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Old 21st August 2012, 03:04   #16
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Default Re: A "green" repair technique for Hyundai vehicles

Maybe they put some dog biscuits in the fuel tank and the car started behaving like a typical dog on a leash
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Originally Posted by SS-Traveller View Post
Not an uncommon practice for unequipped garages pretending to be body shops. Had seen this technique used elsewhere, though with a heavy chain, not a flimsy wire rope like this. The history and possible future of the car would be a different story altogether!
Go to Car Nation, you can see such things in action. Instead of the tree they have a cast iron pillar
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