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Postby spyke » 31 Dec 2005, 23:47

WOTS EVERYONE UPTO IN THE NEW YEAR?
"ORDER SOME GOLF SHOES OTHERWISE WELL NEVER GET OUT OF THIS PLACE ALIVE"

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Postby Tortron » 01 Jan 2006, 02:10

in 4 days i go off to outward bound for 3 weeks (http://www.outwardbound.co.nz)
any suggestions of what to do to store my chevette for that 3 weeks

then after that i start uni, 4 years to get my bach of science
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Postby Neilyman » 01 Jan 2006, 09:59

Tortron wrote:any suggestions of what to do to store my chevette for that 3 weeks


Just park it...& don`t leave the hand brake on! :)
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Postby Herbie_Flowers » 01 Jan 2006, 20:12

disconnect the battery maybe
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Postby Doive » 02 Jan 2006, 21:53

Demolish your living room wall, drive the car in and brick it all up again. Explain to your parents that you can't possibly remove it, because there is a wall in the way. Then when you get back, simply demolish the other wall (to avoid the hassle of reversing) and drive the car out. Simple.
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Postby Tortron » 03 Jan 2006, 04:59

it would acctually fit in my room as i have been forced to get rid of/ hide from them all my stuff

tho our house is weatherboard and about 1.5m off the ground

il just put it in the shed minus the battery
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Postby Doive » 03 Jan 2006, 13:19

Tortron wrote:1.5m off the ground

Park it under the house??
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Postby shuvit-tim » 03 Jan 2006, 20:36

i'm jobhunting

what degree you doing tortron?
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Postby hsr2.6 » 03 Jan 2006, 20:39

same sh1t different day
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Postby Tortron » 03 Jan 2006, 21:14

Doive wrote:
Tortron wrote:1.5m off the ground

Park it under the house??


even without wheels im doubtful it could be that tall, (1.2 is closer to the mark)

doing a BSc, in biotech
fun fun.

oh and im heading off tonite down to anakiwa to outwardbound (read: 2 hours to get to the bus station, 7 hours on said bus, 2-3 hours on the ferry to the south island, 30min drive to the school)

oh and this all starts at 7pm tonight :?


at least when i come back (3weeks) there will be plenty of serious and insightful chevettes.com conversation to catch up on :lol:
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Postby Doive » 04 Jan 2006, 13:23

Tortron wrote:serious and insightful chevettes.com conversation

You're on the wrong forum mate. Have a good one at outwardbound.
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Postby Chevette Girl » 07 Jan 2006, 06:19

On the first day of the year, I drove my boyfriend's brother into town to get his spare keys, as we discovered while installing his stereo in his new truck that disconnecting and reconnecting the battery causes the auto locks to lock... and further dithering with the battery results in the alarm going off :oops: of course, the other truck was blocked into the garage by the locked one so my RWD beast had to come to the rescue... Had to take a good run at a couple of the hills on the camp road, but we got the keys... On the 2nd, we (me, my boyfriend and my Chevette) drove home from Sudbury, 500 km... now I'm back at work, my extra $ per hour that I got seems to mean that they're expecting me to do paperwork a lot faster than I think I can... :P
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