Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2007 19:15:40 +0100
From: Eeyore <>
Subject: Re: Have Saab reintroduced hatchback yet?

Colin Stamp wrote: > Adrian <> wrote: > >DervMan gurgled happily, sounding much like they were saying : > > > >> The best compromise for by far is a tow ball and a trailer... given > >> how little I need the extra space. > > > >Indeed - who'd want to shove a huge pile of festering building or garden > >rubbish in the boot of a 25k car, anyway? > > I try not to let it fester too much, but whatever car I have has to > occasionally do the tip trip. For the number of times most people have > to do it, a trailer is laughably unjustified when a hatchback will do > the job just as well. Never mind the issue of where you keep the trailer when you're not using it. Surely a trailer in the drive (if you're lucky enough to have one ***) would mark you out as a 'pikey', the very thing that saloon car owners were allegedly trying to avoid. Graham *** some houses in my street here (St Albans) are now selling for 400,000 and only have on street parking with an average of less than one space available per household.

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