The Thread about Nothing....

Discussion in 'Australia and New Zealand' started by Hitchy, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. classic1

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    OMG. Laugh? I think I have actually split my side.
     
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    One of my brothers had a Cooper S years ago too. 1275 taken out to 1310. Was full concourse Reston in British Racing Green with the white roof & went like a cut cat.
    Eventually sold it to a bloke in WA who sold his Porsche to buy it coz he had always wanted one since he was a kid & then drove it back across the Nullarbor. That would have been a long noisy trip.
     
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    Same same.
     
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    Yeah - touring car they were not. But so much fun. I had an 1100 with nice ROH knock-offs and it was a hoot. The hydrospastic suspension worked a treat.
     
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    Michael Crashthews
     
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    Haha I thought the same thing, classo. He does seem to have some issues with staying upright
     
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    DPF Les Carlyon.
    And Hal Blaine (never heard of him, but a drumming legend).
     
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    Travelling down to tassie tomorrow for the Oceania Road Championships. There will no doubt be another bunch of lessons ;)
     
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    As long as your the one dishing them out.

    Where in tassie?
     
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    Launceston, Evandale and Railton
     
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    Are you gunna go and cheer him on, 'tags?
     
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    Just Railton, i'm only doing the road race sunday afternoon.
     
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    The steepest bit is Bridle Track Rd - I drive it every day to and from work
     
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