Peter Gariepy

Photo without caption - 4/21/2010

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Figure 1 details what modifications a Licensed Toyota Service Tech shall perform on any Toyota model brought in for recall work regarding the recent uncontrollable acceleration issue. Refer the tech to the procedure outlined in Appendix A in the unlikely event that the problem persists after repair is made.

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Is it just me, or doesn't it look like the car is turning up it's nose at either the view or the aroma?:rolleyes:

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Komrads, now that we have a one horsepower model, in our next 5 year plan, we will have a 2 horsepower model!!!

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The NTSB announced yet another Toyota recall today. This time for unintended acceleration in the 6th generation Prius while nearing ladies hats decorated with carrots and turnips....

Edited by Dr. Strangelove (see edit history)

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The owner's manual states.........DO NOT FEED THIS ANIMAL BEEF-ARONI

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Ever since the Administration's ban on all things electronic in our cars in the year 2012, current day automotive engineers have not reached the heady days of the 1960's when cars had carbs, points/condensors, hydraulic brakes w/o out sensors and 455 airconditioning (4 windows down at 55 MPH) but no electronics....

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I'd love to see this roll onto the stage at the Barrett-Jackson auctions for comic relief. Probably bring down the house!

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We're goin' green......right down to the green road apples.

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The car in the picture is a ZAZ-968, also called a ZAZ Zaporozhets or a Zapor. The ZAZ was intended to be the lowest end of the Russian cars, equivalent to the East German Trabant. The first ZAZ, the 965 was made in 1960 in the Ukraine and was probably a Russian copy of a Fiat 600. The 968 shown in the picture was built from 1972 to 1980 and copied the styling from an NSU Prinz. The ears on the side of the car are the air intake for the rear mounted 1.2 liter V4 air cooled engine. The sign over the door is for auto insurance. I don't know anything about the horse.

According to the Wikipedia, the same plant that made the Zaporozhets started to make televisions. The Russians said the TVS are fine but their screens are in the back.

Bill

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