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    off like a bride's nightie.
    Even in Melbourne's unseasonably cold weather ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robmac View Post
    Even in Melbourne's unseasonably cold weather ?
    Dunno about you Rob, no matter wot comes off, its under the doona and on top of the warm electric blanket for us traditionalists

    But then your air conditioning might allow naked romps these days

    Good luck to you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenfuego View Post
    Dunno about you Rob, no matter wot comes off, its under the doona and on top of the warm electric blanket for us traditionalists

    But then your air conditioning might allow naked romps these days

    Good luck to you
    Very much wishful thinking these days.
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    Worth truckloads...fabulous effort...known a few owners...but we're the words of one of the Bolwell guys something like Enzo Ferrari..they are not very good.I appreciate that Enzo respected. Peugeot enough to be his favorite car...and benchmark for ride..suspension ..handling...where our average Aussie hero...is normally totally unaware of any difference......

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