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Webpage Created 05/03/06
Webpage Updated 05/03/06
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Name damian
Location adelaide (SA)
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my 1969 vf vip 318, bought it when i was 17 years old for $4500... bought it off the original... an was basically how it left the factory...came with a bunch of wheels magazines from that years containing all the test an write ups on the 69 vip, owners manuals, sales brochure, colour charts an news papers adds... all the original owner changed since the factory was a heater hose, an added a transcooler.... have owned it for four years now in that time have added a rebuilt vf-vg 2.92:1 lsd diff, have kept the orignal engine but threw in a rebult 318, lowered it 2 inches an has had a complete front end rebuild... interior is immaculate with very little rust on the exterior, paint is a bit how u goin as it didnt completly fit under his car port... but shes mine an it still gets attention were ever it goes... have also bought a 360 that ill slowly work an turn it into a bit of a street machine as you dont see many going around...

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