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Hi guys,

 

I have finally bought a JDM import, Toyota, 3 litre, 6 cylinder! Just not the Supra I have always lusted over...🙄

 

I have posted 1 or 2 questions on here before and done plenty of lurking, but I thought I had better introduce myself, as I am now purchasing a nice little Alphard of my own!

 

I've decided to take the plunge for practical reasons (partners health/mobility) as the Fiesta ST180 is becoming a struggle and to make our trips out and about more enjoyable using it as a dayvan, enjoying sunny Cornwall as well as various trips up and down the country.

 

I look forward to interacting with you all and hope to see you out and about! I'll give you a wave 👋

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Seeing as I now have it, here's a picture of it! After 6 months of searching & 6 weeks of waiting (thanks DVLA!) I finally picked my Alphie!
A very nice low mileage (40k!) '07 V6 MS, I picked up a couple of weeks ago. Slowly getting used to it (very different style from my previous cars) but enjoying it very much.
I can't remember if I can say company names here but, a big thanks to an Importer based in Warrington who supplied it and were very helpful throughout, even though I'm 250 miles away!

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1 hour ago, alpharex said:

Seeing as I now have it, here's a picture of it! After 6 months of searching & 6 weeks of waiting (thanks DVLA!) I finally picked my Alphie!
A very nice low mileage (40k!) '07 V6 MS, I picked up a couple of weeks ago. Slowly getting used to it (very different style from my previous cars) but enjoying it very much.
I can't remember if I can say company names here but, a big thanks to an Importer based in Warrington who supplied it and were very helpful throughout, even though I'm 250 miles away!

20230805_121959.jpg

 

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