[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
The EXP was an Escort-based (american Escort) 2 seater "sports" car. Had
a very different body and only a flat shelf behind the front seats with a
large, sort of notched hatchback lid. There was a Mercury counterpart
which had a more traditionally shaped hatchback, but the shape was formed
by the glass. Can't remember the name... LN7 maybe? The best way I can
justify them would be to say they were toys for the designers and some
candy for the less well-funded car buyer.
These frog-like creatures graced our roads in the early eighties.
Greenville, SC USA
91 V8q 5-speed
87 Coupe GT
91 200q Avant, in limbo
On Sun, 25 Jul 1999 08:13:26 GMT firstname.lastname@example.org (Phil
>In message <379A85C4.8141453B@concentric.net> Bill Elliott writes:
>> The conventional list wisdom is not to modify the suspension, as the
>> Granada is prone to a handling fault which we refer to as a "spider
>> bite". Something about the differential. However, our UK listers
>> not to have such a problem, so maybe they can help you out here.
>Almost funny. The UK car's major problem was in the ABS. On a truly
>bad surface, it was comparatively easy to lock all four wheels and
>the ABS to sleep. My boss wrote his car off and claimed this was why
>I spent a couple of hours on a frozen parking lot verifying it.
> Phil Payne
> UK Audi quattro Owners Club
> Phone: 0385 302803 Fax: 0870 0883933
Get the Internet just the way you want it.
Free software, free e-mail, and free Internet access for a month!
Try Juno Web: http://dl.www.juno.com/dynoget/tagj.