I dropped my biscuit in my tea .

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I dropped my biscuit in my tea .

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Ford Capri 2.0 Laser 1987 Mercury Grey ....... :beer:
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It's ok, you can pay a mere £118 every month for 2 yeaars instead.👍
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If it was a Hob Nob......no worries fish it out intacted !!! :xd:
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Jasonmarie wrote: Wed Apr 27, 2022 12:45 pm How much ?
The price looks reasonable to me !! :lol: 8-)
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Andrew 2.8i wrote: Wed Apr 27, 2022 6:49 pm
Jasonmarie wrote: Wed Apr 27, 2022 12:45 pm How much ?
The price looks reasonable to me !! :lol: 8-)
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Thats a whole weeks take home pay .....EACH . I guess if your building a special or restoring a classic a set of unused genuine wheels might be your pleasure . Im thinking of Nick ( not takin the piss 😁). When everything else is lickable these wheels might be the icing you need to compliment the build,.......but 2½ grand 🤯
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Sorry was getting a tea spoon to get my biscuit :lol: :lol: :lol:

Now Hob Knob there’s a biscuit but I am a fig biscuit man :lol: :lol: :lol:

2500 grand for wheels that would be cheaper to buy wheels that need refurbing
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Crumbs. I wonder how much gold I have in the shed now :lol:
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Soon the Capri will be worth more as parts then just the car :?:
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Jasonmarie wrote: Sat Apr 30, 2022 7:32 am Soon the Capri will be worth more as parts then just the car :?:
It's good that these items are still available and at least with bids you can choose your limit, but still not cheap.

The RS wheels are great and you can't beat nice clear stampings, so many lose that when refurbed.

Even so for that price I would have made sure the bits of dust and dirt etc were removed before I took the pictures!
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Mc Tool wrote: Thu Apr 28, 2022 10:24 pmI guess if your building a special or restoring a classic a set of unused genuine wheels might be your pleasure . Im thinking of Nick ( not takin the piss 😁)
:lol: Hey Hamish.

Mate to be honest i really like the jbw machined 4-spokes I got on B112 for a fraction of the cost of these ones ... Ok a bit cheaper 😂😂.

The jbw wheels really look great. Id be afraid to drive if I spent £2.5k on a set of wheels.. I have enough worries about rain Hamish :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Yeah , Id probly kirb one , only took me 3 days to do the Blade ,got plenty of shit from Dianne I can tell you 🙄.
Im not really hung up on factory original if someone else does a quality copy.
I have performance (brand ) wheels for mine
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One of the better quality brands ( I hope😁).
Someone made a really good point about refurbished mags loosing detail in the process.......I never thought of that .
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Andrew 2.8i wrote: Wed Apr 27, 2022 6:49 pm The price looks reasonable to me !! :lol: 8-)
Andrew, you're a monster!

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