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Old 08-24-2005, 02:58 PM
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Sounds great bud!

I should have it early next week (pending some minor rear bumper repairs)
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well as you know it is defenitly better in the snow than the Rora.
good call.
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Originally Posted by jr's3800
Might have to **** on your stars again... LMAO

Srry, just had to say it...
**** away my friend

Gummy, the Aurora is a decent car in the winter, rides low, FWD, however I really didnt feel like taking off the 255'* and I have a but of body work to do on the rear fender. Its to nice of a car to put it thru yet another winter. I can keep it underground, warm and dry for the cold months (drive it on nice days to keep it active) but use the Bonneville when I have to do daily driving in the winter.
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The paint is in decent shape, the mirrors have a bit of paint fade, but thats ok for 12 years old, few faults here and there, but man, the pros waaaayyyy outnumber the cons, making it a great pickup for me.
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Very nice Jimbo!! Supercharged power, woot. Dont sell that Aurora though, i think it would be a pretty good mistake.

How much did you pay?

Also are you going to add any power mods to it or you dont go crazy with that stuff? I know if i had an SSEi, i would prolly be broke right about now.
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Originally Posted by jr's3800
Jim is keeping the Snow.... He won't be selling it... The Bonnie is the Winter car
But which one will Angie get to drive?
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