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    Death of an Immaculate 911

    well, after some terrible events in my life (see below) i have suddenly found alot more time to focus on my mk1 and my newly acquired Amarok rally support vehicle. for thos squeamish don't scroll down.

    Moron in a busted arse hyundai getz tried to cross 2 lanes of traffic without looking first. Not much you can really do when someone blessed for natural selection pulls out 5m in front of you at 60km/h











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    RIP my faithful steed, 8 years of faithful service and was immaculate
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    Damn hyundai's

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    dam! What a waste of a great example of a classic
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    That's so sad. Did you get his rego or did he make a runner?

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    Very sad

    But I don't know what to look for in the underbody shot.

    On the (very small) upside, it's removed a Getz from the road.
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    Oh man... thats very sad. I hope you are OK (physically) - accidents hurt!
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    Damn thats a sad sight mate.

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    Thats not cool. Very nice looking Porsche. Hyundai drivers drive like theyre back in Korea (sorry if people on here drive one).
    Your car can still be fixed but im sorry to say it might be rather expensive.

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    Not nice.

    The main thing is that you are alright.

    That's the second nice 911 that I know has died in the last few weeks.

    Friend of the family had a bad weekend at the Shannons Phillip Island Classic.

    This was the end result. Thankfully he suffered only minor injuries.


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    at least the owner of the red one had some fun in it
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