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    While you worry about performance, road holding and the death of the hydropneumatic suspension the marketing department of the DS marque is addressing more important issues.
    When the police helicopter is out looking for Breton demonstrators or Basque separatists they need to be able to recognise their cars immediately.

    see this press release.
    http://www.7pm-auto.fr/wp-content/up...EGIONS__VF.pdf

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    The DS3 will be offered with a personalised regional flag on the roof!
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    Gerry, that's wonderful!

    They are marketing properly with what matters to the modern consumer. I wonder if you can send them an image file and get your car personalised!

    Thanks, yet again. You're still in France? If you head to Tassie via Perth do let me know.
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    Yes, we are waiting for the finalisation of the sale of our house and the French paperwork takes months. It is giving me time to get the Panhard rolling again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gerry freed View Post
    Yes, we are waiting for the finalisation of the sale of our house and the French paperwork takes months. It is giving me time to get the Panhard rolling again.
    Ah. Best of luck with both. Love the Panhard.
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    Gerry cant wait until you hit Tassie......

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    Are you shifting back to Australia Your bringing the Hvan, GS and Panhard with you right
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    Gerry sold the H and the GS months ago. Only the Panhard is heading south.
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    not quite correct. The Honda was sold back to Honda and I use the GS as everyday transport.
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