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[NSW] Spotted!

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KTA350

smithfield rd.

 

oh hey again! 

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Spotted A yellow free fiddy MR 3502 on M4 this arvo

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spotted vivian at moon festival this arvo

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black 350 while i dropped off my brother for formal at lcc last night

 

matte black 370z at cabra 1pm

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silver 370 on the m4 this morning with a zclub sticker on the drivers side rear quarter window! you turned off at james ruse. tried to remember your plates but got distracted by the thought of coffee at work lol 

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spotted kta 350 at cabra hj tonight

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spotted kta 350 at cabra hj tonight

Yeah buddy! Was there with Winry (OO-918) and Chook (ZE-8055)!

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white 370z and a silver 350z at eastwood this arvo

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JB37OZ yesterday going towards concord area

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black 350 while i dropped off my brother for formal at lcc last night

 

matte black 370z at cabra 1pm

 

What is LCC? 

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Liverpool Catholic Club

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thought LCC was Lane Cove City

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Liverpool Catholic Club

 

 

thought LCC was Lane Cove City

 

thought it was lidcombe community centre :P

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Black 370 convertible Oriordan street Alexandria plate PS.370 this morning :)

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I swear LCC was Low Car Club?

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Spotted Pearl White 370Z - BLB 59Y - in Parramatta tonight at 5:10pm turning right from Smith Street into Maquarie street. Female pilot and co pilot.

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A sick ride 370z Plates Z370Z winsor rd if your on here {=Stylish=}  

 

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MB370 lanecove tunnel.

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Spotted black 370z.

"MR370"

Marrickville metro

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white 370z past hooters 12pm

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Spotted a grey 370 with dealership plates being test driven today around Strathfield

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suttons are a bit generous with where you test drive the car..

at ryde i was led on a strict route which happened to also be part of a learner test route. could've been because it was pretty much a brand new demo? brakes were smoking when we got back :P

col crawford were pretty cool and let me take my gf for a drive around the block too.

i was disappointed in suttons' treatment of their company cars though. The 370Z i was test driving was apparently the finance managers' and it looked like the inside of the average family car. not the way i'd treat a 70k car even if it was given to me

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and certainly not a good way of presenting a car for sale

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Cruised past a white 370 on Great Western Hwy on the way to work this morning and a black 350 with plates ZZZ35L parked in Silverwater today

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