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A very good read. Interesting that some aspects of it still stand out in 2020!

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A very good write up, a few technical specification errors but overall good.

I wonder where the 1994 model came from.....would love my seats to look like those.

Having  checked the gold 94 model was last MOTd in 2015 with a mere 53,000 miles recorded and only had one fail in ten years ( looks like the Y pipe problem).

A mystery what has happened to it since as looks in great condition.

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