That doesn't have a engine and Jess's legs aren't strong enough to push it around town lol
Ha... Mate the PT pays for the horses, 3 of them... Vets, farrier, agistment and dentist it's pretty heavy.Obviously not working hard enough as a PT.
Don't tell her I said that......
It's ok Matty.... Trust a bloody Queenslander to ocut think a Mexican! lol
Skint row? You mean instead of doing the 3 hat restaurants you're having to go to a two hat jobby? Poor bastard!
As for the flat bats, pretty sure even in Melbourne you can buy or borrow a battery charger.
Welcome to the group Michael. If you've got the passion and commitment to preserve a glorious '80's Mitsu performance vehicle, that's good enogh for me!Hey gents,
Resurrecting this thread for a brief introduction as a future GTO enthusiast & current owner of it's predecessor the Starion GSR-VR which is somewhat still relevant I suppose. 'In the family' at least!
Look forward to meeting some of you Melbourne members out there. I'm sure there is some past/present Starion owners among you.
Feel free to move this post elsewhere if strictly GTO.
Thanks for the welcome Red Devil. I was going to mention the story about one of the first few wide body Starion's made were actually named the 'Starion GTO' & were fitted with corresponding body decals before Mitsubishi canned the name & made it the Starion GSR-VR. You guys sound welcoming so didn't have to bring that one up!Welcome to the group Michael. If you've got the passion and commitment to preserve a glorious '80's Mitsu performance vehicle, that's good enogh for me!
Keep an eye out on this forum for meets etc...we do in Victoria...occasionally...
Just as I have always loved the GTO. I've owned a few Z32's in the past & always compared the two cars positively. Unfortunately that's as close as I've been to owning one with a car of a similar platform.Hmmmm I always loved the Starion...
Thank you! I'm glad I came across these forums, I didn't realize the GTO still had a following. Some real nice examples on here.Welcome. Love the Starion. :bigthumb:
And likewise! I still do hope to one day own a GTO of my own. At the moment the Starion is close enough (in the family tree side of things at least) until the time comes for another project. Thanks for the kind wordsWelcome aboard Michael. I used to lust after a Starion, was never lucky enough to get my hands on one though. Very nice looking car.
From one circus to another, thanks!Welcome to the circus.