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Mave

posted on 5/4/06 at 04:02 PM Reply With Quote
First time outside, fully dressed

Today I brought the car to the painter, and took it outside for the first time with bodywork on. I really can't wait to see it finished now, and take the first testdrive.......


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Mike R-F

posted on 5/4/06 at 04:15 PM Reply With Quote
Looks good, but what's that big ariel on the roll bar for?
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ned

posted on 5/4/06 at 04:16 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Mike R-F
Looks good, but what's that big ariel on the roll bar for?


PMSL!!





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mookaloid

posted on 5/4/06 at 04:22 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Mike R-F
Looks good, but what's that big ariel on the roll bar for?


Quality post

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CommanderAce

posted on 5/4/06 at 04:45 PM Reply With Quote
mmmmm very Donkey-esque!





Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads!

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wilkingj

posted on 5/4/06 at 04:47 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Mike R-F
Looks good, but what's that big ariel on the roll bar for?


It an Aerial (NOT washing powder), and he is probably a Radio Ham, I have three like that on my Land Rover, and a 15 metre free standing one in the garden.

I have had a large erection in the garden for over 20 years
By that I mean a Lattice construction steel mast with a rotating head, and lots of aerials on it.

I will have to put my aerial bracket on the roll bar after the SVA, as it would probably not pass


PS... Mave, The cars looking good. However, I think you have made a constructional error..... The steering wheel should be on the other side, or you have mirror imaged the picture before posting

[Edited on 5/4/2006 by wilkingj]





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2. Never take life seriously. Nobody gets out alive anyway.

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Mave

posted on 5/4/06 at 05:22 PM Reply With Quote
Hmm, you guys must have a lot of aerials alongside the roads....

No, the steeringwheel is not on the wrong side; I have two, the other one is however not clearly visible, but here is a better picture.

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piddy

posted on 5/4/06 at 05:24 PM Reply With Quote
I like I like I like.
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MikeRJ

posted on 6/4/06 at 08:29 PM Reply With Quote
Very smart indeed! Did you take any inspiration from the Toniq?
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Dutchman

posted on 7/4/06 at 02:08 PM Reply With Quote
good looking .... and the rear end is flat panel or will have sone Dutch style

wheel for UK and rest of EU niceeeeee





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Peteff

posted on 7/4/06 at 02:15 PM Reply With Quote
Light at the end of the tunnel....

Or is it on top of the aerial. There's one of those outside my front door but I wouldn't have thought of fitting it to the rool bar, high level brake light anybody?





yours, Pete

I went into the RSPCA office the other day. It was so small you could hardly swing a cat in there.

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