Postby Fraser on Sat 1/Oct/05 9:11pm

It's good to know that you have access to guns too
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Postby superunknownman on Sat 1/Oct/05 9:16pm

im talking about far being quite a bit more than 600k's solely on sealed roads....
what is the usual life between changes for a set of tyres on a lav?
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Postby Curious_George on Sat 1/Oct/05 9:18pm

Put it this way - in the three years we've been running them they haven't had new tyres because of lack of tread - some of the wagons are upwards of 80,000kms now.
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Postby pushbikerider on Tue 13/Dec/05 7:15pm

my new ride

1991 FX GT 'rolla
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Postby Oli on Tue 13/Dec/05 7:31pm

'82 Commodore. Can carry five people and 7 bikes if required. :thumbsup:
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Postby MattV on Tue 13/Dec/05 7:32pm

I dont know how but my bike does manage to fit in the boot
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Postby leopold on Tue 13/Dec/05 7:37pm

MATES
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Postby J-man on Tue 13/Dec/05 7:40pm

Oli wrote:'82 Commodore. Can carry five people and 7 bikes if required. :thumbsup:


7 bikes!?! good effort.
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Postby pushbikerider on Tue 13/Dec/05 7:41pm

Oli wrote:'82 Commodore. Can carry five people and 7 bikes if required. :thumbsup:


Nice one man, I had a 3.3litre 1981 wagon as my first car, good fun sidways to be fair :crazy:
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Postby Oli on Tue 13/Dec/05 7:48pm

J-man wrote:
Oli wrote:'82 Commodore. Can carry five people and 7 bikes if required. :thumbsup:


7 bikes!?! good effort.


3 on the roof, 3 on the rear rack and 1 in the boot. :thumbsup:

It's only a 4 cylinder, though. :(

Although it's cheap to run. :)

And it's great to drive! :love:

Note the VORB pimpage on the back and on my bike. :cool:
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Postby dasnoboarder on Tue 13/Dec/05 9:28pm

my mooo
need to put a towbar and bike rack on it tho...
i'm still a learner :blush:
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Postby squished_cat on Tue 13/Dec/05 10:09pm

Oli wrote:Note the VORB pimpage on the back and on my bike. :cool:


But none on the car!
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Postby Oli on Tue 13/Dec/05 10:20pm

squished_cat wrote:
Oli wrote:Note the VORB pimpage on the back and on my bike. :cool:


But none on the car!


Not my back, fool! :D Look above the right-hand indicator, under my bike's VORB logo...










Jeeeesus.
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Postby squished_cat on Tue 13/Dec/05 10:36pm

Oli wrote:Jeeeesus.


Let's celebrate his birthday!
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Postby Oli on Tue 13/Dec/05 10:38pm

squished_cat wrote:
Oli wrote:Jeeeesus.


Let's celebrate his birthday!


Let's call it Chriiiiistmas. :thumbsup:
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