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Old 8th February 2008, 22:00   #16
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Smile Benvenuto !!!

Welcome to this wonderful forum, Ignazio

Glad to know that you are from Italy : it is a country I like a lot, and I had worked there for 4 years, mostly in Milano.

Buon finesettimana
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Welcome to Team BHP, Iganazio! Its good to welcome someone from that part of the world - some of us have been visiting the Tata Club Italia occasionally to catch up with the stuff that Max and his band of merry men (and his Elefant!) have been doing to the Safari out there.

I've been trying to figure out how to pick up Max's Air Filter and modified Exhaust for the Dicor for sometime now - unfortunately he does not do it on a commercial scale + language is a big issue. I didnt know then that our resident Yeti(R) (also known as Sam Kapasi sometimes) spoke Italian - now we know!

Once again, a warm welcome to Team BHP - we're glad to see you here.
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Welcome to Team BHP, Iganazio! Its good to welcome someone from that part of the world - some of us have been visiting the Tata Club Italia occasionally to catch up with the stuff that Max and his band of merry men (and his Elefant!) have been doing to the Safari out there.

I've been trying to figure out how to pick up Max's Air Filter and modified Exhaust for the Dicor for sometime now - unfortunately he does not do it on a commercial scale + language is a big issue. I didnt know then that our resident Yeti(R) (also known as Sam Kapasi sometimes) spoke Italian - now we know!
Hi!
As you can imagine, I'm one of those of the club!!! I know Max personally and I have that filter already fitted in my elefant
If I can do something, more than please to help! English is not an issue for me, I may miss some shorts like GC, but I've been working for a british company since 1998, than language has been a must for me in the last 10 years!
A warm thank you to everyone!
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Hello to you Mr.Ignazio,

Welcome to you from India. I request you to go through the FIAT CLASSIC CAR CLUB thread in the VINTAGE AND CLASSIC CARS IN INDIA section.

Best regards to you,

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As you can imagine, I'm one of those of the club!!! I know Max personally and I have that filter already fitted in my elefant
If I can do something, more than please to help! English is not an issue for me
Perhaps we could work out an arrangement where we send stuff from here to you and you send us the Air Filters, Lift Kits, Exhaust downpipes and brake lines from there?

I'm serious!
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you send us the Air Filters, Lift Kits, Exhaust downpipes and brake lines from there?
And some fresh country side mozarella too!!
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Welcome to the forum Ignazio! Seems like you've already met the leaders of the TATA & Fiat brigade here! Have fun!

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And some fresh country side mozarella too!!
Stuffed in the exhausts??
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Hey Ignazio,welcome to Team-BHP. That's a nice head-turner ride you've got there.

Quite a lot of attraction to this thread

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Ciao!

Mozzarella stuffed exhaust pipe lines.... Sounds very good to me!!!

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Perhaps we could work out an arrangement where we send stuff from here to you and you send us the Air Filters, Lift Kits, Exhaust downpipes and brake lines from there?
Seriously, why not?! We need to investigate about shipping process, that is gonna be the most difficult thing to achieve, time, cost and custom dutyes are the things we have to look at...

As soon has I have "My Garage" option active I'll put some more photo of my Elefant and my wife Rover Streetwise too!

Now I'm going to visit "Fiat classic car club"....
The last 1100 I was in, was my uncle's car, back in 1975!!!!
Thanks to all.
Ciao Ciao!
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welcome aboard Ignazio, you surely will have a pleasant stay here at TeamBhp, do write about the off roading with pictures and reviews with this car, its a 4*4 so i am expecting a good travelogue along with the review!

happy off roading ciao! bye!
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hi all
if you like to see some classic cars that we have in malta I have some photos on this thread plus other pics
twila's Fotothing
The safari is mine but the rest are still running around

enjoy
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Old 9th March 2008, 19:39   #27
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Welcome to this forum Ignazio,

I think I saw your name on the 4x4 Italia safari forum when I was searching for some 2.2l information, though I used to read through online translator.
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