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Postby Shellysowner » 12 Feb 2007, 14:07

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Doive wrote:I remember last summer being in another Chevette with a quite mad driver, and we were drifting round A class roads at 65mph with the tail sliding progressively on the corners. It was fantastic.

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Postby Doive » 12 Feb 2007, 14:14

Oh yes. Now I see what you meant. Looks superb mate, definitely with!
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Postby Neilyman » 12 Feb 2007, 14:15

Defo with :)
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Postby ross.cheeks » 12 Feb 2007, 14:19

my mates got a 900 turbo its the carlson in black.
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Postby CancerWagon » 15 Feb 2007, 01:07

Matches and compliments the other black bits on the car. Never leave home without it! :)
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Postby 1000er » 15 Feb 2007, 20:01

live with or without a saab? or whats the question? :P :P :P
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Postby Shellysowner » 15 Feb 2007, 20:33

1000er wrote:live with or without a saab? or whats the question? :P :P :P


Look carefully at the pics Thommy :P
Doive wrote:I remember last summer being in another Chevette with a quite mad driver, and we were drifting round A class roads at 65mph with the tail sliding progressively on the corners. It was fantastic.

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Postby Galgeth » 15 Feb 2007, 21:30

With IMHO
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Postby chris(not) » 16 Feb 2007, 00:39

With..... as long as the gas struts are up to it :D
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Postby Doive » 04 Mar 2007, 01:42

Did you get this little beauty fitted in the end up Ralph?

Or are you like me - back room full of new and used parts for the Saab, all waiting their turn to be fitted when I get a spare fortnight?
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Postby Herbie_Flowers » 04 Mar 2007, 13:13

does the SCAB have enough power so as not to end up going slower with it fitted :P :lol:
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Postby Shellysowner » 04 Mar 2007, 20:36

To be honest I haven't really had the time to fit it yet - nor have I decided whether I like it or not.

Nick, you know every inch of spoiler adds 10bhp :roll:
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Postby Chevette Girl » 20 Apr 2007, 23:02

I normally think those look silly, but the ar$e end of a Saab needs all the help it can get...
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Postby Shellysowner » 21 Apr 2007, 11:16

Chevette Girl wrote:I normally think those look silly, but the ar$e end of a Saab needs all the help it can get...


What are you saying about my Saab AJ? *looks hurt*
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Postby Doive » 21 Apr 2007, 19:47

Is that all Saabs, or just Ralph's? If it's just his I'm not too bothered... :P
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Postby Chevette Girl » 22 May 2007, 13:16

Nope, it's nothing personal, I'm quite liberal in my hypothesis that all Saab rear ends are ucking fugly... of course, I detest Porsches too (there's one model whose name I can't remember that's somewhat tolerable and doesn't have a bubble-butt, might be a 911), so some would argue that I've been in love with Chevettes for too long and have no taste whatsoever when it comes to car styles...

I will give you that Saabs are amazingly faithful steeds though, friends of mine, starving stoodants at the time, had an old one ("Betsy") for two years and never put any parts in her the entire time they drove her, not sure but that might have included oil filters! :shock:
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