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I've been saving these for a little while. Took a few today with a mate's Nikon D70. Superb camera. I've had the Golf 2.5yrs and it has evolved along the way.

This summer en Provence

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Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire

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Bristol Harbourside

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Severn Beach, South Gloucestershire

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All the ones!

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EDIT: I've transferred these to photobucket.com, as they host bigger and better quality images.
 

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Thanks,

Sourced the calipers and carriers from a bent TT225 at a breakers. Hubs are from a Golf V5.

Got the fitting/painting done by a local VAG specialist, so in that respect it was easy really!

The difference with pagid fast road pads all round is phenomenal...
 

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Quote: posted by spencert on 05/12/2004 18:36:07

Nice Pics.

p.s. Bet you were slower than Clarkson around the 'Ring'[:)]

It was my first sightseeing visit. Diesels are not suited at all to 'Ringing.

I had to get my car complete with petrified girlfriend from the 'ring to Wolfsburg then on to Provence in one piece on the same tyres!

Still managed 5 laps though. Huge fun!

Clarkson ...[V]
 

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Quote: posted by Reflex TDI on 05/12/2004 18:59:21

Very nice pics.

I see from the bootlid that you like to visit the Isle of Wight. Lovely isn't it?[:)]

Beautiful, undulating, though the motorcyclists can be rather tiresome...

I got asked i'd been to India because of that sticker the other day!
 

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The top one is a scan of a print from my Nikon F75 (35mm film SLR).

Tintern shot is with a SONY Cybershot, the rest with the D70.

A good workman always praises his tools...[^]
 

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Nice pics Rich, although it is hard to capture how good it looks in the flesh IMO. Great looking car, goes & handles pretty well too [!]

Have the panels (colour) all been sorted now [?]

BTW have a good christmas, hope to catch up again next year.
 
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