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interesting thought phil. here in north america the early "station wagon" ad
campaigns nearly always pictured the vehicle picking up guests and baggage
at the train station.
At 05:57 PM 9/30/99 GMT, you wrote:
>In message <199909301613.MAA21348@audifans.com> Mike Mulholland writes:
>> nope, just the derivation of the word brake (which means a clump of trees or
>> bushes or a hunters blind) as it usage evolved to mean what we call "station
>> wagons" btw how many of us drive our station wagons to the station?
>Think colonialism - Africa and NZ - sheep 'stations', etc.
> Phil Payne
> UK Audi quattro Owners Club
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