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New member mid north coast (another one)

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Hi, all. I am a returning 350 owner. I sold my previous 350Z just over a year ago in a fit of practicality when I decided to retire and move away from Melbourne's weather. My excuse is that I was worried about finances. I owned a 300ZX immediately prior to that. Eventually, after the anxiety about my new situation settled down, I realised that I couldn't live without another.

Both roadsters, I went from an '08 track man. with 25,000km on the clock to a '03 auto with 108,000km on it, but I am now content. I bought it yesterday. Colour is titanium with the lovely, although well-used, tan seats. The ragtop is in adequate condition for now but will eventually need to be replaced, the CD player seems to be stuffed, and there is a dodgy window connection in the driver's door. All else appears to be in reasonable working order. I currently have no plans to modify it as I SHOULD be working to a budget now. So far, in 10 months of retirement, I haven't even come close but I am trying. 

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Welcome back! :) Sent from my ALP-L09 using Tapatalk

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