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Christmas the Totalcarmagazine way

24/12/2014 20:25 | Comments: 

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Sipi is a fairy who hangs above us like a huge, ever-smiling, men’s fragrance-smelling umbrella. He can be called anytime, anywhere to lend a helping hand, and he’ll be there in an hour with one of his Transits for sure. A dangerously maniac car collector (the street in front of his house is full of his vehicles), a radio-control and model car freak, Sipos is a Swiss knife made of human flesh. Totalcar is just one job amongst his zillion occupations, but he endears it the most. Lives with a girlfriend and two dogs.

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  • Mitsubishi Sigma 3.0 24V (1992)
  • Mazda 323 TXL 4WD (1990)
  • 4 long-nose Transits (a 4x4 fire engine, a fire department staff car, an ex-Irish ambulance and an extremely oversized panel van, 1980-1984)
  • Dacia 1300 (1975, being restored)
  • Ford Capri 2.9i (1982)
  • Mercedes-Benz 280 SEL 4.5 (1972)
  • Ford Sierra Tournier 2.9i drift-car (1992)
  • Mazda 121 4dr (1993)
  • Suzuki VS1400 Intruder (1989)
  • Suzuki GSX 750 New Katana (1984)
  • Kawasaki Z1000 Police (1993)
  • Aprilia Habana (2000)
  • Volga M24 wagon (1984)
  • Ural M62 (1968, in pieces)
We don't do anything the usual way. Why would we celebrate Christmas like everybody does?

Transporting the Christmas tree is always a challenge for everyone. Most people put it in the trunk or use the roofrack. But we at Totalcarmagazine like to do things our own way. Zsolt crammed a 2.5 metre Christmas tree in his Autobianchi Bianchina Panoramica already carrying a family of four. Luckily the Bianchina has a ragtop, so it was left to poke out the cars roof. If the Bianchina could make it into the living room, they might as well use it as a tree stand.


I used my veteran police bike to transport a tree. Well, I was cheating as I only did it for show. I wanted to test whether a fully decorated Christmas tree could be transported on a motorbike and the answer is yes. I rode the bike for two days with the unusual load on the radiotray. I covered around 100 kilometres, sometimes with speeds exceeding 100 km/h. So, should you have no suitable car for transporting a Christmas tree, just use your motorbike.


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