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Old 02-08-2009, 07:09 PM   #1
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got a question, my friend has a 1993 bonneville se with 125,000 miles on it and i have a 1993 boneville ssei with 165,000 miles on it, and they both run just fine, no mechanical problems except for the fact that they have that many miles on them. does anyoe think i can beat him in a race? no modification on either cars, both stock
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Are you supercharged? If so, by bye SE
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Are you supercharged? If so, by bye SE
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seeeyaaaaa SE

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SE in mirror is losing...ha ha!....FTW!
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I SEe you in the mirror.
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ok but once you've blown away other Bonneville'*, focus on Ford'* next
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ok but once you've blown away other Bonneville'*, focus on Ford'* next
i agree with that........ i just focus on ford'* any one can take a 4.6 Thunderbird out with an SE even ive done it...................i wish i had an SSEI... but i got what i got make the best of it
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Mustangs always look good in the rear view mirror.
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lol, i can even fend off mustangs with my alero!
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That'* because they are big, heavy, under powered cars. The look on their face when they get owned by a big grandpa car, priceless.
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yep...you'd think that they would have those ford 3.8'* tuned into the power range of thegm 3.8 but they aren't even close!
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