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Hi Guys
Just got back from a small drive about 3 miles I would think.
When I arrived home I heard a car crying.
I couldn't see a cat anywhere but kept hearing the cries of one.
Anyway I walked around the cruiser and heard the cries from the front area.
I opened up the bonnet and there was our cat lying at the right rear of the engine where there is quite a bit of space still crying.
How he got up there in the first place and how he didn't fall out while I was driving I dont know.
So he's down to 8 lives now I think.
Cheers
John 92HDJ 80 1HDT
 
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As long as its not a black cat you're OK............
Niall

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I must remember to keep the garage door shut!
TTFN
Chas
London UK '94 1HDT 80 Auto, 109000 miles, Safari snorkel, Custom Winch
bumper + winch, and Rear bumper with spare wheel carrier
+ Ray Dadd Rocksliders
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From: "john byrne" <[Email address removed]>
To: <[Email address removed]>
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2007 1:07 PM
Subject: [ELCO] now 8 lives
Hi Guys
Just got back from a small drive about 3 miles I would think.
When I arrived home I heard a car crying.
I couldn't see a cat anywhere but kept hearing the cries of one.
Anyway I walked around the cruiser and heard the cries from the front area.
I opened up the bonnet and there was our cat lying at the right rear of the
engine where there is quite a bit of space still crying.
How he got up there in the first place and how he didn't fall out while I
was driving I dont know.
So he's down to 8 lives now I think.
Cheers
John 92HDJ 80 1HDT
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| I must remember to keep the garage door shut!
| TTFN
| Chas
When we were in the USA we once left the garage door slightly ajar, and
the cat got in followed by a racoon. The cat escaped, minus at least
one life, but the inside of the garage looked as if a bomb had gone off!
Christopher Bell
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Many many moons ago (when 60's were brand new....) I worked at a
Toyota dealer. We kept all the cars at a yard 10 miles away. I had
driven a 60 back to show a customer, put it in the showroom etc. We
opened the bonnet to look at that giant ship of an engine and the
biggest f**kin rat the world was sat on top of the wheelarch.
Queue customer leaping in the air, wife screaming the place down on
top of a desk. Rat leaping out and riding round the walls of the
showroom. Mechanics with spanners determined to make a bloody mess on
the carpet.....
To cap it all, the bloddy thing hat been snacking on the wiring loom,
it was a miracle it hadn't caught fire and it cost a fortune to put
it right.
Those were the days.....
Neill Watson
Hibernating FJ62
On 15 Nov 2007, at 13:07, john byrne wrote:
 
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