Rut’s little-Honda-wagon-that-could took the checker and thus the whole shebang, even if it came in dead last in most of the challenges. But we’re not sure the Mini-Winne is a categorical answer to lumbering, soul-sucking 40-foot-long motorhomes, even if it is darn tootin’. So let us open the question to the floor: what would you build that hauls the biscuits and tucks you in at night?
- Transmission – BBC Top Gear
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- Posted by TopGear.com
- 11:51 am on Wednesday February 13, 2013
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