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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by john hamilton, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. geoff

    geoff Guest


    Do you think that they made a short-sighted decision then ?
     
  2. geoff

    geoff Guest

    Don't forget the jet engine
     
  3. geoff

    geoff Guest


    All by yourself, big boi ?

    or was that just the solder joints ?
     
  4. geoff

    geoff Guest

    You could say more or less the same comparing a ford fiesta and a rolls
    royce
     
  5. geoff

    geoff Guest

    Because falling out of the sky and killing people is not a vote winner
     
  6. geoff

    geoff Guest

    Do you even know who Sir Frank Whittle was ?

    (without sneaking off and looking it up in google, of course)
     
  7. geoff

    geoff Guest

    '60 Enfield that DOESN'T leak
     
  8. Guest

    I think you'll find that a Rolls will move more passenger-miles per hour than
    a Ford Fiesta. ;-)
     
  9. Guest

    But more passenger miles per hour per GALLON? Perhaps, but i somehow
    doubt it, having actually driven and fed both. . . . . .
     
  10. Guest

    The point was that his analogy sucks.
     
  11. geoff

    geoff Guest

    So, not design, a back end boi then
     
  12. geoff

    geoff Guest

    Or a TVR maybe
     
  13. geoff

    geoff Guest

    Well you wouldn't, would you?

    you'd prefer to remain an ignorant septic
     
  14. geoff

    geoff Guest

    Did you think that up all by yourself big boi ?
     
  15. geoff

    geoff Guest

    Jumped up tech author then
     
  16. geoff

    geoff Guest

    As I said
     
  17. Aah, both are outfitted with a wood-carburettor....
    but the Fiesta will drive sooner, and longer ;-)
     
  18. I don't remember a time when Ford was good in eu. In the seventies they
    had nice looking cars and comfy, but the fuel consumption was too high
    and they had rust problems. People drove 20l/100KM Fords in the
    seventies, with a price of 11.7 Schilling per liter gasoline, that is
    approximately a dollar today.
    Today Fords are ugly and crappy (cheap though).

    I go well with a II Golf/Jetta (built 1983-92). Affordable parts,
    well-grounded design makes repair easy, light chassis and an
    unbelieveable life-span.... not to mention the overdose of wax they
    spent to the cavities. But only from 88-92, before they had also rust
    problems.
    Mine (1990 Jetta, 90HP, 1.8litres) is similar looking to the america
    edition, but 200 Kilo lighter and some HP less. 6.4litres/100KM
    minimum; 7 to 7.5 litres nominally ;-).
     
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