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Brera - tubby old munter

So says Chas Harris in Autocar this week.

What's his problem? A few weeks ago he was moaning that the Beemers and Porkers he habitually uses about his person are getting dull and boring.

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Re: Brera - tubby old munter

...Yes but then he did say that Auto Journos should not be trusted to expound aesthetic judgements... Then went on to say that in his opinion the GT was one of the best looking cars on the road today,at any price....I suppose you can't have it both ways...
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Re: Brera - tubby old munter

Originally Posted by harleyriv
...Auto Journos should not be trusted.

I think that just about sums it up.

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Re: Brera - tubby old munter

Well, he's right about it being a bit tubby, although I guess with all the safety requirements we shouldn't be too suprised about that. It is a stunning looking car though.
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Auto Journos should not be trusted
Especially in the weekly rags, and especially in Autocar!!

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