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vanaisa
04-08-03, 05:01 PM
Just find this forum - nice work guys!
Let me introduce myself: i am from Estonia (little country near Finland).
We have here big problems to get US cars, but still - we have Camaros, Vettes, Mustangs ... and of course Cadillacs (all kinds, even one 59 De Ville and few 73 Eldo convertibles)...
Not so bad for country, where live approx. 1,3 million eople and most selled cars are Peugeots and riceboxes :D

Brett
04-08-03, 06:08 PM
Welcome to the forum

Astronomer
04-08-03, 06:22 PM
Welcome to caddyland. Any Sinebrychoff Porter in your neck of the woods?:D

kcnewell
04-08-03, 07:26 PM
Yo! Nice to have you on board....

Katshot
04-08-03, 09:25 PM
Welcome!
With your english, it should be a lot of fun reading your posts ;)
No sweat though, a lot of us here in the states aren't any better.

Allante North *
04-08-03, 09:45 PM
Hello vanaisa,

Welcome to CadillacForumS. Your English is much better that many of us that have been here for some time. Heck, I thought Yankees talked funny but it all spells the same just with a few typos. Look forward to seeing you around. Shame about lack of US cars where you live. I wouldn't have a Pukego but I guess my 4Runners qualifies as a ricebox. Still glad I got a Caddy.

BeelzeBob
04-08-03, 11:54 PM
Welcome aboard, Vanaisa! Thank you for signing up! Nice Eldorado ya have there! :)

elwesso
04-09-03, 12:00 AM
Welcome!! Always great to have the internationals here!

Ralph
04-09-03, 01:41 AM
Welcome from the Great White North, eh.

jerseyMan
04-09-03, 11:35 AM
Welcome Vanaisa...always enjoyable to have someone join the forum, especially from Europe!

vanaisa
04-10-03, 11:05 AM
... Any Sinebrychoff Porter in your neck of the woods?:D [/B][/QUOTE]
Did you been in Finland? Yes, Porter was good beer (when we dont had new beer factorys :D ) Now its beer named Rock or Hard Rock (7,5% :p ).
Yes, well english isīnt my best language, but who cares.
By the way, our club is here (http://www.tqhq.ee)

kcnewell
04-10-03, 11:11 AM
Cool site! I could't read a word of it, But that's no matter! We'll help you with the english....There are some Semi-literate people here!

vanaisa
04-10-03, 11:20 AM
Cool site! I could't read a word of it, But that's no matter! We'll help you with the english....There are some Semi-literate people here!
yes, estonian is so difficult laguage, that sometimes we cant talk it eather. (say... after 5 hours in pub :bonkers: )

kcnewell
04-10-03, 11:25 AM
You give Katshot and me 5 hours in a pub......We'll probably be able to speak Estonian!.........Or Possibly some other language!

vanaisa
04-10-03, 11:45 AM
You give Katshot and me 5 hours in a pub......We'll probably be able to speak Estonian!.........Or Possibly some other language!
How true :lol
when drink this beer (http://www.metal.ee/club/)

Elvis
04-10-03, 02:44 PM
Welcome vanaisa!!!

We are truly an international group now.

magoo
04-12-03, 10:44 AM
Hi all

kcnewell
04-12-03, 11:01 AM
Nice car Magoo! Love the old ragtops!

Katshot
04-12-03, 05:39 PM
AWESOME car Magoo!!!!! Now THAT'S a Cadillac!
vanaisa,
You ever had Duval? ( I think that's how it's spelled)
I had it in Belgium, now THAT's some KICK-ASS beer!

PUNK em all 733
04-12-03, 06:16 PM
Hello to all new members.:D


Nice ragtop Magoo!:)

Katshot
04-12-03, 06:44 PM
Originally posted by kcnewell
You give Katshot and me 5 hours in a pub......We'll probably be able to speak Estonian!.........Or Possibly some other language!

We'll at least have the "essentials" down ;)

vanaisa
04-12-03, 07:25 PM
You ever had Duval? ( I think that's how it's spelled)
I had it in Belgium, now THAT's some KICK-ASS beer!
I was in Belgium two years ago and i know, that we drink lots of different beers there....Somehow i cant remember those names anymore...;)
But do you ever tried Netherlands beer named Navigator? (killer - 14%) and they sell it in 0,5l cans....
By the way, im looking for long time a hobby car and i am pretty sure, that it must be 1968 Eldorado.
Is the price range between 2500 and 4000 usd normal? Or with this price i get total wreck?

elwesso
04-12-03, 09:33 PM
It really depends. I think that 4000 would get you a car that would be solid, but would need a fair share of fixing up. I dont think you will be able to find a really good looking one for under 4000, but you never know.

vanaisa
04-13-03, 04:36 AM
It really depends. I think that 4000 would get you a car that would be solid, but would need a fair share of fixing up. I dont think you will be able to find a really good looking one for under 4000, but you never know.
Thanks, i think that too. One thing, what i can not do, is bodywork, other work is OK. And as i understand, allmost all parts are in production, so this is not problem too...