This will work...

Discussion in 'Spamalot!' started by BRMFUN, Jan 6, 2019.

  1. BRMFUN

    BRMFUN Fun in a BRuM Moderator Member

  2. Roverlike

    Roverlike Garvin in Disguise Moderator Member

    :rofl2: :hysteria:

    But actually that might work, although I am not sure how that would work on Tesco car park, or similar Supermarket car park.
    However, :rofl2: :hysteria:
     
  3. BRMFUN

    BRMFUN Fun in a BRuM Moderator Member

    They were in a supermarket car park when I saw these, I think it’s a good idea, people in grey and silver euroboxes don’t give a flying f... about their or other people s cars, it has to at least help!?
     
  4. peasantslife

    peasantslife Member Member

    Are they something like a curtain side airbag which deploys when touched? to bounce the aggressor away? Or even some home made fertilizer explosive. My friend M Dufour, first name France actually blew himself up playing with fertilizer and matches as a nipper!
     
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  5. GT-

    GT- Serious Urban Legend Member

    I think Citroen did it better...
     
  6. Fast Alan

    Fast Alan Mr September Staff Member Member

    What's to stop people just nicking them ?
     
  7. BRMFUN

    BRMFUN Fun in a BRuM Moderator Member

    They have a wire that goes in the door appature, and I assume secures inside!
     
  8. BRMFUN

    BRMFUN Fun in a BRuM Moderator Member

    How about this instead......

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  9. clansman

    clansman BRM Lover

  10. Fast Alan

    Fast Alan Mr September Staff Member Member

  11. Fast Alan

    Fast Alan Mr September Staff Member Member

    Or you could just buy something French :)

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  12. garythesnail

    garythesnail Drives a real bubble.

    The could be a genuine prop from I Robot.......maybe?
     
  13. garythesnail

    garythesnail Drives a real bubble.

    I may have to buy something French again. First car was a mid-engined Renault 5................ no, not that mid-engined one - all the MK I Renault 5s were mid-engined - gearbox in front of the in-line engine. It's the closest I'll ever get to a supercar unless a Bugatti Veyron T-bones me at a junction.

    I also look back fondly upon my Peugeot company cars - bog standard 306 with no turbo, no A/C and keep fit windows (L295 FDW) which I had from new when I was 23 and following that had a 405 with turbo and A/C (M118 FMW) and were really good cars - excellent balance between comfort and handling.
     
  14. BRMFUN

    BRMFUN Fun in a BRuM Moderator Member

    I had several Renault 5s as company cars when I worked there, I started with Clio’s and Megan’s but they were dull so had 5s instead! They thought I was mad :laugh:
     
  15. peasantslife

    peasantslife Member Member

    And another back to front pony pac is the Traction Avant, which morphed into the DS/ID and if you want it a little more commercial the flying dustbin HY. I concur, 405's were a hoot, we owned dozens of them at one time, my last was an Exec Estate 1.9TD, but my favourite was a lowly 405x4 which we put a 2.2 diesel into.....
     
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  16. GT-

    GT- Serious Urban Legend Member

    Is everyone going back to their Rootes?
     
  17. Fast Alan

    Fast Alan Mr September Staff Member Member

    I have never had anything French,not for any particular reason,just always had Fords, Triumph,Leyland or MGR's
     
  18. peasantslife

    peasantslife Member Member

    When I was 17 I had a Hunter 1725GT, but it wasnt well looked upon at school, so I flogged it and got a 3 year old Hillman Imp.
     

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