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post #61 of 63 (permalink) Old Jun 25th, 2007, 07:49 PM
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I always thought the old Ford Granada and Capri looked good in the matalic brown
I like the Clubman as it's different and thats what having a Mini was all about i thought.
People (including me ) will buy them what ever colour the come in and if you buy a Chocloate Brown one and no one else does at least you will stand out from the crowd

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brown is so 1970s Life on Mars car colour

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You know, I'm really really surprised that the config of the rear door for RHD markets isnt against some kind of automotive health and saftey laws. I seem to remember the people cariers from the states werent sold in the UK because they only had one sliding rear door, on the 'wrong' side for UK markets.....

Its the kind of design 'flaw' that some of the UK motoring journalists in the UK could really savage the 'travller' for when its released.....

Its so illogical. I cant believe that someone at BMW/Mini decided it would be a good idea.
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