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One other piece of advice...don't try to hide your license plate. It is so stupid. What do you do when go driving? Nobody is coming to hijack your car...except your neighbors.


I was at a thing called "Cruisin' Grand" last year in Escondido, where people basically park and show off their cars. I was taking a picture of someone's Shelby Cobra and he ran over and yelled at me for getting his license plate in my photo. I mean he was apoplectic. Face turning red and everything. It was hilarious.
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I picked up one a couple of years ago. So far kept it all orginal and is identical to yours. It had 4200 miles on it when I drove it home. It is stored in winter so only driven in clear blue sky days. I have 9360 miles on it now. Getting ready to get it out for spring. Not sure how much I will get to enjoy it as I will be having a couple of procedures done which will limit my driving it this year. Contemplatig putting 'Dorothy' on the market because of this. If anyone is interested in a low milage 2009 SE Redline PM me.
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Originally Posted by marlboromike View Post
Vic has given you poor advice especially from a NUYKR...and as a fellow NUYKR...u will get no better advice than this...
If you ever drive this car into Manhattan or any of the boroughs...your car will be cannot sustain the animals that live there or the broken streets...u only have a 3 inch clearance.

Can anyone top that piece of advice? This is a survival guide.
That is why us Real New Yorkers use Trains, Buses and Taxi's to get around my friend.....

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When driving I hide the plate with a bumper badger...
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Originally Posted by lllfly View Post
This is a SE a great looking R/L.
1st thing to know when putting
the top up stop 1/2 way up and
place finger under canvas. Pull
away from frame so the top does
not cut into the canvas. Only
on the drive side.
Do what? Can you explain this in greater depth? I have just been slinging mine around and I don't think it's cutting itself...
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