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Discussion in 'General Automotive Discussion' started by SupercarGuru, Feb 3, 2004.
Wait till he gets out the lavender stationary
Pity you decided to 'leave' us "Mr 3500 GT".
There were other people, besides myself:
…. who might have have been interested to learn more about this car – even if it only is a 'kit car' P4 replica.
But I think I'm beginning to smell a rat. You wrote in your initial post:
I right-clicked and saved your photos to my PC (a bad habit of mine). I then checked the image properties. They show that the photos you posted were taken on 15/01/2003 (as opposed to 'yesterday'). That ties in with the prevalent format used back then of 640x480.
Others have accused you of 'trolling'. I'm now more inclined to agree, that there is a strong possibility they may have been right.
I call Bull**** "Mr 3500 GT". Go ahead - prove me wrong.
In conclusion, it's a good thing to have a Fchat police and with all the experts in Fchat, especially in the vintage section, dubious cars (and people who post them) are exposed for what they are. ;-)
Next you'll be telling me that the piece of chassis with original stamping I received from Mr. Ferrari when I when I was 18 wasn't
Do we really want to go there, Jim ?
PS - I just reported your post for mentioning '0846' elsewhere other than in 'The (one and only) '0846' Debate Thread'. LOL !!!
What are you even doing on FCHAT? I heard you and Paris Hilton were driving around the South of France together in a Bugatti...
MMM, sounds like...
Actually, this one with the BB engine is one of the better P4 replicas...
Although this one is a Norwood P4 (and 'the original P4 replica', in effect) it has mostly fiberglass bodywork.
.... And you would not believe what Bob Norwood was quoted as saying about it's handling characteristics.
Thanks for the clarification...
Excellent suggestion. Done.
By the way, the IP address of this user traces to a city here in the US, not to Belgium.
Don't know how many people on FChat also use Flickr, but I've found that it's a very useful resource.
Earlier this Summer, I started a 'Ferrari P4 Replica' Flickr group, with a little help from a local amateur 'semi-pro' photographer.
The quality of some of the photos is 'a bit variable', as I've recently been 'harvesting' (all and any) photos of P4 replicas that I've found elsewhere on Flickr (lots of which were mistakenly captioned as the real Ferrari P4s, incidentally ), in order to build up the group pool.
It now contains 250+ images. Worth flicking through a few pages, or running a slideshow, if you've got the time.
Some nice photos in there - especially on pages 5 through 9.
This morning I serge the south west of France, after having built 2 cars (a replica of Simca Gordini and a replica ac cobra v8 rover engine) I wish I embarked for a reply I just p4 with you because I am an admirer of English kit car, the p4 and a car that I always love I am now able to build this car for the engine choice I think has a renault v6 tubo we had in France a replica of p4 of Mr. Costa, but this manufacturer no longer exists and many parts can not be found so I thought a replica of an English brand, I have made private message to P4 replica and got no response from him?? that you advise me? I think my project ferat in about 1 year just time to get organized (up coins etc. ....)
I m'escuse because I use a translator to write you
Greetings to you all
Lino 47, send me a "Personal Message" (click on my name).
I have a Noble P4 that I might sell. Looks like 0856... (no engine yet).