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    Whats Your Fav Season In The Year To Drive In?

    I love being in a car in the summer with my arm hangin out of the window...looks cool,probably very dangerous. I guess the driver would prefer to drive when its a tad cooler?? I just love hot weather

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    Hot weather windows down, don the aviators nice draft on my face, happy days.

    Love driving in the warmer weather.
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    Same its gotta be summer :D In the summer you can go nice and quick round corners and make some crazy tyre squeeling sounds. In the rain I'd probably end up upside down in a bush.

    In the *really* hot weather its fun to drive to work and see all the people broken down on the hard shoulder where their car has overheated. I say fun but if it happens to me I'll be raged ;(

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    Definitely when it is warm and sunny - be that spring, summer or autumn - as I can get the speedster out of the garage and go for a pose.
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    What a gorge car

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    Now that is a beauty Jason. I'm currently on the prowl for a mint VW Karmann Ghia cabrio RHD for the summer, but they're scarce as rocking horse poo.
    Failing that, I might settle for a VW Beetle Karmann cabrio(curved windscreen, RHD).

    Summer is the best time, but I prefer my arms in the car and the climate control doing it's thing, unless I'm out in the lakes. Too much smog and pong in the city for open windows.
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    I quite like driving in later spring, not to warm or humid, possibility of a light shower so a bit of dampness on the road........

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthurfuxake
    Now that is a beauty Jason. I'm currently on the prowl for a mint VW Karmann Ghia cabrio RHD for the summer, but they're scarce as rocking horse poo.
    Failing that, I might settle for a VW Beetle Karmann cabrio(curved windscreen, RHD).
    Thanks.
    Good luck with the hunt - as you say, good ones are getting increasingly rare. I'd have either of those cars in my 'dream garage'.
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    1958 replica Porsche 356 Speedster (summer posing)
    1997 Seat Cordoba SX 16v (track day toy) replacing (t)rusty 1994 Seat Ibiza GTi RIP

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    Autumns quite nice too...somewhere quiet leafy misty . Who said moist up there!!? Moist...strange word

 

 

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