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Old February 19th 05, 03:12 AM
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Modern cars inherit too much legacy from the early 20th century, and are
absolutely inadequate for todays driving conditions.

I'd like to buy a car that has:

- One front seat in the middle (no shotgun)
- One or two passanger seats in the back
- 8 wheels instead of 4: dual wheels everywhere. They can save your life

case of a blowout.
- There should be real railroad rails mounted around the perimeter
- No hood. I'm safer for others if they can hear me.
- Airbags everywhere.
- Front and back battering rams / towing hooks.
- Diesel engine for power and economy
- Red white and blue paint everywhere
- Big flagpost and a Jesus fish in the back (I get Karma from Jesus for
spreading his word)

Does anyone know where I can buy or order a car like this?

Not on alt.atheism.


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