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   DatahopaForumMotor SportMotor Sport General DiscussionFancy a drive, darling? On road, off road or in the sea?

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Offline Freddy Topic starter
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Fancy a drive, darling? On road, off road or in the sea?


Not really motor sport, but it seemed to fit here best.   Thought this might interest you guys. BTW if I ever get a super car it would be a TVR.

http://uk.cars.yahoo.com/news/fancy-a-drive--darling--on-road--off-road-or-in-the-sea-.html

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Re: Fancy a drive, darling? On road, off road or in the sea?


When I win the lottery I might have to get one of them, it’s certainly on the list of possible purchases. 

Looks fun  Cool

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That car could easily be a candidate for This Thread! Smiley

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Offline DD1975
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Re: Fancy a drive, darling? On road, off road or in the sea?


I'd love to have one.

One thing though, TVR used to mean "Trouble Very Regularly"

If this was designed by the same people..........

(P.S Lotus used to mean "lots Of Trouble Usually Serious")

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