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How to drive Peklo in a Trabant

Discussion in 'Richard Burns Rally' started by Ondrej Kapal, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. Ondrej Kapal

    Ondrej Kapal

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    The title explains it enough :D Have fun!

     
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  2. Thomas Grzmil

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    I think if they would get out and run it'd be much faster....
     
  3. Magnus Lindgren

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    So, this stage exist in real life! Love the sound of a twostroke engine. I hope there soon will be a Saab 96 Monte Carlo in RB...
     
  4. Rick Bamford

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    You GOTTA love the Trabi, lol. I was living in Budapest, heard a rideon lawnmower coming up behind me, turned around and FELL IN LOVE with the Trabi. Still trying to figure out how to bring one over to Australia to rally here, lol.
     
  5. Ondrej Kapal

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    A lot of them in very good condition are for sale here in the Czech Rep. But I think delivery would cost more than the car itself :D
     
  6. Xosé Estrada

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    Otherwise I would have 3 as I love that car.

    How much by the way?
     
  7. Graham Bridgett

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    Find one in Europe somewhere and drive it back, road trip :D
     
  8. Rick Bamford

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    They are fibre glass, so I guess they will float;)
     
  9. Jeremy Loveland

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    Is he Rallying in a column shift?
    Man thats insane!
     
  10. Graham Bridgett

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    I admit that bit will be problematic ;)
     
  11. Ondrej Kapal

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    Very nice pieces starts on 202€ (re-counted from Czech crowns 1€ = 24,7kč). But its not hard to get over 1600€, which are really luxury ones, even with some tunning tweaks :D

    The most expensive I found costs 3440€. This one:

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    Seems like its a real bargain still :p
     
  12. David Jundt

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    *Crew waves at the spectators*

    *Spectators wave back*

    Yeah, it's all about the show:cool:

    Just look at that drift angle and the tuned horn, impressive!;)