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Old 08-23-2008, 05:57 PM   #1
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I remember there was a thread or 2 on this subject, but know I can't seem to find it. I was just double checking that the cs144 can fit a 92-95 bonneville right?
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ohh an m45 eh?
i want pics.
why do you keep a 92 around if you drive an m45?
nissan v8 ftw. you should tt it btw.
VK45DETT FTMFW. saw one once in a 240. nuts.
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SSE at that! I'm gonna always keep a bonnie on hand just because I like the body, heads-up display, the luxury options, and the 9 way seats. The only other car I know of that have a heads up display is a corvette and I hate sporty cars. Thats like saying if I had a Bently GT, why would I keep an old school with a 454 big block around. I just like the car. I'm thinking about going for a maroon '02 SSEI now though. I'm looking at that new Lincoln mks now, F a m45.
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f a m45?
do you even own the car or is it your dads?
it'* loads better & faster & more luxurious then any of the cars you mentioned cept the vette.
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Don't have a "pops" and moms push a dam Ford Focus.The m45, it'* cool and all, I just like the style of the mks and the tailpipes, but I'm always changing my mind about new whips. I'm gonna be on something else in the next few weeks. The engine of the mks could've been better though.
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so how can you afford a 45-50k luxury car, 2 insurance payments, gas etc when you are in school? just curious. cuz i'd like to do the same. really.

the MKS blows. it'* a dog to drive, and fugly to boot. again you've yet to mention anything that compares to an M45...in power or luxury.

not trying to be rude but your spelling and grammar are quite...lacking. are you from the inner city? just curious. we don't get very many inner city kids up here in Canada and i do soo enjoy chatting with them. they have very interesting views and manner of speaking.




4.5-liter V8 that sends up to 325 horsepower and 336 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels. i'll take that thank you very much.

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I'm a RN, $41/hr. Plus I'm a music producer, I'm trying to get rich. Yeah I'm in the hood. I use to sell drugs and all that, but I got my mind right. I don't type slang and talk amongst my peoples in slang, but I don't do it in the work place or any other place where correct grammar is needed. I always think about how Canada is an free country just as America, but there'* barley any crime! Thats something I can't understand
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