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    If you go Combo you get the full road trip auto-sleeper option

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    and my 9' SUP fits in there too now, all below the window line
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    Quote Originally Posted by boards_PaulP View Post
    Can you fit a couple of drunk fat lasses, a pack of johnnies, a pizza and a bottle of Bacardi in? If so you can get windsurfing kit in.

    It's the tried and tested way Gutted chooses his windsurfing ride.
    Isn't that how everyone does it?
    Trying not to work too hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowwelly View Post
    dumbass.... they were Fiesta XR2s and Escort XR3is. It's also a popular misnomer that one should fornicate on the back seat. Every Essex boy knows to treat lady right is to roll down the front passenger seat and wind down to the window for her leg to hang out - how else will passers-by know she's well classy and has her best Manolo Blahnik's on?

    Corsas were made in Luton. And Luton is in Bedfordshire- home of the EDL, EasyJet UK and Brog Lake. It's a nice place. Girls there where Jane Norman shoes .... says it all.
    i bow to your superior dogging knowledge

    its seems to be a subject you are passionate about ?

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    No idea if this is still the case but could well be as corsa's etc still have a slanted back end and polo's don't. Many moons ago the polo mk1 bread van style was one of the only small cars I could afford to run that would fit my kit in purely as the distance from passenger foot well to boot lid roof was larger than slanty back cars.

    The pain of windsurfing in small cars does make me think I love having a van.

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    Quote Originally Posted by max111 View Post
    i bow to your superior dogging knowledge

    its seems to be a subject you are passionate about ?
    - dogging, we have doggers at Draycote Water apparently... the first time I heard the word (or even gained knowledge of such practice) was in a communique from one of the committee members, I did piss myself laughing as I googled it to find out wtf he was going on about.

    Since leaving Essex at 18 years old I've clearly lived a very sheltered life....
    here to post about bacon (and other pork products)

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    Quote Originally Posted by #Ed View Post
    No idea if this is still the case but could well be as corsa's etc still have a slanted back end and polo's don't. Many moons ago the polo mk1 bread van style was one of the only small cars I could afford to run that would fit my kit in purely as the distance from passenger foot well to boot lid roof was larger than slanty back cars.
    That was the Polo mk 2. The mark one was as slanty as the rest but the mark two came in standard (square) and coupe (slanty) formats. They were still not as big as modern equivalents.
    It is what it is.

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    And the brakes were non-existent - no servo and RHD conversion not very well engineered. I nearly wrote of then gf's bread-van Polo on many occasions.

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