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Vic Wasteland Thread - 15.0


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Will need a 1km headstart, actually it's got some sort of linglong runflats on it. Make that a 2km headstart and it'll blow everything away.IMG_20190818_140611.thumb.jpg.fe0290def2078d6c36780744730c25f9.jpg

Or i could just bring a real car along.

From recent sau Sandown track day.

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On 10/25/2019 at 8:36 AM, emts said:

Unless something major happens No.

Time for SAU funded skidpan at Marty's new property.

1) Run private event
2) charge entry
3) claim land on tax for investment purposes
4) ?? deal with bob jane for old tyres, make tyre walls
5 Profit

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well I was quoted just over 30K for a 300sqm shed.

 

so call it $100 a quare meter, 

 

so a 50x50 meter skidpan your looking quater a million.

(but also using less then 10% of the block....)

 

 

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It should be robust as spec stocks generally trade on futures. Never made sense to me that current prices of oil affect so immediately the share price of a “one day hopeful” explorer.

Lamenting not having sold at 2.6 and bought back in low, but ya just never know with these things. One thing I do know is 1.6 is frikken cheap so I bought a parcel today.

But yes, ASX is a blood bath. Great time to buy blue chips for guaranteed small returns. A2 milk is a pretty safe bet for bounce back as there’s no slowing that company in the long term. Will be $20 before the year end.

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