Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

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Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Postby roffekof » 09 Apr 2012, 17:35

Hello all from the home town of Volvo. After driving these cars for over 40 years I look for more excitements in my life. Peugeot Partner 1.9D -01 and Citroen C4 1.6 EGS -07 are my new friends in my mobile life. Nice to be here on this forum!
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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Postby myglaren » 09 Apr 2012, 17:46

Hej på dig :) :welc:
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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Postby R9UKE » 10 Apr 2012, 21:13

I have a guilty soft spot for the big Swedes :)

Welcome!
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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Postby Citroenmad » 10 Apr 2012, 21:20

Welcome to the forum :-D

I too like a good Volvo, which models have you owned in the past?
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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Postby Seehund » 17 Apr 2012, 19:55

Hello everybody! I suppose this is the "new Gothenburger on board" thread, so here I am. Another Gothenburger, that is. Good to be here!

Volvo? I've heard of those. They're Chinese, aren't they? :)
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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Postby roffekof » 20 Apr 2012, 10:33

myglaren wrote:Hej på dig :) :welc:
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Hej och tack för välkomnandet! Många skandinaver på forumet ser jag!
/Rolf
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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Postby roffekof » 20 Apr 2012, 10:53

Citroenmad wrote:Welcome to the forum :-D

I too like a good Volvo, which models have you owned in the past?

Hi! My Volvo history: Volvo 244L 1977- 1998 (330000 km), Volvo 164 GLE-75 (82-84), Volvo 245D-82 (84-86), Volvo 745GL-86 (86-89), Volvo 745GLE-86 (89-03), Volvo 850-96 (99-2010). I have still one Volvo 360GLE-86 in use. And now French cars!!
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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Postby roffekof » 20 Apr 2012, 11:12

Seehund wrote:Hello everybody! I suppose this is the "new Gothenburger on board" thread, so here I am. Another Gothenburger, that is. Good to be here!

Volvo? I've heard of those. They're Chinese, aren't they? :)

Hi! I don´t like to drive "rice cookers" :).
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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Postby CitroJim » 20 Apr 2012, 12:32

roffekof wrote:Hi! I don´t like to drive "rice cookers" :).


Unless it's a Nissan Skyline or any Nissan with SX or ZX at the end of it's name 8-)

Took a lady-friend out for her birthday last evening and spotted a lovely Skyline in the restaurant car park. I drooled and dribbled :P Lady-friend just thought it was ugly :twisted:
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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Postby myglaren » 20 Apr 2012, 16:24

roffekof wrote:
myglaren wrote:Hej på dig :) :welc:
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Hej och tack för välkomnandet! Många skandinaver på forumet ser jag!
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Ja då, dock inte Jag bara.
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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Postby Ratheram » 20 Apr 2012, 21:51

[-X We are getting a bit confused here...

RICER
The pejorative is often intended to denigrate cars which have been modified cosmetically to give a false impression of high performance, but are not actually capable of it. The accusation behind this is that the car has been customized with the intent to fool people. The term is most often used against East Asian-made vehicles where the population is presumed to subsist on a diet of rice (quote of wikipedia)

It was an american term, you have the muscle, import (audi/bmw/porsche/etc) and asian car types. When your on a track in your Camero SS with all sorts of shiney supercharger out the bonnet thinking your the nuts and a Honda CRX beats you, yeah, there is going to be some name calling. With the growth of illegal race cultures all over the world, terms get confused. In england a ricer is a car chavved up with bodykit, neons and that tat. Its quite like if your doing a "Wangan run" in the UK. No, your not in Japan on 1 of their well known motorways, your just doing a top speed run to see who can get the fastest between 2 points on a motorway.

Just to clear it up for you lot :-D
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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Postby CitroJim » 20 Apr 2012, 22:18

Ratheram wrote:Just to clear it up for you lot :-D


Thanks for clearing that one up Ratheram :-D :-D :-D
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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Postby Ratheram » 20 Apr 2012, 22:43

Have to include this, so rude not to. How is this a ricer or rice cooker?!?!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCn4vXuUq88

the 1000bhp is a lie, its not that powerful and the 300Kp/h, well, naa...
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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Postby Welshy_Pete » 20 May 2012, 14:35

Hello welcome to the french car forum.
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