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Sorry Guy's n Girl's

had to post it full up to the top



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QUOTE(Kaine @ Jun 5 2005, 02:35 PM)plus it makes the Atheos look small like that
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did you have your test drive and when do you get it ????
 

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QUOTE(Kaine @ Jun 5 2005, 03:07 PM)going this week - one afternoon - probably Tues or Friday.
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i assume of course you have invited the wife ?????

i found fiarly hard to explian but jane has now started talking to me agian

but on the down side jane now wants a jeep thing the pt cruiser, any comments from the forum

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QUOTE(Buster @ Jun 5 2005, 04:41 PM)i assume of course you have invited the wife ?????

i found fiarly hard to explian but jane has now started talking to me agian

but on the down side jane now wants a jeep thing the pt cruiser, any comments from the forum

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Wife knows, but is not coming. After I originally decided to go for the test drive and posted on here, Fiona and Ross got me thinking about a Mini for Clare - I mentioned it to her, and now she likes the idea - she is planning a test drive in a Cooper S shortly. This may scupper my plans some what.

My Sister is a big fan of the PT Cruiser - personally I wouldn't as the build quality is not the best - IMHO

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PT is certainly unique. You either love it it hate it. Personally I actually think it's styling has a certain charm. Beyond that I have no input, never driven one, don;t know anyone who had, and for that matter never even parked next to one.

 

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QUOTE(Buster @ Jun 5 2005, 02:34 PM)Sorry Guy's n Girl's

had to post it full up to the top

Rich
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It would make a great platform for cleaning to upstairs windows - or the loft windows for that matter. Wife at the air suspension controls - going up?

 

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QUOTE(Buster @ Jun 5 2005, 04:41 PM)i assume of course you have invited the wife ?????

i found fiarly hard to explian but jane has now started talking to me agian

but on the down side jane now wants a jeep thing the pt cruiser, any comments from the forum

Rich
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a PT is a big NO NO in my camp. When tested they were found to be the easiest and quickest car to break into.
 

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QUOTE(Kaine @ Jun 5 2005, 07:17 PM)Wife knows, but is not coming.? After I originally decided to go for the test drive and posted on here, Fiona and Ross got me thinking about a Mini for Clare - I mentioned it to her, and now she likes the idea - she is planning a test drive in a Cooper S shortly.? This may scupper my plans some what.

My Sister is a big fan of the PT Cruiser - personally I wouldn't as the build quality is not the best - IMHO

Kaine
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well done to your wife Kaine cracking move she has made going for a test drive in the MINI.

As long as she remmebers the car is designed to stick to the road and whip round those corners super quick and the whine from the super charger.

The best part she would have one of the coolest cars on the road. IMHO.
 

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QUOTE(ScottieTreg @ Jun 5 2005, 08:48 PM)well done to your wife Kaine cracking move she has made going for a test drive in the MINI.

As long as she remmebers the car is designed to stick to the road and whip round those corners super quick and the whine from the super charger.

The best part she would have one of the coolest cars on the road. IMHO.

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Wife was looking at a 206 or 307 convertible next time, but maybe the new mini soft top would be a good choice. She can wait though, treg comes first


 

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I bet Fiona was expecting a scotish thread with a title like that!

 

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QUOTE(Mikey @ Jun 5 2005, 09:06 PM)I bet Fiona was expecting a scotish thread with a title like that!


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Mikey you watched TAKE THE HIGH ROAD
could nae stand the programme myself
although Luss is a nice area.
 

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QUOTE(Mikey @ Jun 5 2005, 11:48 PM)Not quite old enough, but my parents told me sufficient?



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ehh take the high road only went off screen a couple of years ago.
 

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COOPER S good choice just like fiona said they are made to be driven, if she just wants an easy run around i would suggest just a cooper with all the works
 

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its good fun spending someone else' money hey kaine
 
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QUOTE(ross911rmk @ Jun 6 2005, 04:26 PM)its good fun spending someone else' money hey kaine
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Ross,

Thats what my wife says


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QUOTE(ScottieTreg @ Jun 6 2005, 09:02 AM)ehh take the high road only went off screen a couple of years ago.?
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I'm VERY young then


How long did it run for? I'm sure I remember my parents watching it when I was a nipper (that's about 25 years ago).


 
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