Loose many coffee cups?
On 23-Jan-09, at 10:18 PM, Kas Kastner wrote:
> Loved my TR-3. It was just a neat car. Sitting at a stop light,
> sitting my cup of coffee on the ground while waiting for the light
> to change , then lighting a farmer match on the ground and lighting
> a cigarette and picking up my coffee had all the people in back of
> me in stitches. It was Soooooooooooooooo cool. It was a fast racer
> too. I really did loved that car.
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> Sent: Friday, January 23, 2009 3:58 PM
> Subject: Re: [Fot] Why do you race what you race?
>> Just call me crazy but I race a TR3A because that was what was on
>> track when I started watching. After the TR4 came out they all
>> dissapeared because the TR4 was so much better. I think
>> onlookers need to see TR3's on track so they know what helped
>> all this. I am racing the same TR3A that I have had since 1964
>> used to drive to the track to watch. If I was serious about
>> racing I
>> would race a purpose built race car and not a production car.
>> But no
>> one said I had good sense.....
>> Race what is fun for you..
>> Dean T.
>> Jan 23, 2009 01:30:06 PM, email@example.com wrote:
>> Friday afternoon.
>> As I plan, scheme and dream I thought I'd pose the question.
>> Why do you race the particular model of Triumph you have?
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Andre Rousseau - firstname.lastname@example.org
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