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    new Dutch limousine makes an impact ..

    .. straight into six foot of kangaroo

    Your Ambassador's shiny new A6 (note Diplomatic plate) is only two months old, seen here departing on its 2nd trip to the panelbeaters
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    That's a limousine???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleet 500
    That's a limousine???
    It's an Audi, close enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleet 500
    That's a limousine???
    Yes their official limousine and chauffeur driven too

    (the kanga was a self-drive)

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    I wonder if the Kangaroo had collision insurance.
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    Ant damage to the roo?
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    Bloody 'roos are getting worse here. There's dead ones freakin' everywhere, and they stink like all hell when you're on a bike.

    Oh and the fact that it's it 2nd trip to the panelbeaters proves that you should avoid DC and DX plated cars at all costs.
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    That makes me remember, on a lesser scale of course, the video of the kangaroo crossing a race track and getting hit, I think it was in the Australian V8 championship.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vindesh17
    Ant damage to the roo?
    Yep the ants are probably eating it right now

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    I would love to taste some kangaroo meat. Wish they mass marketed them for demand outside of Australia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fisetdavid26
    That makes me remember, on a lesser scale of course, the video of the kangaroo crossing a race track and getting hit, I think it was in the Australian V8 championship.
    That was at Bathurst a couple of years ago

    Anyone remember Randy Mamola copping a seagull in the visor I think it was (?) at 200+ in an F1 GP500 bike race down at Phillip Island

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSXType-R
    I would love to taste some kangaroo meat. Wish they mass marketed them for demand outside of Australia.
    It's not that great. I've had kangaroo meat sausages and they were pretty awful.
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    That's not a limo, mate.

    THIS is a limo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy (in VA)
    That's not a limo, mate.

    THIS is a limo.

    I see you've played Limo - Audi before!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndclasscitizen
    It's not that great. I've had kangaroo meat sausages and they were pretty awful.
    not enough fat in them to cook properly, imo. as a mince i liked it though
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