From: ReSiN8oR on 4 Apr 2007 06:13
Daryl Walford wrote:
> atec77 wrote:
>> I helped a mate find one a couple of years back , it was given to his
>> son as a first car and they did it up to excelent condition (red with
>> mags and black interior) , so anyway he goes to register it
>> and rings me
>> "this Fsking thing is stolen"
>> like its my fault
>> I said
>> but the bloke who gave it had run ( he used to post here as a matter
>> of fact) and eventually it got all sorted and registered after talking
>> to the owner from years ago who "lost it"...
>> I will be more cautious next time .
> It wouldn't be nice spending lots of time and money on a car only to
> find out later it was stolen, I'd burn the thing before giving it back:-)
Many many many moons ago one of dads mates had I think a Datto 1200 ute,
which was rough around the edges but still a very much loved ute, and
had it pinched and never seen again. Understandably he was very pissed
off about it for months. About 9 or 10 months after it went missing he
got a phone call from the cops, informing him they had found his ute.
Went to pick it up from the address given, only to find a brand new
paint job, new bucket seats, mags and engine mods all done to his ute.
He was rapt when he got it back for obvious reasons. I don't remember
the circumstances as to how everything was done to it and how the cops
came across it but it made a bloody good true story nonetheless..
From: OzOne on 5 Apr 2007 05:14
Daryl Walford Wrote:
> > http://www.renohistorics.com/gallery/gallery.html
> Some very nice toys in that lot, too bad most of them are spoiled by
> having the steering wheels on the wrong side:-)
Most of the wortwhile ones either have the wheel in the middle or on
our side...all to do with the direction that most circuits go.
From: Noddy on 5 Apr 2007 05:35
"OzOne" <OzOne.2ok7zs(a)no-mx.phorums.com.au> wrote in message
> Hey Nod...they don't...until I learn what all the clocks mean....unlike
> driving a car, you actually need an education to drive.
You mean "fly", and no one is actually born knowing how to drive a car.
From: Noddy on 5 Apr 2007 22:52
"the_dawggie" <the_dawggie(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message
> The presidient knows more about what actually happened than
> would ever tell is my guess.
No doubt, but resorting to deliberately blowing up the word trade towers
just so they had the slightest bullshit excuse to get involved in a war they
have no hope in hell of winning is the most extreme and bizarre conspiracy
theory I've ever heard :)
From: John McKenzie on 6 Apr 2007 10:52
> No doubt, but resorting to deliberately blowing up the word trade towers
> just so they had the slightest bullshit excuse to get involved in a war they
> have no hope in hell of winning is the most extreme and bizarre conspiracy
> theory I've ever heard :)
It's more compelling than the 'we need the gst' and 'we will never sell
all of telstra' arguments.
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