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post Aug 17 2011, 04:19 PM
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joe74ta sent this in. Have hosted the pics on your gallery for you Joe HERE

This chap shipped his TA over using roll on-roll off. He now has it for sale. Read on to hear what he has to say.......

"Here I've for sale what's left of my 1979 Special 10th Anniversary Pontiac Firebird Trans Am this car was and still is a 100% rust free TA. 78,000 miles on the clock. I purchased this vehicle just on 2 months ago, and while shipping RORO by H#### #########s the damage you see occurred.
But at least they said sorry, NOT! the asking price is to cover my freight - towing - ports fees etc etc."


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Suspension & Brakes By Ron Missian Motor Sports.
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post Aug 17 2011, 05:15 PM
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Anyone who has shipped a car from the US to Australia knows how anxious you get waiting for it to arive.
I feel this guys pain. therethere.gif

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