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1st gear 96 mph

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BLT

Somebody forgot to place the decimel point ahead of the 9. Is it too late to sue for false advertising? That's the American thing now.:Dsm00

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chris87

i wonder if it did 96 mph if a slow moving triangle would be sufficient to dive it on the road? think of the money saved on plate and insurance. plus of all the seat time you could have driving to work or the store.

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PGL

And note the shuttling drive "Permits instant reversing in any range without clutching or shifting". Better adjust your seat belt when you change from 96 mph forward!

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goatfarmer

I saw a Craigslist ad several years ago, for someone selling a Simplicity Cavalier RER. I thought they said it would do 40-50 MPH. Had a string attached to the governor.

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jmhusby
quote:Originally posted by timflury

There was no spell and grammar check back then. Just proofreaders.If he saw it, it might have been late on a friday afternoon. :D:D


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id="quote">No, after a 4 beer lunch8D8D

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