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RE: engine seems OK
From: firstname.lastname@example.org on behalf of Phil Payne
Sent: 10 August 1997 18:46
Subject: engine seems OK
>"I'm sick of that car," says she. "It's about time we got one that doesn't
>need this kind of pampering."
>So - I offer the task to the list. Anyone know of a car that doesn't
>"pampering" with new rear brake pads every 41000 (I checked the >invoice
How about a Reliant Robin? dont have to use the brakes at all in them.
Otherwise anything with rear drums.
Bet you get this one too :-
"Why is our car always the oldest one in the street/car park*"
* delete where appropriate
Warning - the answer "At least it's paid for" can be used in divorce cases.
Unreasonable behaviour - "He drove me around in a 5 year old car and refused
to buy a newer one"
I still drive the oldest car in the street - but now its an 88 Ur quattro
Maybe divorce does have its benefits after all.