Postby xcmph on Mon 30/Oct/06 9:51am

Mines a Leone '85 wagon. Getting dirtier by the week with muddy bike in back.
Best $800 we've spent.
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Postby ShoreBoy on Tue 31/Oct/06 6:19pm

pushbikerider wrote:
ShoreBoy wrote: I've got a little 1.8L Hyundai Lantra for my Woodhill Wagon. It's cheap and economical.
I also have a play car. That one is a 1988 Triumph Lynx kit car. It's a Triumph Herald Chassis, with Toyota Celica (2TG-EU) DOHC engine, 5spd gearbox and Fibreglass body.
Puts out 95.6kW at the wheels, which isn't too much, but it only weighs 660kg!!. :D


That sounds like fun to be had, especially on some of the twisty back roads (or even better, on pukekohe )


Here they are. Meet Lance (the Lantra), and the Lynx. :D

I've seen someone mount a bike rack on a lynx type car. :)
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Postby Mr_Bob on Sun 19/Nov/06 10:41pm

The Bob mobile

96 Nissan Avenir 1.9 litre
with the camp top on the roof, which is my home away from home.
Bought it with 57000 k's, and I've done nearly 10,000 since november last year
Still needs a decent sterio
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Postby Stun on Sun 19/Nov/06 11:29pm

That's a hell of a sunroof!!
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Postby ralf007 on Sun 19/Nov/06 11:51pm

is there a roof in your car and that things on top, or when its up you can stand up in your car?
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Postby jeremyb on Mon 20/Nov/06 8:29am

It looks like a one man tent on the roof? be quite amusing to close it on you at night :lol:
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Postby harlequin on Mon 20/Nov/06 12:23pm

Does the car come with a step ladder to get up there (without scratching your car)?
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Postby Slim on Mon 20/Nov/06 12:42pm

Mr_Bob wrote: I've done nearly 10,000 since november last year



wow............thats alot :lol:


and yes, it looks very camp!!
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Postby Jim on Mon 20/Nov/06 5:28pm

Slim wrote:
Mr_Bob wrote: I've done nearly 10,000 since november last year



wow............thats alot :lol:


and yes, it looks very camp!!



But come on it looked better with the Rockshox sticker


:D
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Postby eryn on Mon 20/Nov/06 5:37pm

new wagon... eeeeeeeee

2006 xtrail.... big blinging now
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Postby Logger on Mon 20/Nov/06 5:42pm

Holy crap thats cool :thumbsup:
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Postby eryn on Mon 20/Nov/06 5:48pm

just another piccy cause i'm super proud haha i can actually afford it!!!

actually uses the same amount of petrol as my 1999 corolla and best part... the interior is sooooooooo easy to wash... most of its just plastic so dirty bikes = no problem
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Postby wachtourak on Mon 20/Nov/06 5:50pm

lol4wdh0m0smallpenislol

Wait...

:p

Nice ride Eryn :thumbsup:
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Postby ShoreBoy on Mon 20/Nov/06 5:58pm

Very nice Nissan!! Lots of room for bikes!!
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Postby Logger on Mon 20/Nov/06 6:01pm

Little Boobaa in her current incarnation. Getting new Munroe Sensatracs tomorrow to go with the Neuspeed Race springs I just purchased.
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