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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.

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  1. Don Baxter, Don’s Speed Shop, Lawrence, KS

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    Wow! That place exists???? I thought it was a word that Daffy Duck made up.. .:confused::D
     
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    That would have been from the Chevrolet plant on McDonough Blvd..
     
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    Awww come on guys quit picking on the little guy. Saabs were eccentric, but that wasn't that bad a thing. I owned a 96 which looks like the one in the picture and a 95 which was a wagon based on the 96. Both had Ford V4 engines that were use by other European cars, but also had industrial uses. Their freewheeling feature allows for left foot braking as you could easily shift without the clutch. My wife and I competed in many road rallies in our Saabs and loved them dearly.
     
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