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    Wink Hello, from the other side of the pond

    Hi fellow NHTOC mates. I'm over on your side of the pond visiting friends and seeing the sites.

    Doing a Euro tour whirlwind style with 3-4 days in each place. London, Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and back to London.

    Compared to my weather I think my truck would run a whole lot better in this low 40's temps! I know one thing, my body doesn't like it too much. I'm off to buy a warmer coat!

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    have a good time Chuck. make sure your home it time to get your Christmas tan

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    Sounds awsome Chuck!! Enjoy your time over in Europe

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    Europe in December. It's cold. Who would have thunk it?

    Have a GREAT time! ENJOY!

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    I take it back. I was on the autobahn today and I figured if I had my truck I know I would have thrown a rod in it with these mid 20's temps! Just too much road to resist airing it out.

    Having a ball with great food, fun and friends.

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    Laugh

    Here is the beast we used for major travel through Europe. I enjoyed being chauffeured around at near 200 mph!
    It says 574.8 kph on the side of it and that's over 350mph but I didn't see anywhere near those speeds on my trip.



    In the GPS pic below 181mph was the highest I got a picture of but we did hit 198 during a stretch when the driver was ringing it out.


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