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Old 11-18-2017, 06:35 PM
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Finally finished my Harrison Cobra, sucked up the deep breaths and took it over the pits at Ipswich Brisbane
It was engineered under the old scheme and still required full pit check.
It passed With no issues, with full rego and plates all completed in under an hour.
Great experience and a huge shout out to Warwick H and Ray for their help over the years plus the guys on this forum
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congrats.. if only life was that easy for us south of the border..
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You know what they say....it didn't happen without photos!!

But assuming it did, well done, getting registered is always a great milestone.

Even if done twice - lol
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Bruce

Congratulations. You are one patient character. How many years between completion and rego? Must be at least eight!

Photos and video please!!!

Are you back in the country for good?

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Well done Bruce! I remember we were starting out around the same time with our Harrison kits. Hope you've been putting some good miles on the clock - any chance of photos?
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No miles
He is back in the shed polished and covered
While I am back in Thailand making Appliances and dreaming about rear suspension mods and side pipes
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