UK owners might be few and far between, but if you are a Z8 enthusiast you are welcome here
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Fantastic photos of a couple of very beautiful cars.
I particularly like the one of the z8 hidden in the field like a big cat
big cheesy wrote:'I nearly cacked my trolleys till I quickly tuned in'. Yorkshire Cruise 2008.
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Great photos, awesome cars.
Oh how I wish I owned one of those
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Absolutely stunning, Dieter, on all counts! Car, photography and scenery.
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Wow, Wow, Wow!
Stunning cars, stunning pictures, stunning scenery.
I am very green with envy.
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Thanks for posting and please feel free to entertain us with some more DW!
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takedown8 wrote: dwz8 wrote: takedown8 wrote:
Nice pics! Why do you need two? Can I have one?
One Z8 is not enough to chase a Z4, so I need a second one that I can corner the Z4...
I'm pretty sure your Z8, towing your other Z8, would still catch up to my Z4 and leave me in the dust!
To be honest, I am not totally unhappy with its performance.
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