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Old September 20th, 2011, 10:27 AM
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97 D90 ST / 1957 S1 109/ 1983 LS110
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I think i originally posted this under LRs that suck and thats where it belongs.

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Old September 20th, 2011, 10:29 AM
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You are all being too hard on this guy. Put your TATA hat on for a moment and thing about target market. You are not his target market. This thing would sell immediately in rural Mexico, Columbia or Afghanistan. It just needs some decorative dingle balls along the windscreen frame. it is also painted appropriately for nighttime IED emplacement or assassination of press reporters and police.

Oh yeah, and the auto is sweet for being able to drive and hold a weapon. Try shooting an AK-47 out the driver side window with an R380! Did you think of that? did you?

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