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Old 12-07-2010, 12:25
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#??? - C8 Laviolette LM85 (RHD)

Once for sale at Broughtons:

LM85_RHD.jpg LM85_RHD_2.jpg 2010_LM85_RHD_Broughtons.jpg
LM85_RHD_3.jpg LM85_RHD_4.jpg
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Old 02-11-2010, 12:54
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According to 'ISUK' on rennteam.com this car belongs to British Car collector Paul Bailey.

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Both of those cars belong to a guy called Paul Bailey who has a collection to rival Mike S. I think he has around 40 + cars including F40, Enzo, Carrera GT, 430 16M, Murci LP640 SV, numerous Astons - V12V/DBS/DBP Volante, quite a few 911s et.

I was at Paintshield the day his Spyker was being covered with the film and when you look at them close up the build quality is pretty bad. They were struggling to get the bonnet open on the car from memory due to build issues. I think his 458 is Rosso Fuocco.
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Old 02-11-2010, 13:10
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Hmmm...

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when you look at them close up the build quality is pretty bad. They were struggling to get the bonnet open on the car from memory due to build issues.
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Old 02-11-2010, 18:59
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The only Spyker I have ever seen have sticky-door issues was a prototype, not a production model.
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Old 02-11-2010, 19:58
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What a ridiculous statement this is:

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when you look at them close up the build quality is pretty bad. They were struggling to get the bonnet open on the car from memory due to build issues.
Did they actually see the LM85 in real life before they came to the above statement?

Because how can you claim poor build quality by saying they were struggling to get the bonnet open? The LM85 hasn't got one!!!
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Old 02-11-2010, 20:18
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I don't think they really know what they're talking about. See this remark:

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They are rubbish and mostly only good to look at since they are so beautifully crafted
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Old 07-12-2011, 20:42
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This LM85 turned out to be #184 Thanx amzamz!
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