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and the rear-view

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Not so bad IMO, in fact put normal wheels on and it would be OK from the rear!! :-D

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A quick rough out makes it much more presentable in my view!! :)
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Hideous!

I think there is a contest among car designers to out-hideous one another.

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Looks like a toy!

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No 4 Top up today<br />Get you noticed in a car park colour
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Identical to my daughter's 'bananamobile' :)
Except for the wheels.

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I have a bit of a liking for the SAAB convertible. Here's another example from a hot day in Helmsley. I think the back end could be improved, looks a bit heavy and in need of lengthening and squashing down a bit.

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Looked on my backup drive but no pictures found. They are probably on one of the mountain of CDs and DVDs here.
Daughter with the yeller SAAB now has a topless Megane - tintop type :)

Her elder sister has an ancient Ford Escort cabriolet, almost as old as she is, and a newish MX5 daily driver.
Again, no pictures of any of them.

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Here's another SAAB convertible, up for sale at Brightwells and with a little badge on the grill which makes it more than the average SAAB convertible

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A nicely presented TR7 up for sale at the weekend at ACA in an unusual colour Triton

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Apart from my daughter's Saab, Megane and Escort, the only other ragtops I have driven were
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Both great fun although the +8 was quite scary.

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The landlord of our local hotel had a plus 8 it twisted in the middle when you jacked it up. :shock: I have a photo of the car here somewhere.

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Cashmere Gold 2100 miles from new



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