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Post #201 - 28 Oct 2020, 23:04

Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Wed Oct 28, 2020 10:48 pm wrote:Or --- you can make a bootlegger turn and stay in one of your forward gears. I learned the maneouver in the southern Appalachians. (The wiki diagram has the car take way more space than needed.)

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Post #202 - 28 Oct 2020, 23:28

routemaster » Wed Oct 28, 2020 11:04 pm wrote:
Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Wed Oct 28, 2020 10:48 pm wrote:Or --- you can make a bootlegger turn and stay in one of your forward gears. I learned the maneouver in the southern Appalachians. (The wiki diagram has the car take way more space than needed.)

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Wish you drove about in a car like that all the time...then soon enough we might see less of you around here. :grrr:
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Post #203 - 29 Oct 2020, 00:15

You see a man who has lost his load of 'shine either through carelessness or to the Feds(Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agency) still displaying his driving skills. Front wheel drive caught on quickly in the southern Apps. :grin:
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Post #204 - 29 Oct 2020, 07:48

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Post #205 - 29 Oct 2020, 10:48

I think I can sell all you can send over - Is there room for a 100 gallon moonshine tank? :)
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Post #206 - 29 Oct 2020, 11:18

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This should put the revenue men on the wrong scent. :)
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Post #207 - 29 Oct 2020, 13:02

I should say!
Is the Mercedes geared to just spin in a tight circle?


Have you ever seen The Bruce Weiner Microcar web site. I like those little cars and this museum has them.
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Post #208 - 29 Oct 2020, 13:11

Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Thu Oct 29, 2020 1:02 pm wrote:

Have you ever seen The Bruce Weiner Microcar web site. I like those little cars and this museum has them.

Here it is...

http://www.microcarmuseum.com/info.html

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Post #209 - 29 Oct 2020, 13:17

Thanks RM! There are some strange and wondrous vehicles collected here.
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Post #210 - 29 Oct 2020, 13:29


Take the 'J' away and that would be the perfect car for you. :)
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Post #211 - 29 Oct 2020, 13:40

^^^ There's a bubble car for cunts of course. :grrr:

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Post #212 - 29 Oct 2020, 18:09

I read that the first Isettas did not have a reverse gear. The driver would park head-in to the curb and when it was time to leave, he'd put it in neutral and push it into the traffic lane, hop in, and putter off. There was one in Baltimore I'd see once in a while - tiny :)
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Post #213 - 29 Oct 2020, 20:02

Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Thu Oct 29, 2020 6:09 pm wrote:I read that the first Isettas did not have a reverse gear. The driver would park head-in to the curb and when it was time to leave, he'd put it in neutral and push it into the traffic lane, hop in, and putter off. There was one in Baltimore I'd see once in a while - tiny :)

To my eternal shame, my father had an Isetta, but luckily before I was born. The driveway was on a slope so he just rolled it back out into the road and away. :grin:
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Post #214 - 29 Oct 2020, 20:15

routemaster » Thu Oct 29, 2020 8:02 pm wrote:
Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Thu Oct 29, 2020 6:09 pm wrote:I read that the first Isettas did not have a reverse gear. The driver would park head-in to the curb and when it was time to leave, he'd put it in neutral and push it into the traffic lane, hop in, and putter off. There was one in Baltimore I'd see once in a while - tiny :)

To my eternal shame, my father had an Isetta, but luckily before I was born. The driveway was on a slope so he just rolled it back out into the road and away. :grin:

Fuck all wrong with Isettas, your father obviously had more taste than you. :wanker:

Reverse gear was sometimes blanked off so they could be taxed as motorcycles.
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Post #215 - 29 Oct 2020, 20:45

I think coming from an Isetta family should be a source of pride. :)
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Post #216 - 30 Oct 2020, 03:02

AH, I might get a couple of these.
One for me, one for the missus.


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Post #217 - 30 Oct 2020, 07:23

Greasy Roads » Thu Oct 29, 2020 8:15 pm wrote:
routemaster » Thu Oct 29, 2020 8:02 pm wrote:
Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Thu Oct 29, 2020 6:09 pm wrote:I read that the first Isettas did not have a reverse gear. The driver would park head-in to the curb and when it was time to leave, he'd put it in neutral and push it into the traffic lane, hop in, and putter off. There was one in Baltimore I'd see once in a while - tiny :)

To my eternal shame, my father had an Isetta, but luckily before I was born. The driveway was on a slope so he just rolled it back out into the road and away. :grin:

Fuck all wrong with Isettas, your father obviously had more taste than you. :wanker:

Reverse gear was sometimes blanked off so they could be taxed as motorcycles.


Dad :wanker2: once had an old Jasper Carrott episode on TV, where he said about a bubble car with the door at the front and no reverse gear. He said that the driver would drive it into his garage, to the back wall, and then not be able to get out.

Was that the Isetta?
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Post #218 - 30 Oct 2020, 07:29

Sonofsmegma » Fri Oct 30, 2020 7:23 am wrote:
Greasy Roads » Thu Oct 29, 2020 8:15 pm wrote:
routemaster » Thu Oct 29, 2020 8:02 pm wrote:
Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Thu Oct 29, 2020 6:09 pm wrote:I read that the first Isettas did not have a reverse gear. The driver would park head-in to the curb and when it was time to leave, he'd put it in neutral and push it into the traffic lane, hop in, and putter off. There was one in Baltimore I'd see once in a while - tiny :)

To my eternal shame, my father had an Isetta, but luckily before I was born. The driveway was on a slope so he just rolled it back out into the road and away. :grin:

Fuck all wrong with Isettas, your father obviously had more taste than you. :wanker:

Reverse gear was sometimes blanked off so they could be taxed as motorcycles.


Dad :wanker2: once had an old Jasper Carrott episode on TV, where he said about a bubble car with the door at the front and no reverse gear. He said that the driver would drive it into his garage, to the back wall, and then not be able to get out.

Was that the Isetta?

It was probably one of his thick Birmingham City mates. :wanker:
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Post #219 - 02 Nov 2020, 21:14

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Post #220 - 02 Nov 2020, 21:48

Sonofsmegma » Mon Nov 02, 2020 9:14 pm wrote:

He should have stuck to baked beans, how the fuck do you change a wheel? :wanker:
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