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Old 02-08-2018, 10:18 AM   #391
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Old 17-04-2019, 10:52 AM   #392
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Hi all,
just acquired myself an AUII Fairland V8 and thought it would be a good idea to get to know some other owners! (also, this is my first ever Ford, so I have a bit of learning to do)
I acquired the big girl from the father-in-law as he can no longer drive it himself. I'm the second owner from new, and aside from some unfortunate car park battle scars, it has been immaculately cared for and only just rolled over 200k as I drove it up from Melbourne.

I've seen some pretty amazing examples from lurking the forum already, good inspiration as I've never been satisfied with 'stock' with any of my previous vehicles.

.....Also need to work out this picture business. Doesn't want to work from the tablet..

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Old 21-04-2019, 10:02 AM   #393
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Happy Easter everyone,
I purchased a 99 AU XR8 around 6 months ago and have been sorting through a few issues with it as time goes by (mostly replacing old worn out with new).
Love the car, hate the running issues.
Thought I would join you all as I've been given plenty of helpful advice so far from this forum and enjoy reading about other issues that AU owners have experienced, helps to build up my knowledge on the ins and outs of my awesome purchase.
Having issues with the fuel system now, I but I've read a bit about it on this forum so now I know what to look for.
Anyway just wanted to say hi and hope you all enjoy your Easter weekend.
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Old 21-04-2019, 11:05 AM   #394
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Hi all,
just acquired myself an AUII Fairland V8 and thought it would be a good idea to get to know some other owners! (also, this is my first ever Ford, so I have a bit of learning to do)
I acquired the big girl from the father-in-law as he can no longer drive it himself. I'm the second owner from new, and aside from some unfortunate car park battle scars, it has been immaculately cared for and only just rolled over 200k as I drove it up from Melbourne.

I've seen some pretty amazing examples from lurking the forum already, good inspiration as I've never been satisfied with 'stock' with any of my previous vehicles.

.....Also need to work out this picture business. Doesn't want to work from the tablet..

Rae.
Welcome Rae its good to have another LWB fan here. Consider uploading your pics to a free hosting site like Imgur and then linking it into your post here. Looking forward to see some pics of your 'Lane
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Old 26-04-2019, 11:21 AM   #395
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Hello from Boddington WA, I have a 98 Futura Wagon which I've had from day dot! Unfortunately we had an altercation with a Kangaroo and of course the Insurance Company wrote her off. Not wanting to "let go" I brought her home and am endeavouring to repair her myself (that's myself and friends who know what their doing! haha) From what I've seen so far, the Forum is a wealth of knowledge and I look forward to learning as much as I can.
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