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    Post by Baruney on Wed Sep 16 2015, 19:15

    Hola

    This guy isn't diabetic so why have I posted it here.

    I don't know but I like his thinking....

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    Post by Eddie on Wed Sep 16 2015, 19:41


    Jeez if I drive 200 Km I need a day or so in bed. The product of a reckless youth and an even more debauched middle age. No wonder I became a diabetic and a gibbering wreck. But I would not have missed it for the world.


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    Post by Baruney on Wed Sep 16 2015, 19:59

    Maybe you should get an automatic. The skoda yeti seems to be the saga louts vehicle of choice to get them to to the front of the queue at aldi on Thursday bargain day down here on saga central.
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    Post by Eddie on Wed Sep 16 2015, 20:06

    Baruney wrote:Maybe you should get an automatic. The skoda yeti seems to be the saga louts vehicle of choice to get them to to the front of the queue at aldi on Thursday bargain day down here on saga central.

    One of my sons outfits sells around 25 Skoda's a week, long may he do so. I am more of an Ariel Atom man, Check this out. Stark raving mad, but what a way to go.



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    Re: Skin in the game

    Post by Baruney on Wed Sep 16 2015, 20:34

    Very cool. 600 bhp for under 20k bargain. Indeed stark raving mad as you say and as for the car....bonkers!

    Please whatever you do do not let Hythe mobility in the high street see this clip.

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