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2/22/20
4:04 PM
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You described one significant reason I lust after an Alpine A110 more than a Porsche 917: the Alpine is all aluminium. Same again for the carbon and aluminium BMW i3.

2/19/20
4:23 PM
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I’ll bet it was a Dutch brochure. Not just because those seem to pop up on this site all the time, but also because the R4 was known as the “doghouse” in Dutch.

2/18/20
4:09 PM
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Transaxle first had been common since the Citroën Traction Avant, which was the first mass produced FWD unibody family car.

2/18/20
4:00 PM
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The ad copy makes a pointed reference to being ‘a real car’ with four seats and a hatch. Pretty sure that contemporaries would pick up on the shade.

2/16/20
1:03 PM
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Meanwhile, in Britain, folk were already enjoying their outta-this-world Anglia 105Es

2/15/20
4:06 PM
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Oh, shush. We don’t want everybody to known that the US car industry has been making basically the same thing since 1932.

2/13/20
6:56 PM
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What does Jaguar use for their engine mounts- cheese!?

2/13/20
10:58 AM
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My little 33 year old hooptie does all of things that gadget does right out of the box. Are we really making progress here?

2/12/20
5:03 PM
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Some Japanese people just loooove that old rose type pink. Maybe it’s a thing in other Asian markets as well?

2/12/20
12:32 PM
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My pal lived in the German Democratic Republic (i.e. East Germany) itself. Zwickau was just a couple of hours away.

2/11/20
7:44 PM
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Citroën Kegresses were also popular with some estates in Scotland. They were often the only thing that could go on the boggy moors and come back.

2/1/20
4:35 PM
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You’re completely correct, and thank you for calculating it through. I’d only add that it’d probably take a bit longer still because you’ll likely need electricity to run domestic appliances as well.
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2/1/20
12:28 PM
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I’ve always quite fancied full electric RVs, but that’s assuming a very different kind of #vanlife: one in which where you go and when is determined by the charge in your batteries.

2/1/20
12:05 PM
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Ooh, the new 6 cylinder Boxster GTS 4.0?