Date: Sun, 09 Apr 2000 11:27:38 GMT
From: Laurie Cowcher <viggen_convnopsamail.com>
Subject: Re: Bras - viggen&bra.jpg (0/1)


Checkout www.carbra.com.au I am on to my 2nd BRA without problem. 1st on 1997 Black 900SE Talledaga Convertible, and 2nd on 1999 Blue Viggen Convertible. I don't use daily, only on long road trips. It is much easier to scrub bugs and road tar off vinyl than expensive paint work. When I purchased, I was advised not to leave on for extended periods. I highly recommend. Laurie Cowcher "LLanos" <newsnopsamo.com> wrote: >Hmmmm thanks for the info, you probably have a good point there. > >The reason I wanted one was because I take a very long trip on Mondays 6 hrs >round trip. >The bugs and the trucks on this road have taken a toll on my truck and I >didn't want the same fate for my new car. > >So I was hoping to just put a bra on, make the trip and remove around town >once I was home. > >Thanks > ><TimeRangernopsam.com> wrote in message >news:=yTuOJKkFWUuJ72nnGWWFkp8XgF9nopsamcom... >> On Fri, 7 Apr 2000 09:23:19 -0700, "LLanos" <newsnopsamo.com> wrote: >> >> >Does anyone know where I can purchase a bra for my 2000 9-3 Convertible. >> >I'm in California, but I can mail order it if I need to. >> > >> >Thanks >> > >> >> Don't know where, but I can tell you that you will screw up the paint >> job to the point where the bra will either have to be permanent or a >> paint job will be in order. The reason is fading. I know several >> people who left the bra on for the duration of the summer. By fall, >> the car was noticeably "2-tone" and even after a year of going >> "bra-less" the color difference was still there. Red painted cars are >> the worst for this. >> >> -- >> "Our eyes and hands and feet will give us the same assistance in doing >> mischief as in doing good; but it would not therefore be better for the >> world, that all mankind were blind and lame. Arms are not to be laid >> aside by honest men, because carried by assassins and ruffians; they are >> to be used the rather for this very reason." >> >> -George Campbell (1719-1796) >

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