many many years ago as a teenager, great memories.
There are not too many of those left out of the UK.
We have a few Javelins running around Brisbane, there were 4 of them at one of the recent car displays we had here.
Rob
Benz 280CE on LPG: Triumph Stag: Triumph TR3A: Old Clocks & other old stuff needing TLC.

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Steptoe
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Post by Steptoe » Tue May 01, 2007 8:55 pm

The Jowett clubs, internationally are very close.
www.jowettnz.sytes.net
mine is the grey one in the gallery, Drive daily
http://www.jowett.org/forum/
http://carclubs.shannons.com.au/jowettcc

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