I owned a 330 GTC for several years. Great driving cars.The FGT is the top-dawg in my modest little collection, but I dearly love Italian cars from the late 50's thru the mid-80's.
The Charcoal 330GTC in the video is incredible. Speaking of which, one with a Red interior is due to come up on BaT shortly.
How many GT's you think in Aust.Has to be right hand drive to be legally licenced.
Just ask Ultrsportracing how legal limit drivers make up most of the users on the road.Sounds like a deal breaker right there.
Downright Orwellian. I hope I can live out my years before Vision Zero brings us the same level of oppression here.Just ask Ultrsportracing how legal limit drivers make up most of the users on the road.
If you drove 5mph around town over the limit, you'll get pinged before the weeks out, same for fwys... and that infringement will come in the mail two weeks later.
Hidden cameras and red light cameras, speed running red lights make hundreds of millions for Govt.
Americans heads would fly off it they did that here for 1 month. Nobody runs red lights in Aust
There are 3.90 gears out thereHow many GT's you think in Aust.
Well, safe to say 1 LHD one exists.
Didn't see any plates on the reviewed GT in the clip....hmm
I want to take mine back to Aust when I retire.
I know I'll miss the US's lazy enforcement of speed limits compared to the tightest country in the world.
Special import regs do help returning expats with keeping LHD cars from RHD conversion....but seems like they still have to meet the 30 year rule (max length before you're ok) to hit the roads.
Would be nice if there was 3:90 - 4:10 rear ends for the GT as city traffic (especially Sydney) isn't what the GT's drive line likes.
If a vehicle is "rare" or of high value it doesn't have to be converted, so Id say the GT's not meeting that requirement either.