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Old 08-24-2002, 01:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Trail flag fit for a ROVER??

Most of the rigs around here fly a small flag off of there CB antenna when on the trail. I wouldn't dare fly this one on my disco! FWIW I was given the flag for placing 8th in a wooden boat rally. I wonder if there is a E Bay market?
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Old 08-24-2002, 01:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I thinking people like Biff the wonder yuppie would buy it. You know the type with the sweater tied around the neck with the loafers and fancy coffee in hand... Oh wait maybe you should put it for sale on Discoweb????
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Old 08-25-2002, 01:36 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Trail flag fit for a ROVER??

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Most of the rigs around here fly a small flag off of there CB antenna when on the trail. I wouldn't dare fly this one on my disco! FWIW I was given the flag for placing 8th in a wooden boat rally. I wonder if there is a E Bay market?
Hey at least it wasn't
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Old 08-25-2002, 09:00 AM   #4 (permalink)
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"biff the wonder yuppie" LMAO

oh wait . . . i might resemble that comment!

no flag, please . . . .
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I think it would look fabulous on my junk!
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Old 08-25-2002, 10:25 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I think it would look fabulous on my junk!
But you don't wheel your disco!
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Being a Rover owner who also owns a Rolex, I think it's kinda cool. Now, before you start telling starbucks jokes, my Rolex is on a velcro band with paper clips holding it on instead of the spring pins which break and make you drop your Rolex and have to send it back to Switzerland (twice).

Last week, I was working on my brother in law's Rangie when he shrieked "look what you're doing to your watch". I calmly finished what I was doing and explained to him that he should expect no less, especially considering how I treat my Land Rover. His Rangie has never been off-road, while mine got its first pinstripes in my yard!

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But you don't wheel your disco!
Oh yeah. I'm just not hard-core like the guys from Indiana
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My Grandpa's. From the 30's. Not worth squat back then, now, not really worth that-much-more-than-squat.

Maybe I can fly that flag when I wear my watch???
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My Grandpa's. From the 30's. Not worth squat back then, now, not really worth that-much-more-than-squat.

Maybe I can fly that flag when I wear my watch???
That's actually a pretty nice watch! I personally don't own a Rolex, but I do own a Swiss Army Watch. That's different right?

Nevertheless I think the flag would look real nice on a total beater! At least it would get a few laughs.
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Nevertheless I think the flag would look real nice on a total beater! At least it would get a few laughs.
Now wait a minute Larry, are you saying it would look good on my rig? nudge nudge, wink wink....


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Now wait a minute Larry, are you saying it would look good on my rig? nudge nudge, wink wink....


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