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Old 24-02-2003   #1
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My daily drive

This is what i drive and maintain everyday.





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Bit different from a Cinquecento Soleil! ;)

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I bet thats quick :p
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Ehh.. 10 litre,stright six,300hp,turbo,six speed "no slow coach"
Its got 125kmh on the tacho had it off a few times(the clock that is).
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WOW 10 litre's can u steal the engine so i can put it into my cinquecento ;)
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you would need to make the back of the car the engine compartment

and where your engine used to be would need to be an extra petrol tank!!

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lol or strap a tank 2 the roof :p

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tank on roof wouldn't exatcly help the aerodynamics too much!

would probably counter act all the engine imporvements

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Well how about towing a tank then?

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nah i think under the bonnet is still the best idea

that way if you have an accident (300Bhp cinq WILL crash) the tank will go something like this

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woah neddy! Did someone use the words 'aerodynamic' and 'Cinqecento' in the same breath there? That's like saying 'aerodynamic' and 'brick' or 'aerodynamic' and 'slab'...heh heh.

I love Cinqs really...tho i have to say i like Sei's better, but only cos Baby would punish me otherwise...hmm...I like Cinqs better ;)

pop the little pea cosies on...highly effective
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The engine is 2 meters long without g/box fuel tank is 435 litres like to see it in a cinq,the starter motor is 28hp!!!!
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wot the fook are pea cosies??

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Ahh ha Jus connect 1 of thoses starter motors 2 each wheel then [8D] that wud boost the cinq's power quite a bit.

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pea cosies are made from the pelts of specially bred bees and are used to keep peas warm.

Highly effective.


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