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    Default Re: Velocipede Salon caravan support car

    Quote Originally Posted by maunahaole View Post
    what sort of emergency do you figure that swill is good for? You would be exponentially increasing the chances that a french car would catch on fire by having that on board.
    Where ever you go, there could be an Ellis, Kansas around the bend.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by joosttx View Post
    Where ever you go, there could be an Ellis, Kansas around the bend.
    I doubt it. That was a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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    when i look at that car, i hear "still raining, still dreaming" and i feel kind of stoned.

    in other words, my parents had one of those when i was in high school.
    david corr

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    Quote Originally Posted by maunahaole View Post
    Needs the steel skid plate under the transmission mod. That's a lot of brittle alloy hanging low and waiting for a howdy from a big rock to puncture it. Front lower control arms prone to cracking and like to snap at full lock (ask how I know).
    I don't mean to drone on about the thread drift but mine had this mod.^^^^ I had a 1986 900 Turbo. If there is a car hell, mine is burning for eternity for what it did to me.

    That Peugeot has to be an improvement. The logo looks a lot like the lion of Flanders. I'm in! I bet Autozone is overflowing with parts for this thing.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by houston View Post
    I don't mean to drone on about the thread drift but mine had this mod.^^^^ I had a 1986 900 Turbo. If there is a car hell, mine is burning for eternity for what it did to me.

    That Peugeot has to be an improvement. The logo looks a lot like the lion of Flanders. I'm in! I bet Autozone is overflowing with parts for this thing.
    All the exhaust tips, wiper blades and steering wheel covers a guy could ask for.
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    I like how this thread cut to the chase and just started with a car discussion instead of taking the usual twenty or so bike-related posts to arrive there.
     

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    I will pedal right past that house on the Sunday club ride, sadly a few hours too late to inspect it for you.

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    Default Re: Velocipede Salon caravan support car

    Quote Originally Posted by golivar View Post
    60k miles on a 34 y.o. car? That's incredible. I wonder if that's a typo.
    Lots of time waiting for parts.

    I just found this thread and I wish to represent: Ma Lumpy had a 504 diesel wagon with an automatic, and it's a good thing it was so comfortable because wow was it slow. Terrible in the snow, too. She followed it up with a 505 wagon, but that was gasoline, stickshift, and really very nice.
     

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