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Bit the bullet and bought the Zed

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Been pondering this purchase for a while (30+ years, I’d say). Three years ago I decided to wait for (what I believed inevitable) a new, turbo Zed. I was also looking forward to the new Infinity 3 litre TT mill in a classic Z body. Since it never came out, and there is none in sight, and I’m not getting any younger , I bought my 2012 MY13 Zed a month ago.

Had I known it was going to be so fantastic, I would have bought a new one. I’m in love!

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Welcome mate!

Yes, it's a very nice car indeed.

We've cruised to Robertson Pie Shop many times.

Enjoy!

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Hi there . Enjoy your new ride. I think they are fantastic..........Nice car

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