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    Default New (Green Electric) Off Road French Car

    This is something out of left field! Very cleverly engineered and obviously very capable. When I have to get a scooter I'll want one of these!

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    Icon14 Now that is a fun machine

    Reminds me of the Donvale mud trials of yesteryear, just the thing for the OAP's and rough riding.

    Lot of fun in that...

    I reckon that Bob would be able to keep up with the missus and trike around Skipton too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenfuego View Post
    Reminds me of the Donvale mud trials of yesteryear, just the thing for the OAP's and rough riding.

    Lot of fun in that...

    I reckon that Bob would be able to keep up with the missus and trike around Skipton too

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    I remember the Austin 7 Club Park Orchards Mud Trials but the exact date and exact whereabout is gone from storage.
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    I couldn't see the mowing deck & blades ?

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    The first thing I thought about when I watched that clip (thankfully with no rock and roll music accompaniment - what's the go with that?) was the greatest impost to performance was the driver.

    This thing is screaming for remote operation, where lightness and capability open up all kinds of interesting potentials.

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    and a gun.
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    The only negative I see is the long, rugged walk home when the battery karks it.

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    What an amazing machine, a lot of thought has gone into the suspension keeping the wheels in constant contact with the ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robmac View Post
    I remember the Austin 7 Club Park Orchards Mud Trials but the exact date and exact whereabout is gone from storage.
    They Live, one this coming weekend at Healesville future ones list here Mud Trial Directions
    This weekend is the John Pryce so it may find a few coming out of the woodwork.
    Those people that say I know - generally don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Boulton View Post
    They Live, one this coming weekend at Healesville future ones list here Mud Trial Directions
    This weekend is the John Pryce so it may find a few coming out of the woodwork.
    That would have to one of very worst websites I've ever seen. The person who created it must have worn sunglasses.

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    It's actually readable and well laid out though, so I give it a tick. This is garish - MSY-The name you can trust-More than 17 yrs In IT industry-Nationalwide branches serve you & offer the best IT price everyday

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    I know which site has more hits and whose owner makes most money.

    Any hard core MSY user uses the pdf list which has been laid out in the same format for around 15 years. I've been dealing with Andrew Shiau , since he was sole trader, in a small shop, near Monash Uni Caulfield.

    http://cdn.msy.com.au/Parts/PARTS.pdf
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    both versions are an unnecessary assault on the senses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robmac View Post
    That would have to one of very worst websites I've ever seen. The person who created it must have worn sunglasses.
    Or had too many glasses - it is a bit of a shocker
    Those people that say I know - generally don't.

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