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Heading back to England after visiting Hamm in Germany this weekend, on Sun. 14th Sept., two R35s drive into the Eurotunnel car park waiting area. First one was a black 62 plate and the other was a DMG with a private plate reg.V## GTR. Not sure if you spotted me but I was in the red one waiting for my time slot to board the train.
 

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I was the DMG one, just had a 2150 mile trip to The Alps and back :D
 

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I should have recognised the car as I was at Bruntingthorpe with you on the Asda day.
 

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Yep! It was far cleaner at Asda, though :D

Did you stop at Stop24 in Folkestone just after? I caught a very quick glimpse of a red GT-R going in there as I was meeting a friend in the services area.
 

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Yep! It was far cleaner at Asda, though :D

Did you stop at Stop24 in Folkestone just after? I caught a very quick glimpse of a red GT-R going in there as I was meeting a friend in the services area.
Yes, filled up with fuel before heading home to MK.
 

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Thought so :) Distinctive noise :D
 

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Nice. How bad was the M1. It took us ages to get back to Liverpool. Next time, it's south around the M25 and then to the M40.
 

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Eurotunnel

Im guessing that the Euro tunnel is Gtr friendly then), im heading to Germany in the summer and was a little curious regarding gtr ride height etc.

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Absolutely no problem.
 

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Im guessing that the Euro tunnel is Gtr friendly then), im heading to Germany in the summer and was a little curious regarding gtr ride height etc.

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When we go on the Eurotrips we book the high vehicle option as the carriages are slightly wider, the normal car carriages are a bit tight for an R35 and it is easy to scrape the rims in the normal carriage.
 

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When we go on the Eurotrips we book the high vehicle option as the carriages are slightly wider, the normal car carriages are a bit tight for an R35 and it is easy to scrape the rims in the normal carriage.
I'm a more accurate and careful driver than Barry. So, I don't tend to have a problem. :D
 
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just ask to go downstairs

turn on going up can catch the tyre
 

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I'm nearly always first on, leading the way downstairs, as I have a disabled wife, so we get to be at the front ! getting onto the train is the only bit where you need to be cautious but other than that its a doddle and good fun hearing the "blipped" throttle in such an enclosed space...oh how immature we can be sometimes :chuckle:
 
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