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Old 09-03-2004, 01:34 AM   #11
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I always get the...oh! nice Intrigue ..idiots...

But it is fun to politely correct the incorrect isnt it?! :P
What are you talking about? Dont you have a Nissan?
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It is kind of correct about bonnevilles being your grandparent'* car. A 65 year old guy owned mine before my parents bought it. BUT, that is just the market which GM has chosen to go for. That does not mean all the owners are old[er], by no means. And it also means that people think they are slow, which is just one more advantage for us. I have said this, time and time again. Sleepers are the best, and no i'm not talking about nap time.


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Yea... I see a lot of older people driving them, but back in 99 when I got my first one, I knew several kid who got them as first cars and loved them. My original one came from a sales guy in his 40s and this one came from a guy in his 40s, so there are a lot of younger people that I have seen with them
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