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marcus

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Re: Scootacars at the NMCR 2007
« Reply #30 on: September 11, 2007, 07:49:54 pm »
On subject of NMCR myself and Carla had a great time there and enjoyed putting faces to names! Only complaint: if it was a few days longer.....!
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Re: Scootacars at the NMCR 2007
« Reply #31 on: September 11, 2007, 08:22:59 pm »
I'd be delighted to learn of the disable spec Scootacars. Especially with regard to how the mech's were fitted and/or modded..

On Stephens car it appears the steering column is canted back more than standard on a special bracket. But it is a late car with no LEP lights from the works.    It may have been changed on all of them?

I wait with baited breath for you piece...

P.S. Stuart, I think you should endevour to get a Scoot. They have such fantastic styling. I didn't get bored following Grants car for 80miles. Perhaps only a TG has a better rear end aspect. (other than some of the hotties from Girls Aloud!!  Ooh err Missus :-*).
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Re: Scootacars at the NMCR 2007
« Reply #32 on: September 14, 2007, 05:52:21 pm »
For those keenly awaiting the Disabled Scootacar artice, some news. I've had a chat with Stephen (it was indeed him that had the copy of Balkan Roads) and by amazing co-incidence, he has been thinking for quite some time of doing just such an artice for Scootabout, therefore I shall leave this article to him, (in fact I've just given him all the details I have on the things)  as he knows the Scootacar much better than any of us. So what are you waiting for, Scootacar fans? Join the Scootacar Register NOW!!!!  I just have..... 

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Re: Scootacars at the NMCR 2007
« Reply #33 on: September 19, 2007, 12:55:22 pm »
Now all you need is a Scootacar Stuart!!  (At least it can keep up with town traffic as opposed the the Comtesse...)

Perhaps you can give the latter to your ferret when you get a Hunslet machine?  There was a ropey MK2 for sale at the national.  Any good to you?!!
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