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Motorshow Live 2004, Nec, Brum

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I am, on the 29th May! Although my Yaris is not, we are going in the other halfs 206!

Well if anyone else is going, I'll see you at the Toyota stand! :D :D It looks like its gonna be an excellent show, and the Toyota stand itself is HUGE!

Lots of Yarii for me to oggle at! :D

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im going on the friday 28th with a couple of friends, headin down on train tho, so i can have a couple of beers too! :) cant go wrong!

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Went to NEC last year. Was pretty good i must say, my foot and my leg was hurting from all the walking around.. geez. Don't think i'm up for going this year, saving up to go Max power ........ yes max power because my mate wanna go and she's forcing me to go in her saxo... oh dear... help me!!! At least i don't have to drive. hehehe. Anyone going JAE this year??

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no it was fine last year, they are VX corporate passes (just like any normal ticket_

Ill have a word tomorrow

yes please :thumbsup::thumbsup: (errr 2 would be nice . . . cheeky I know)

anything apprecaited - can let me know ?

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What will be on the stands ?

What we would like:

Yaris Turbo

New Supra

IS 430

IS 200 Mk2 Concept

What will actually be there:

A Silver Prius

A Grey Yaris called Blue


Only joking ya

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HiLux will be on Top Gear stand.

Her she is with new version.



Key points

UK debut of the new 2004 Toyota Corolla

UK debut of the new Toyota Hilux Invincible

New Toyota Celica and MR2 Roadster Red Collection on display

Toyota celebrates 11 consecutive years of record breaking UK sales


Lexus stand embraces the theme of The Future of Lexus

UK debut of the Lexus LF-X concept car, revealing Lexus’s future design language

UK debut of the Lexus RX400h, the world’s first hybrid power 4x4

Lexus celebrates its fourth successive Gold Award in the J.D. Power and Associates Customer Satisfaction Survey

UK sales up by more than 40 per cent in 2004, the largest growth among premium manufacturers

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