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    #26
    Pity their tap selection is weak.
    At least they have cheerios in the bar menu.

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    #27
    There's a non-pornographic film called Smash Palace?

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    #28
    AstoriaParanoia wrote:
    Pity their tap selection is weak.
    At least they have cheerios in the bar menu.
    Their house beer is actually quite good, and pretty cheap. But yeah could def do with a few more crafts
    Last edited by trackers; 12th February 2019 at 11:53 am.

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    #29
    The Bodgie is just ok for me.

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    #30
    Fair.

    In other news went to the South Island Beer Festival at Ilam Homestead on Saturday and it was ****ing legit. Beautiful day, great beer and a great vibe

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    #31
    Quasi ELVIS wrote:
    There's a non-pornographic film called Smash Palace?
    Yeah, it's a classic Kiwi film starring Bruno Lawrence and a very young Greer Robson (i think - i haven't Googled it, but i remember it). The part where he takes the F1 car out on the open road was so good.

    Edit; found the trailer ....
    Last edited by Frederick James; 12th February 2019 at 1:19 pm. Reason: added trailer link

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    #32
    Smash Palace is an awesome place to visit also, huge wreckers yard near Ohakune.

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    #33
    Frederick James wrote:
    Yeah, it's a classic Kiwi film starring Bruno Lawrence and a very young Greer Robson (i think - i haven't Googled it, but i remember it). The part where he takes the F1 car out on the open road was so good.

    Edit; found the trailer ....
    Random piece of trivia. It was a Formula Pacific car, used to belong to Steve Millen, my dad owned it for a while (just after the movie I think). And I think it's back in Millens hands now.

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    #34
    darkness_nz wrote:
    Random piece of trivia. It was a Formula Pacific car, used to belong to Steve Millen, my dad owned it for a while (just after the movie I think). And I think it's back in Millens hands now.
    Yea last I heard he still had it stashed in his hoard

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    #35
    We have a bar in Gisborne called Smash Palace.

    /coolstorybro

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    #36
    darkness_nz wrote:
    Random piece of trivia. It was a Formula Pacific car, used to belong to Steve Millen, my dad owned it for a while (just after the movie I think). And I think it's back in Millens hands now.
    That's a cool and interesting fact! That scene was so good in the film, just left the cop behind

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    #37
    Frederick James wrote:
    Yeah, it's a classic Kiwi film starring Bruno Lawrence and a very young Greer Robson (i think - i haven't Googled it, but i remember it). The part where he takes the F1 car out on the open road was so good.

    Edit; found the trailer ....
    Looks depressing.