Date: 7 Oct 2005 21:02:32 GMT
From: Dave Hinz <DaveHinznospamcop.net>
Subject: Re: SAAB Bi-Power


On Fri, 07 Oct 2005 20:55:34 GMT, Paul Halliday <pjghnospamyonder.co.uk> wrote: > in article 3qo55eFg1hj5U9nospamvidual.net, Dave Hinz at DaveHinznospamcop.net > wrote on 07/10/2005 21:46: >> Sweet, my '63 will be...58-63 horsepower! W00T! > > W00T! Bet thank thing will roar now :) A bullnose 96 is astonishingly nimble even with stock horsepower. GREAT fun in the snow. >>> perhaps 5-10 BHP on a good C900T or 99T. >> >> I need to get that thing on the road, dammit, but the state is _still_ >> dicking me around with the title replacement. > > The 99T? Got a link to any progress? No linky...I'm not too gud with tha interwebs stuff... > Is she fixed up yet ... Apart from the > red tape, of course? Drives great. Er, that is, if it was legal to drive, which it isn't, of course, so I wouldn't consider test driving it. Yea, that's it. Zippy little fscker, I'll tell you. Well, less so after I figured out the wastegate was seized shut, but still zippy now that I fixed that. Which again, I wouldn't know because it's not legal to drive yet. Or something. >>>> P.S. My daughter is a bit put out that you're not the Queen. Can you >>>> make some calls maybe? >> >>> I'm not much into granny cross-dressing, or the accent, but I could try :) >> >> Naah, no point, she'd spot it. Well, she caught on to the "ladies" on >> Monty Python's Flying Circus, anyway. > > It's the Batley Townswomen's Guild that always cracks me up .. I went to > school in Batley! > >> So...ever seen ER? I spent 3 >> months over there in 1991-ish, and she changed my schedule when the two >> of us had a little encounter at Victoria Station... > Our lass Alex Kingston? Yeah, I can "feel that" :) (google) Nope, that's definatly not the lady I saw in the hat and the Rolls Royce. Hm, nice though. Look at those ... eyes... (For the record, her IMDB photo doesn't look like the other ones google pulls up.)

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