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Hi all, ( I'm sorry for the translation )

I introduce myself.

My name is Vincent (VINS for intimate mond car). 27 years, 1 child 10 years and another coming in May.

I am an entrepreneur in the carpentry, joinery, insulation blanket.

I am motorcycle rider for 13 years in the French championship (50cc .125 cc. 250cc. 500cc. 600cc. 1000cc) and a pilot team officials 24H mans bike.

I currently have an Audi S4 B5 before preparing a 650 + Hp

A 2000 touring NK

and hybridactive5 2012 BMW 535i

This is my NK 2000 touring in 1972 with only 5000km only YES YES.

Certe as it was stored for 27 years in a house that has not been finished building. At the shelter, but not all ....

My project is to make a Vehicle History Competition (HCV France).

2.0L engine originally prepared but with two Weber 45 DCOE, full stainless exhaust (manifold, muffler and intermediate) rods forged, forged piston, cylinder head touch. Frame on ball UNIBAL, Coilover. Gotti rims 15 "3 parts. Rollscage, tubs etc ...

here it is in the condition I buy :







Oh shittttttt

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