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Date Registered: 03-2006
Location: Melbourne
TOTAL POSTS: 48
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Melbourne X-er - NKOTB


G'day All.
Just bought my 03 ST-R a week ago now and have trawled ebay searching for small, inexpensive items to personalise my ride and lo and behold, stumbled across this forum, and Jalaski's penchant for shiny chrome (female magpies also go for shiny things like chocolate wrappers etc for nesting [sign in to see URL] draw your own conclusion about Jalaski!)

I'm Sam. Live in Melbourne and love to hit the beach for some body boarding and to get away from the big smoke. My ride?

Exxy of course, Titanium Silver with the ST-R roof rails and roof mounted driving lights (cooler than school but just don't look directly into them when they're on, still seeing spots) Towbar, nudge bar and just picked up the stop light decal (can't wait to get home and "install" it).
Just won the driving lights (made to fit in the factory slots) from ebay and waiting on delivery. Will up load pics of the car as soon as I work out how to do it without my own webpage. "How much?" you say for the car? I says I gots it for $[sign in to see URL] bloody good buy considering it was first reg'd in Dec with only 50,000 kms on the clock.

Hope to see some replies from Melburnians so we can show these guys up north how its done. And no, I don't have a competitive streak in me at all!!!!!!!!!

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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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xxxtrail wrote:
(female magpies also go for shiny things like chocolate wrappers etc for nesting [sign in to see URL] draw your own conclusion about Jalalski!)



Aah, that's why I've been seeing a whole pack of them following me on my drive to work and back. hehehehe emoticon

Very good price indeed Sam.

And yes, I would like to see/watch what Victorians are capable of; we need some competition here indeed. I'm tired of winning. hahahaha emoticon

By the way Cairns is coming close second, so you better watch-out LOL

P.S. Posting photos? check ]THIS guide.

What does NKOTB stand for? emoticon

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Date Registered: 03-2006
Location: Melbourne
TOTAL POSTS: 48
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Re: Melbourne X-er - NKOTB


New
Kid
On
The
Block

The old boy band group from the 90's!!!!!
I've got the fog lights coming soon so might need some help with tech side of the install. Will let you know when I run into trouble

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hehehe, I know them, but didn't know the abbreviation LOL emoticon

No worries about the fog lights, give me a yell anytime.

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