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Hey John:

Very, very nice Spider. You need to get that tranny working smoothly before you sell that car to me later this summer. I want my door handle back, and the rest of your car too! I like the wheels too.....looks very sharp!

Best Regards,
John M
 

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John M said:
Hey John:

Very, very nice Spider. You need to get that tranny working smoothly before you sell that car to me later this summer. I want my door handle back, and the rest of your car too! I like the wheels too.....looks very sharp!

Best Regards,
John M
You can have the door handle, I want your engine!!!
 

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67GTV said:
Nice looking Spider indeed. How do you like those Yoko ES100's? I've been thinking about getting a set.
I think that they must mold "pavement magnets" into them. They are really exceptionally good. I haven't broken them loose yet (I guess I'm not trying hard enough!)

I've only driven on dry roads so far, they're supposed to be exceptional in the wet. I have Sumitomo HTR Z IIs on my Eclipse, they have a similar tread pattern and are amazing in the wet. I've driven through a number of deluges and they were rock solid.
 

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I think everyone's missed the most interesting feature of Paradiso's spider which is the clear, rear windscreen. Where did you find it? The general.
 
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