I caught that last night (sorry, not a football fan) and they described it
as a "Dushinberger (sp), made in Luxembourg" I think. I like Larry's idea
though. Unfortunately, since Home Improvement left the air enthusiast cars
don't get much respect.
64 MK II Sprite - HRBYTOY (under construction/de-construction)
From Larry Macy [mailto:macy at bblmail.psycha.upenn.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2000 1:11 PM
Subject: Re: LBC on TV
If it is the episode I am thinking it was a Mini. And they were making fun
of it as a lousy car with no power and poor handling. It was a red and white
very clean example of a Mini. To bad they didn't play it for what it was
worth. Can you imagine the sit-com fun you could have in a Mini driving the
doors off the neighbors 'vette?
At this exact moment in time 12/19/00 3:42 PM, "Glen Byrns"
<email@example.com> made the profound statement:
> Channel surfing during a time-out on Monday night football, I spotted a
> looking right hand drive
> LBC on some sitcom (King of Queens?). The plot seemed to be making fun of
> it, and the desperate
> attempts to get rid of it. It looked to be in great condition, a red
> ??? sedan.
> Anybody else see it? What was it? Luckily the show ended in time to see
> great finish to the
> football game. My wife couldn't believe I was watching a sit-com on
> night until she came
> into the room and saw the car. Happily she found it to be "not as cute as
> Winifred" (her Traveller).
> Glen Byrns
> '59 bugeye
> '59 Morris Traveller (Winifred)
Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
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Philadelphia, PA 19104
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