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Old 08-28-2003, 03:02 PM   #171
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Well go sit in a firebird or a celica I'm talking about late model cars, not big boats. Another thing with most (not all) 2 dr'* is parking, and getting out.... I try to never park next to them cause of this..
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Old 08-28-2003, 03:03 PM   #172
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You ever make eye contact with a girl thru your rear view mirror and she has that look in her eyes....ya, thats why...in the front on the way there...in the back on the way..well..back...

4 doors all the way
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all 3 of my (two door) cars have decient back seats (although I wouldnt want to ride back there) The camaro would be ok for like car seats... and people that dont have feet... but the toros are fine... Yea the 2 door cars have longer doors... thats so people can still get in the back...
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OH MY GODDDDD

whoo hooo....Autobahn confirmed, my Rora sports the Special Edition QQX RPO code, TaylorD? does this mean no governor?? and V-rated rubbers

3.71:1 gear ratio.....



I knew the gold emblems on the hood and trunk meant something..



Sorry, I had to express my joy somehow :P
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Oh don't worry about expressing your joy. You express all your feelings here.
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You'll forgive me for that though, the novelty still hasn't worn off, hell it hasn't even started...I don't even have it yet :P
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Pictures as soon as you get it waxed up
Tomorrow if I have time Im going to run to the dealership to see if they have any final 500s I mite want to put a morgage on the house
Is the build sheet in codes? or will it say exactly whats in the car? Cuz i think i mite get one tomorrow too.
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and does it have a saftey feature for when you open the driver side door and you push lock the doors stay unlocked?
I'm aware I'm quoting an older post

Regarding that feature... it'* not that special to me, although my Bonny doesn't have it. My 1985 Toyota, on the other hand, does... which might explain why it'* nothing special to me on a car from 1996
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Right! I hate it if I had ppl in the back seat of the car and having to get out for them because 2 doors are missing. No offense, I still would like to get an '85 Grand National though.
hmm. My car'* a 2 door and I don't have to get out to let people in the back seat out.
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lol...good point Custom...just don't park to close and let those doors catch a breeze
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