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Hi All,

I just took delivery of a very clean 2002 HSE.

Plenty to fix and fiddle with to keep me off the streets for a while.

I was very touched by all the replies to my "Beryl RIP" thread - this is really a very pleasant board.
 

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Congratulations. You've made the right choice 8)
 

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Congrats, did ya get your other P38 back or did ya have to let her go ?

Scotty
 

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Do you have to locally register the car or did you buy it from within Gauteng. How does it work in SA?
 

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hey
nice rig. what size tires have you got on there?
Eric
 

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Congrats! Looks VERY nice and tidy.... Love the colour!!! Especially that the front bumper also has a bit of white makes the front look "newer"...
I think the wheels are 16" with 255/65 R 16 - the same Lightning Rims as on my own HSE MY 2000.

Take good care of your new wheels!

Ferdinand
Maybe I should respry my Epsom Green.... NO maybe not... But I love white cars (used to have one so years ago)
 

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rhino_ed said:
hey
nice rig. what size tires have you got on there?
Eric
Ferdinand said:
I think the wheels are 16" with 255/65 R 16 - the same Lightning Rims as on my own HSE MY 2000.

Take good care of your new wheels!
They look like 18" rims from an early Mk3 diesel to me.
Standard tyre size in the Mk3 was 255/60R18, which works perfectly well on the p38.
 

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Tim (Scotland) said:
[quote="rhino_ed":s30uffba]hey
nice rig. what size tires have you got on there?
Eric
Ferdinand said:
I think the wheels are 16" with 255/65 R 16 - the same Lightning Rims as on my own HSE MY 2000.

Take good care of your new wheels!
They look like 18" rims from an early Mk3 diesel to me.
Standard tyre size in the Mk3 was 255/60R18, which works perfectly well on the p38.[/quote:s30uffba]

The PO says that they are Mk 3 wheels, but I haven't checked the size yet.

They are Michelin Syncrones - apparently very long wearing and certainly comfortable!
 
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