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1 hour ago, siteunseen said:

Is that a bicycle tube?  I'd like sneak one on my neighbor's car. :)

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3 hours ago, siteunseen said:

Is that a bicycle tube?  I'd like sneak one on my neighbor's car. :)

All you need is that bike inner tube, an adjustable hose clamp, a pair of scissors, and you'll have instant tuned auspuff.  Be sure to yell scheisse like the camera operator did.  Too much fun!

Dennis

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Reminds me of the old days when late one night a neighbor came home half lit singing at the top of his lungs the hallelujah chorus except he substituted the word diarrhea for  hallelujah. 

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4 hours ago, siteunseen said:

My ding-dong neighbors would go straight the dealership after hearing that ASSPUFF. LOL

So, you think your neighbors would ausfahrt to the dealership just because of a little auspuff problem?  Gott in Himmel!  Gotta love those German words that bring out the eight year old in all of us.

Dennis

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13 minutes ago, psdenno said:

So, you think your neighbors would ausfahrt to the dealership just because of a little auspuff problem?  Gott in Himmel!  Gotta love those German words that bring out the eight year old in all of us.

Dennis

Achtung baby is the extent of my German vocabulary thanks to U2. :D

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14 hours ago, siteunseen said:

Achtung baby is the extent of my German vocabulary thanks to U2. :D

I had German language classes in middle and high school and finally got to use what little I learned/remembered 30+ years later on trips to Germany where I attended birthday parties for Ferdinand Porsche.  Fortunately, he understood English better than I spoke German.  Those were the days, as they say.  Invited to the party, stop at the factory to pick up a "loaner" Porsche for a week (one time a 928, next time a 944S, another time a Boxster), and party like it was 1939.  Good memories.

Dennis

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11 minutes ago, psdenno said:

I had German language classes in middle and high school and finally got to use what little I learned/remembered 30+ years later on trips to Germany where I attended birthday parties for Ferdinand Porsche.  Fortunately, he understood English better than I spoke German.  Those were the days, as they say.  Invited to the party, stop at the factory to pick up a "loaner" Porsche for a week (one time a 928, next time a 944S, another time a Boxster), and party like it was 1939.  Good memories.

Dennis

That sounds like quite the memory!!!

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