I dunno Scott... I don't even think any of your Sereis 3's will even
make it off the line! :-)
Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati
>>> <firstname.lastname@example.org> 06/18/02 12:40PM >>>
We'll settle this once and for all at the Invasion. All the Series 3
line up on one side, and all the Series II owners line up opposite.
we'll simply charge!
Series 3s are Superior
<bob.berghult@lmco To: "'Jan Eyerman'"
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06/18/02 10:25 AM
Please respond to
If we keep this up we'll be back at the invention of the wheel.
Senior Research Engineer
Series II, B9119501 LSRX SB 30 (wife's)
Series 3, B9203825 LRX GT 39 (son's)
Series IV, B9405637 LRX 39 (mine)
From: Jan Eyerman [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 18, 2002 11:15 AM
To: jumpinjan; Ian Spencer
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Subject: Re: [Re: Old Sunbeam tale]
Hmmmm, if it wasn't for the Hillman Minx there would never have been a
Rapier or Hillman Husky, so there never would have been an Alpine! In
if the Minx had not been so successful back in the thirties, there
have been a Rootes Group!
1962 Hillman Minx Series IIIC Convertible
1973 Hillman Avenger DL
jumpinjan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Ian Spencer wrote:
> Sereis II's RULE! - Ian
Well, Series I's rule the Sunbeam world. If it wasn't for the series
there would be no seriesII, III, Tigers and so on. So Dude, THEY are
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