Mythical Cougar S spotted at last.....

Alex_16v

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Spotted this last night..........*drools*

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Alex_16v

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Well big cats need to spend time at their watering holes you know....before hunting for prey....BMW's.....Subarus....Aston Martins...etc :LOL:
 
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Anonymous

Wow, that looks stunning! Who's is it? Is it Shagmonkeys and are there any other recent pics of it anywhere?
 
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IanA

Looking awesome Paul, can't wait to see it in the light of day... :D :D 8) 8) 8)
 

Moostang

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Very nice, love the colour of the lesser spotted Cougar in its natural habitat, the 350 bhp variety, UBER COUGAR :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:

As my son has just said 'look's heaven' :wink: :wink: :wink:

more pic's plz.. 8)
 
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Stewart

Looks great Paul. The poor quality pic adds to the myth, just like when the beast of Bodmin is ever photographed. :LOL:
 
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Stewart

Alex, it wasn't a criticism. I thought it added to the legend of the mythical beast. :LOL:

Keep fuzzy, distant shots coming. It's wetting my appetite for seeing it up close (and personal) at Cougarfest. :p

Another damned good reason to come to Billing Aquadrome. 8)
 
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IanA

I've got to admit, I thought the poor quality was intentional, it looks like your hiding behind the air hose and car vacuum, shaking with sheer excitement........ :eek:
 

Alex_16v

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It wasnt intentional, i was sat in the car - and all of you know how difficult it is to get digital cam shots at night with the flash off!!
 

ginja

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Yes fuzzy shots in the dark just like UFO pictures, perhaps the radiation from the onboard warp-drive affected your digital camera? Or perhaps it was the cloaking device, after all no one else has ever seen it....even the owner..... :eek: :eek: :LOL:
 

Richb

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I wouldn't have thought so, It wastes most road going vehicles as it is from what we've heard, plus you'd probably start to get reliability issues.