From: Scotty on 2 Apr 2007 06:52
"John McKenzie" <jmac(a)alphalink.com.au> wrote in message
> Noddy wrote:
>> "Daryl Walford" <user(a)example.net> wrote in message
>> > What a waste of a good Celica and a lot of plastic.
>> > The seller is stretching his luck by stating that it was manufactured
>> > by
>> > Ferrari, he also described the carbies as SU's which they aren't.
>> He obviously doesn't have a clue, which would explain why anyone would
>> subject a perfectly good Celica to such an abortion of a body job :)
> what carbies are on there - I'm thinking dellortos, but can't be sure?
> John McKenzie
Twin side draft Mukuni Solex I think.
From: atec77 "atec77 on 2 Apr 2007 08:52
> atec77 wrote:
>>> Almost. Change "idiot" to "clown". Oh, and that's my opinion, not the
>>> translation of the sentence in atec... :-p
>> Guess what I think of the whole thing .
> WHo cars ?
remind me again
who r u ?
From: Noddy on 2 Apr 2007 09:26
"Athol" <me(a)privacy.net> wrote in message
> While I struggle with the translation from 2-headed Tasmanian troll to
> and I agree that the latter sentence is definately in atec, I'm not
> convinced that the latter is the translation of the former. :-)
I was just taking a guess that it'd be about as relevant to anything else.
> Almost. Change "idiot" to "clown". Oh, and that's my opinion, not the
> translation of the sentence in atec... :-p
From: Noddy on 2 Apr 2007 09:27
"atec77" <"atec77 "@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> Guess what I think of the whole thing .
From: Fraser Johnston on 2 Apr 2007 23:49
"Noddy" <dg4163@(nospam)dodo.com.au> wrote in message
> "Daryl Walford" <user(a)example.net> wrote in message
>> I remember seeing kits advertised somewhere (possibly a Pommy kit car mag)
>> for that "Ferrari" conversion so unfortunately that may not be a one of.
> I've actually seen one before, but it was *years* ago, and thought that good
> taste might have seen to any of them existing today.
>> If it was done as a bit of a joke then it would be good for a laugh but the
>> clown selling that thing seemed to be serious.
> If I remember correctly, the company making (or selling) them in Australia
> used to advertise in a few of the popular car mags, with catchy phrases like
> "impress women" and "people can't tell the difference".
> Obviously some people can't :)
Only people with guide dogs and Helen Keller.