Postby superunknownman on Thu 1/Jun/06 8:55pm

bah, itll be fine.... :paranoid:
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Postby Datsane on Thu 1/Jun/06 10:54pm

mikey wrote: i'd have blurred the company name too! :lol:
Free advertising :paranoid:
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Postby Dougal on Fri 2/Jun/06 7:29pm

New wagon for Dougal and Tiostrea. :thumbsup:

1998 Nissan Avenir, same platform as the primera (W11) but cheaper and roomier in the back.
1.8 auto, really wanted a manual but the only manual one I found was rooted.
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Postby Lamedoggo on Fri 2/Jun/06 7:30pm

I love cars that are cheap in the back!

Noice!

:cool:
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Postby badnuz on Fri 2/Jun/06 8:18pm

not mine but a mates in CHCH damn fine 4wd...... beats riding up the bumpy stuff :)
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Postby Chris_D on Fri 2/Jun/06 8:36pm

This was mine back in Tauranga. Dont need a car in Wellington.
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Postby Mike_the_Hippy on Fri 2/Jun/06 9:39pm

well its like they say , when it comes to downhill wagons its not what it looks like... its how much you can stuff in the bloody thing!!! :p
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Postby Logger on Fri 2/Jun/06 9:41pm

Mike_the_Hippy wrote: well its like they say , when it comes to downhill wagons its not what it looks like... its how much you can stuff in the bloody thing!!! :p


Fecking Jaysus!!
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Postby Malcy on Fri 2/Jun/06 9:57pm

chris, blur your plate fella.
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Postby Chris_D on Fri 2/Jun/06 10:20pm

Malcy wrote: chris, blur your plate fella.


I no longer own the car, nor live at the address where it was photographed.
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Postby happybaboon on Fri 2/Jun/06 10:23pm

He's right though, it's important to blur your numberplate online just in case hundreds of car theives write it down. Of course, for some reason I've never been able to understand, it's perfectly safe to leave your numberplate visible while your car is being driven or when it's sitting on the street - potentially being seen by thousands more criminals.
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Postby Malcy on Fri 2/Jun/06 10:27pm

ok, lets think. mr d has fucked off a few people, hope he doesn't mind me openly flaring here, and if one of those people were off their meds, it'd be all on.

Thats all.

Don't mind other wise.
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Postby Chris_D on Fri 2/Jun/06 10:30pm

Put it this way - if that really concerned me, I wouldn't use my real name and phone number on this board. I have no interest in anonymity.
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Postby happybaboon on Fri 2/Jun/06 10:33pm

I still think it's funny that people take the time to blur numberplate photos on teh internet.

I'm picking it was started in the same manner as the "put a soft drink bottle half-filled with water on your lawn" theory as a mean joke on stupid people that became wildly successful.
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Postby Malcy on Fri 2/Jun/06 10:34pm

but i rang that number and got an asian lady who said she'd love me long time.... ;)
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