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Old 25 Mar 2008, 02:53 pm
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Hello, everyone. I am new to this board and to PT Cruisers(driving). I just purchased a 2007 PT Cruiser convertible and I love it, eventhough I have not been able to put the top down much lately. It just seems alittle tacky to be driving around with the top down and wearing a parka with the hood up.

Like I said, I love this Inferno Red convertible, but I did make one miscalulation. My golf clubs won't fit in the trunk with the rear seat down. I have to have it folded up. I guess I could just put the top down, when the time comes and seat belt the clubs in an upright position. That way I would be justified in getting a plate that says "GOLF CRT" on it.

I will be bothering all of you with alot of questions in the future, just so I can speed up my "Learning Cruve" about cruising.

Thanks

Jim
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Old 25 Mar 2008, 03:32 pm
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Welcome to the forum Jim. When they came out with the re-designed C5 Corvette, one of the things they designed in it was room for two golf bags across the rear storage area. I guess Chrysler didn't think there'd be too many golfers buying convertibles. Enjoy your ride.
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Old 25 Mar 2008, 03:58 pm
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Welcome to the Forum, CruisnHskrJim!! Ask your questions, someone will know the answer. Give us some more info, where are you from, what year and type cruiser? The more you list, the less questions we will have as we try to answer your questions.
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Old 25 Mar 2008, 08:17 pm
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If I had to guess from the name, I'd venture he's from Nebraska?
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Old 25 Mar 2008, 08:27 pm
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Welcome to the forums. You'll find a lot of help for whatever you need!
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Old 25 Mar 2008, 10:23 pm
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Welcome Jim!
Me too! The seat folded up to put my clubs in. Of course, I have another hartd top Cruiser that I don't need to do that for them!
(That abbreviation isn't "Husker" is it?)
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Old 25 Mar 2008, 11:51 pm
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Welcome from another inferno owner....This is the best PT site
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Old 26 Mar 2008, 01:03 am
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Thank you all for the kind words. And yes I am a big Husker fan and I live in Omaha, Ne. I will be transferring my plate "Hskr Jim" From my 1988 Red Berretta GTU to my Cruiser this week. Soonercruiser I saw your handle from previous lurking, so I just had to do it. There has been some awsome OU - NU games in the past and maybe now we might be able to catch up to OU in the future.

Hooligan, I see by your sig that you have chrome side sprear covers. I think (aside from the 2 new front tires that I bought) I want those to be my next purchase for my conv. I love the clean line that they give. Has anyone else had any experience, good or bad, with these covers???

I can't wait for spring and summer to get here and visiting with fellow cruisers on this board.

Jim

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Old 26 Mar 2008, 07:08 am
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Hooligan, I see by your sig that you have chrome side sprear covers. I think (aside from the 2 new front tires that I bought) I want those to be my next purchase for my conv. I love the clean line that they give. Has anyone else had any experience, good or bad, with these covers???

I had them on my '02 before I traded it in. These were purchased from Maggie at www.raceandstreet.com as was most of my "chrome" pieces.
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