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    Big red thing is possibly Cadillac coupe` de ville

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    citroen ds break poking out of that garage

    68-71 ish

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    Yellow car outside Hakataramea Motors is an AP5 Valiant built by Chrysler Australia and NZ.
    You got a wagon in another post.

    Adrian

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    You lucky lucky man

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    Quote Originally Posted by mw3230 View Post
    I'm enjoying your tour so thank you for all the time and effort you've put into your postings.

    You make a few mentions of watching your speed - are the gendarmerie so unfriendly as to curtail a bikers enjoyment?
    out of the towns / villages the speed limit is 100km and they normally will only stop you if your doing over a 110km.

    they have a very high accident rate
    Our holiday apartment for rental - tossers especially welcome
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    The Morris Oxford seems to have front seat belts and an radio aerial.
    We had a 1966 version at home when I was young, which had neither, so maybe this one is a bit newer than that.

    Two Austin Cambridges we had didn't have them either.

    Great report Mike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swiss Mike View Post
    out of the towns / villages the speed limit is 100km and they normally will only stop you if your doing over a 110km.

    they have a very high accident rate
    Except for public holidays when they drop the tolerance to 4kmh so max is 104kmh.
    Luckily for Mike O we aren't due any till Easter

    Adrian

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahebron View Post
    Except for public holidays when they drop the tolerance to 4kmh so max is 104kmh.
    Luckily for Mike O we aren't due any till Easter

    Adrian
    forgot that, thanks for the reminder
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