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post #1546 of 8614 (permalink) Old 11-09-2007, 06:13 PM
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Sorry for being so late with the reply. I won't have online access often for the next couple of months. But, yes, it's possible.

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Their motto is "Yeah, well, we never heard of you either."

But I think we might be a little slow here. Any hint on the -theoretical- involved?
Oh, just a guy who is a Dr, etc.

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post #1548 of 8614 (permalink) Old 11-11-2007, 03:39 PM
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Ahh, our Ambassador of Good Will.

While I don't get the pleasure of those beautiful tree-lined lanes Alex the Boot enjoys, being here will make surviving the winter a little easier.

This is where I lived before moving to Oregon, looking up the beach towards Pipeline on the North Shore of Oahu. Having a nice car is worthless. Traffic is hell, and the 55MPH limit vigorously enforced in the few places where you could actually drive that fast. Nice place to work but I wouldn't want to live here.
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Ahh, our Ambassador of Good Will.

While I don't get the pleasure of those beautiful tree-lined lanes Alex the Boot enjoys, being here will make surviving the winter a little easier.

This is where I lived before moving to Oregon, looking up the beach towards Pipeline on the North Shore of Oahu. Having a nice car is worthless. Traffic is hell, and the 55MPH limit vigorously enforced in the few places where you could actually drive that fast. Nice place to work but I wouldn't want to live here.
For one thing, it's hard to fit a surfboard rack on a spider, and just jamming the board in behind the seats simply ruins the aerodynamics...

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post #1551 of 8614 (permalink) Old 11-12-2007, 11:54 AM
My 17 Gordini was a lot more fun than the Le Car. Can we stick to the point here? This is the RenaultBB isn't it?

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My 17 Gordini was a lot more fun than the Le Car. Can we stick to the point here? This is the RenaultBB isn't it?
Hey! Go back to France! This is the Trabant board!
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You are clearly mistaken, you must have meant the Lada Board, comrade
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post #1554 of 8614 (permalink) Old 11-12-2007, 12:35 PM
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Oh dude! That car!!! Where do i get one??? Look at the exhaust pipe! Look at the lines! Look at the stickers!

Russia here I come!!!

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1976 Alfetta GT. Twin 45 Dellortos. Alfetta maintainence drug while Cecilla gets restored.
1978 Alfetta GT. Ex Keith Martin, and getting a nice set of Euro Bumpers along with the rest of the good parts off the '76.
ON HOLD 196x Lancia Flaminia Sedan - name and the rest TBD.

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79 Spt Sdn. "Griswold" and never-driven '74 Spider sold to Harry Riley
74 Spider "Isabel" traded for "Cecilia" Thanks Ric!
(Look at Isabel now: http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/spid...tml#post565887 !!)
1979 Sport Sedan Alfamatic. Traded to Wilbur for a very sweet bicycle - thanks!
All the parts cars chopped up or sent to Larry...
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Shhhhhhhhh!! I'm here hiding from Stu! If I'm not careful, he might have me deported because I speak Canadian. Can you guys hide me?
Are you still hiding? I have no idea how this quote appeared in my box when I pushed post reply....bb gremlins I guess. Speaking of gremlins, they go right along with these other "ugly" cars that have been posted lately. Did this thread suddenly change to the "ugly" car thread?

Where's Evelyn's son and or daughter? How is her kingdom surviving with her untimely and unfortunate demise?

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Are you still hiding? I have no idea how this quote appeared in my box when I pushed post reply....bb gremlins I guess. Speaking of gremlins, they go right along with these other "ugly" cars that have been posted lately. Did this thread suddenly change to the "ugly" car thread?

Where's Evelyn's son and or daughter? How is her kingdom surviving with her untimely and unfortunate demise?
Not to change the subject AGAIN, BUT how did Dexter (DS), MI. get its name from being on opposite side of the road from the left side (SN)? Going in which direction, north?

I wonder how did those "going south" and "sinister" things get started away? OK, sorry I know only one tangent allowed at a time on this thread.

And here I thought DS and SN only applied to my Alfa Parts Catalog.

Sinister & dexter and this doesn't even get into the whole other area of sitting on the right hand side of things.

So if I am not sitting on the right side of my LHD Alfa is that why I am sometimes in my right mind? I do not do well if not in the driver's seat. Anybody else have that problem? Anybody else have a teenage driver in the family?
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