On Tue, 01 Jun 2004 06:25:14 GMT, "cp" wrote:
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Two production cars, randomly selected by FIA officials, were used to
undertake the speed records, and apart from the fitting of roll-cages,
racing harnesses and radio equipment for track-to-pits communication,
no other modifications were made to the cars.
Does that mean these cars come covered in those hideous stickers that
look like something a 14 year old adolescent would draw? I guess you
have a choice to make, drive a toy car that does a lot of miles to the
gallon when driven carefully around an oval track. Or buy a car that
uses more fuel but is actually comfortable and doesn't look like
something from the bargain bucket at Toys R Us.
1994 Mercedes E280 [W124] 99,000 miles (R.I.P)
1992 Mercedes 300 SE [W126] 230,000 miles
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