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      • #33
        Originally posted by lachlan View Post

        Glad you liked my photos Lachlan. I'm currently using a Canon 50D, but I will probably be upgrading to the recently released Canon 7D sometime shortly as it seems to be a really good motorsport camera with excellent autofocus and a good frame-per-second rate.

        Your Donington Park photos are really interesting, as several of those cars have just been on display here in Wellington. In the photo above, the #1 McLaren and the #12 Lotus 16 were here, as were the #5 Brabham, one of the Williams FW14B's and one of the McLaren MP4's.

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        • #34
          http://s694.photobucket.com/albums/v...7112009001.flv

          Hopefully this works ok first time on the bucket. Did a tour of the Bowdens Collection(not museum) today and we got treated to the sweet sound of the beechey monaro at the end of the day. Took the wrong card for my camera so i had to video it with my mobile its a little unsteady as i was helping the guy next to me get his mobile to work at the same time i tell ya these guys that cant work their electronic gadgets at the most inconvenient times Also got to hear the GT40 get booted and has some footage of that to might post it later

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          • #35
            How'd you break into there ratster?

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            • #36
              Has friends in high places kashman did a tour with our local shop approx 5 hours toured the collection took many pics and got a bbq lunch to boot great day had by all and a Huge thankyou to Dan Bowden, Hannah and the bowden crew for a great day

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              • #37
                http://s694.photobucket.com/albums/v...t=07112009.flv

                And the GT40 damn sweet sounding machine also

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by chavez View Post
                  The Museum at Como Gardens, The Basin, in Victoria has an drivable 1896 Benz Velo amongst other rarities.

                  Only open twice a year though.

                  http://www.comogardens.com.au/vintage_cars.html
                  The VFT has it's xmas party there every year as George Hetrel is the club patron. He has some great cars, but i think most of the flaggies prefer to ride his train.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by KiwiRallyFan View Post





                    1955 Mercedes Benz 300 SLR 'Uhlenhaut Coupe'...



                    That is automotive porn right there. Stunning.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by ratster70 View Post
                      Has friends in high places kashman did a tour with our local shop approx 5 hours toured the collection took many pics and got a bbq lunch to boot great day had by all and a Huge thankyou to Dan Bowden, Hannah and the bowden crew for a great day
                      Mmmm Hannah

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by supa-roo View Post
                        Mmmm Hannah
                        Now beehive ssssccccchhhhwwwwwiiinnnggggggg

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by ratster70 View Post
                          Now beehive ssssccccchhhhwwwwwiiinnnggggggg
                          I'll have to get a copy of your pics
                          Apparently there was cars at Bowdens

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by ratster70 View Post
                            http://s694.photobucket.com/albums/v...7112009001.flv

                            Hopefully this works ok first time on the bucket. Did a tour of the Bowdens Collection(not museum) today and we got treated to the sweet sound of the beechey monaro at the end of the day. Took
                            thanks rat!!the beechey money.music to my ears

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                            • #44
                              Nice score guys, very jealous, I'd give up patrs of my anatomy to go there.(Not that anyone would probably want them)

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                              • #45
                                Sti Gallery Tokyo

                                Hi Guys, Back from Japan and have another Car Museum to add to this thread.

                                It is the STI GALLERY in Tokyo that opened a few months ago. Popped in on my last day and have to say it is quite underwhelming. It is on the second level of the STI dealership at Subaru's headquarters and contains a couple of competition cars that are changed often, some trophies, a STI timeline shown in models and some information on the roadcars. hopefully in time a bigger display can be made to showcase more of their great Rally history.







                                An Impreza from this years Nurburg 24hour

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