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rhino_ed said:
I'd have felt bad if one of the 80yo's down the street had a heart-attack while I was sitting by the fire
They had 80 years to get a suitable vehicle. enjoy your fire.
:lol: A bit on the cold side, but pretty **** accurate. :thumb:
 

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rhino_ed said:
I'd have felt bad if one of the 80yo's down the street had a heart-attack while I was sitting by the fire
They had 80 years to get a suitable vehicle. enjoy your fire.
OMG... cottage cheese not in my mouth any more.

Nice pic Tim...If that were mine it would be my desktop background.
 

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Greets and respect to all you folks in the US and Europe freezing your butts off, while we Aussies swelter in 30+ DegC (and even 40+ DegC) temps.

None of my Rangies have ever seen snow... last car I had that went in the snow was a front-wheel-drive Mitsubishi Magna/Verada :eek:

I did go chasing snow mid-year in the Rangie, but only found slush and mud. Next year, I might have to go for a run to the Australian Alps... that driving a Rangie in the snow looks like a lot of fun.

Cheers, Paul.
 
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