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Alex vend tout et achètes une frog :lol:

OK, je vais vendre la 2000ti

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et celle-ci :lol:

http://www.racingsportscars.com/photo/1969/Sebring-1969-03-22-073.jpg

Women Racers at Sebring 1970

http://www.racingsportscars.com/photo/1970/Sebring-1970-03-21-073.jpg

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The #73 Austin-Healey Sprite driven by an all woman team comprised of Janet Guthrie, Rosemary Smith and Judy Kondratiff. The car finished in 19th position but first in P2.0 at the 1970 12 Hours of Sebring. Not bad when you consider they were gridded 50th. The car had a 4 cylinder 1300cc engine and the sponsors were Baker Motor Co. and Ring Free Motor Oils.

http://www.racingsportscars.com/photo/1970/Sebring-1970-03-21-lg4.jpg

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Comme tu dis, la restauration est vraiment prise de A à Z

J'aimerai bien trouvé des restaurations de midget ou sprite (n'importe quelle mk ! )

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et tu voulais savoir comment fonctionne la suspension arrière je crois :

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:lol: :lol: et avec de belles cosmics et une bonne préparation. Faut pas craquer .............

elle est juste un peu haute des fesses

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je me payerais bien l'importation, mais surement pas de papiers, trackdays en club obligatoire...

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Oui surement, dommage car sérieusement elle est belle et cela fais surement une auto à moins de 10000 euros prête pour la piste.

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et celle-ci :lol:

http://www.racingsportscars.com/photo/1969/Sebring-1969-03-22-073.jpg

Women Racers at Sebring 1970

http://www.racingsportscars.com/photo/1970/Sebring-1970-03-21-073.jpg

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The #73 Austin-Healey Sprite driven by an all woman team comprised of Janet Guthrie, Rosemary Smith and Judy Kondratiff. The car finished in 19th position but first in P2.0 at the 1970 12 Hours of Sebring. Not bad when you consider they were gridded 50th. The car had a 4 cylinder 1300cc engine and the sponsors were Baker Motor Co. and Ring Free Motor Oils.

http://www.racingsportscars.com/photo/1970/Sebring-1970-03-21-lg4.jpg

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http://www.virhistory.com/vir/72-oct/rg-7204-1.htm

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