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    yip its not good but if there is problems that cant be fixed. as long as we have some were that we can all meet and talk and keep the cars running thats the main thing

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    Thanks Peter,
    A shame the calibra site went to pot. But it's good to be here on the opel site , everyone has been very welcoming.

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    I miss my calibra :'(

    Dont miss the bill at the mechanic or with the insurer though :P

    Hope all is going well to all the ppl from the old forums! Do you still have the cally Poita?
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    CALIBRA...
    Its not just a car,
    Its a way of life...

    Troy
    1996 North Cape Calibra - C25XE (2.5L V6)

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    Yer mate still have it. Getting the motor swapped atm.

    Glad to hear from you again. How's things in your part of the world these days?
    2013 Ford Focus ST
    Calibra - The only car that will institutionalise you and send you broke in the mean time

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    Blast from the past Troy!!

    I still have the V6 ECU chip i bought off you lying around somewhere too Click here to enlarge
    Sure, we dont have to worry about viking raids or scurvy anymore, but instead we make a daily routine of sitting in flimsy, fibreglass (or metal) boxes full of gasoline which are propelled in opposing directions on the freeway at velocities matching that of low flying aircraft.

    This is a roundabout way of saying that cars are dangerous....

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