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Luiz Vivas

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GARAGE OF DREAMS
« on: 12 November 2019, 14:47:10 »

Unfortunately, in my current home, the garage holds 1 large car and 2 smaller ones. In the future, I plan to move to a house with lots of space and fulfill my dream, as my friend, Willian, president of the Omega MG Club: Omega and Suprema, both 3.0. If possible I still want to have Australian Omega models B, C and D.



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Re: GARAGE OF DREAMS
« Reply #1 on: 14 November 2019, 19:04:51 »

Nice examples those  :y

My father had a 2.0 Carlton Estate (Omega A Caravan in Opel trim) did around 240,000 miles if I remember correctly.
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Re: GARAGE OF DREAMS
« Reply #2 on: 14 November 2019, 19:07:51 »

I had a few saloons  :-[
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Re: GARAGE OF DREAMS
« Reply #3 on: 14 November 2019, 22:07:06 »

Nice cars  :y :y :y :y
I will still live in a house with a large garage like yours.
My first experience on an Omega was on Suprema 3.0.
My wife doesn't like Caravans, especially black ones. According to her, it's funeral car  ;D ;D ;D
A friend of ours (nickname Bradock) had a black Suprema with the "Funeral Service" logo on the back and carried a coffin (empty) at club meetings. The unsuspecting were scared ;D ;D ;D
Unfortunately his "funeral" Suprema was destroyed in an accident.
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Re: GARAGE OF DREAMS
« Reply #4 on: 20 November 2019, 08:38:30 »

My wife doesn't like Caravans, especially black ones. According to her, it's funeral car  ;D ;D ;D
A friend of ours (nickname Bradock) had a black Suprema with the "Funeral Service" logo on the back and carried a coffin (empty) at club meetings. The unsuspecting were scared ;D ;D ;D
Unfortunately his "funeral" Suprema was destroyed in an accident.

All women must think the same in their own bizarre way - my wife has no appreciation for any of my Omegas, and she too says my black 3.2 Elite estate is like a hearse.......
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Re: GARAGE OF DREAMS
« Reply #5 on: 20 November 2019, 14:12:34 »

I can not complain. My wife likes my Omega very much. It even supported me when I decided to install the turbo kit on the engine. I just didn't count the amount I spent.  ;D ;D ;D
I only know one woman who loves Supremas. She is the wife of our club's vice president, they have a green color, but they may not like the black ones either.  ;D ;D ;D
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