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    Quote Originally Posted by Waugh-terfall
    I think my uncles Granada limo is a 91
    I'll have to research on the internet. I like limos.
    '76 Cadillac Fleetwood Seventy-Five Limousine, '95 Lincoln Town Car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waugh-terfall
    I doubt it, it'd kill the legroom.
    True. Partitions do take up some legroom.
    '76 Cadillac Fleetwood Seventy-Five Limousine, '95 Lincoln Town Car.

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    His is like this:


    but in limousine form...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waugh-terfall
    His is like this:


    but in limousine form...
    That version was only Granada in the UK being called Scorpio everywhere else so Fleet you might want to widen the googling
    "A woman without curves is like a road without bends, you might get to your destination quicker but the ride is boring as hell'

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    Yeah, sorry Fleet. Thanks Matra
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    I'm bbq some roo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matra et Alpine
    That version was only Granada in the UK being called Scorpio everywhere else so Fleet you might want to widen the googling
    Okay, Scorpio. Got it.
    '76 Cadillac Fleetwood Seventy-Five Limousine, '95 Lincoln Town Car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nota View Post
    Nota's recipe for Kangaroo Tail Soup

    1 Kangaroo Tail
    2 litres Water
    1 Stalk Celery
    1 large Carrot
    10 Peppercorns
    1 large Onion
    Cloves
    30 grams Flour
    30-60 grams Dripping
    Salt
    Tomato Sauce
    1 5kg Rock

    Wash, scald and dry the tail and divide the large joints at the root and shake in the flour. Heat the dripping and brown the pieces of tail.

    Add 3 quarts of water and gently cook for 6 hours. Add the other ingredients and simmer for a further 10-12 hours, or until the rock is tender. Strain the stock into a large basin. Take out the pieces of tail and feed them to your attack-dog. You eat the rock


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    Usually there's a price-premium to be paid here as well for roo meat, except for kanga bangas (sausages) which are quite cheap and very tasty imo. Camel burgers are ok too. I've never tried Roast Echidna ..

    If you don't mind the gamey aspect then roo steaks are good eating if, as mentioned, you take care not to dry them out when cooking

    Here's a couple of good sites for you Pando

    http://www.macromeats.com/ (purveyors of kanga bangas etc)

    http://www.kangaroo-industry.asn.au/...s/product.html

    K-roo leather is outstanding, very thin and so soft but also the world's strongest hide for its weight. I've got boots, belt and my wallet made from roo, they are truly excellent. If you want top-quality roo shoes that last then have a gander at the Kangaroo Craftsman eg from RM Williams (one-piece upper construction!) they also do the other stuff

    http://www.rmwilliams.com.au/
    Thanks, I took a look at the recipes now I'm hungry. I think I'll leave the kangaroo meat in the store as it is, after all it is quite valuable. And frozen. But I will order it if I see it at a restaurant somewhere since I'm all for tasting dead animals that are new to me.
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