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Re: three wheeled car
Listers Hi from Greece,
A lot of you may have seen the three wheeled Reliant Robin turning on its
Mr. Bean is quite usualy pushing a Robin out of the way with his bubblegum
green coloured Mini.
US listers have seen Mr. Bean on cable TV? I know you had the movie in the
States, but have you seen the TV version?
It is really funny but can be rude, indifferent or annoying from time to
From: Phil Payne <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Date: &Pgr;&agr;&rgr;&agr;&sgr;&kgr;&egr;&ugr;&eeacgr;, 2 &Igr;&ogr;&ugr;&lgr;&iacgr;&ogr;&ugr; 1999 12:02 &mgr;&mgr;
Subject: Re: three wheeled car
>In message <email@example.com> "Greg Herrmann" writes:
>> On my way home today I saw a three wheeled car. Very odd for Cincinnati.
>> One wheel in the front and two in the rear. It was right hand drive, had
>> old european plates. I was unable to get behind it to see the make. It
>> have an emblem on the side that had three R's circling it. I have know
>> what I saw and it is driving me nuts! Any one know what this is? Phil
>Reliant? Only three-wheeler I can think of that starts with an 'R'.
>One of their models was the 'Robin'. There's probably an owner's club
>on the web with some pictures. Same company made the Scimitar and the
>death-trap powered invalid carriages you used to see.
>Found the owners club and lots of pictures:
> Phil Payne
> UK Audi quattro Owners Club
> Phone: 0385 302803 Fax: 0870 0883933