Now don't you believe that we get no snow here - its snowing right now.
OK everyone goes bannanas when ther is half an inch of snow on the roads ..
but - true storey - some years back I lived in the wilds of Northumberland.
There was a snow storm. and when I woke in the morning I couldn't work out
why it was so quiet, and I couldn't see out of the upstairs windows. Had to
dig out and the whole house was buried up to the top of the rooftop.
'course if I had had a judson on the Spridget I would have run the engine
backwards and cleared all the snow before breakfast
From: Elliott, Patrick <PElliott@attws-wr.swest.attws.com>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>; RobertDuquette@compuserve.com
<email@example.com>; 'GMari58175@aol.com' <GMari58175@aol.com>
Date: 16 January 1999 04:57
Subject: RE: Factory Options
>I don't think he was referring to the Judson Blower/ Supercharger, But the
>less well know "Judson white cr*p thrower". which being design in England
>where snow in about as common as datsun 210's with five speeds, it is
>woefully undersized and underpowered.
> Besides the fact that it looks just plain silly mounted off the front
>number plate like that.
>> From: GMari58175@aol.com[SMTP:GMari58175@aol.com]
>> Reply To: GMari58175@aol.com
>> Sent: Friday, January 15, 1999 8:31 PM
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org; RobertDuquette@compuserve.com;
>> Subject: Re: Factory Options
>> In a message dated 1/15/99 8:44:17 PM Eastern Standard Time,
>> << I understand the attaching points do in
>> fact decrease the cars overall value and some minor points will be
>> during concours judging... >>
>> Very funny! Actually properly installed, the Judson blower does not
>> the value of one's sprite, nor cause any deductions during
>> judging...especially when one's the judge.
>> funny the way that works.
>> george marinos
>> sprite MKII supercharged AN6
>> glen rock, nj