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super aeros look so excellent on a SPG, nice car.

-do I see a club on the wheel? good luck hot wiring a c900
Hot wiring a c900 is the easy part... Getting the car out of reverse is the tricky part. Really, you could hot wire it through the interior or the fuse box.
 

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Thanks all:D

I was an auto insurance adjuster for several years starting in the early 90s. Property crime is just too common. Christmas eve last year (Christmas eve!) someone tried to steal my 91 Nissan pickup. They twisted and torqued and bent the steering wheel all up trying to get the club off. Eventually gave up. All of my cars have had clubs for years.

Dan, the tires are 205/45.
 

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Beauty of a car. How's rust issues up your way? I remember walking around Victoria and seeing cars that had rusted to dust decades before in the Midwest.
Thanks Aireeca. Rust is not much of a problem here. Winters are generally mild. The Tally actually grew up in the Seattle area & their climate is similar. Lots of rain.

Which you might have experienced if you were in Victoria! When were you there? It's a beautiful little city but everything closes at like 8pm!
 

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Which you might have experienced if you were in Victoria! When were you there? It's a beautiful little city but everything closes at like 8pm!
Years and years and years ago. 1998, I think. Spent a week in Vancouver, then took the ferry over to Victoria, took the train up Vancouver Island, connected up with the ferry to Prince Rupert and then trained it back down to Vancouver from there. I think the one train, the one from Prince George to North Vancouver, doesn't even run anymore. :(
 
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