Got de-icer?

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  1. Jay H

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    Where did I put my 40gal drum of deicer fluid?

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    Taken in Geneva Switzerland, I found this on an Outdoors forum.

    I quite liked the ice on the antenna!

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    that's an MG-F under all that ice, poor car.

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    Imagine falling sleep and waking up as an ice cube?

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    Looks sort of like a nice car. Is it available in the US?

    Without the ice?
     
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    nope. MG stopped selling cars in the US in 1980 with the MGB. the MGF pictured frozen is only available in europe (i believe). not a bad little car, it is mid engine, RWD, and has a decent fan base in the UK.

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    At first, the grill kind of looks like a BMW Z4 but then the little side intake nixed that idea. Still looks like a front engined car, the side intake looks like it's just a brake/tire cooler and not an engine air intake.

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