DOWNUNDER PHOTO of THE DAY

Vampyrebat

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That is a GS I would suggest as front bumper has a vent at the side.
I see what you are saying Dean, but like myself, they could have purchased a GS splitter and popped it on (apparently it takes a bit more than popping)!! I need to get mine down to the spray shop!!
 

The Captain

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GS with 18in for comfort, the 19 crack in Australia. I cracked a GS 19 on the way to that event and the tyre went flat two weeks after I arrived home 1400km round trip
 

The Captain

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74324purchased a set of coupe 18",for $1500 au from Smithtown wreckers as you suggested Bruce in rough condition. just getting painted in friends shed ,very cold.Can I have your opinion on the colour Bruce. more photos later
 

BL330

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Hi Shane,

Agree that is lovely and more suitable for country ( non freeway ) roads. Good colour to hide brake dust too.
From your photos it looks like I'll have serious competition if you show up to the club concours and picnic day in the Hunter Valley this year.
 

The Captain

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74589Farthers Day Hill climb at Mt Porcupine Gunnedah canceled due to covid. . Car ready with 18" wheels and Nankang AR1 in search of more grip on that rough surface. Running in Type 1 standared car road regested (18" are in the car hand book)