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Old 07-03-2006, 03:18 PM   #11
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No collision? Tsk, tsk.
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Old 07-03-2006, 03:21 PM   #12
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Not another one! I'm soooo sorry to hear about the accident, but very greatful you're hear to write about it. Take care and heal fast.
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Old 07-03-2006, 03:23 PM   #13
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Mike!!!!!!!!!!!!! Why?!?!?! WHY!?!?!?! Did your car have a white undercoat on it? Ben called and said your car died. That really sucks man. Anyways. Glad you're ok and you're not dead. Look at it this way. You can always come over to the Ford side now Best wishes and get well soon.
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I just feel so bad for you, man. Not only did you sustain physical injuries, you had a lot of time, sweat, and money invested in that car. It was one of the finest examples of a club member who did all their work themselves and pushed the envelope with L36 performance. I'm just glad the brain behind the operation is still intact. You gotta stop having these near death experiences, man. First you get nailed on your bike, now your car is dead!

Rest up, and don't even think about your car. You'll get something else someday, and I'm sure you'll be wrenching on it in no time. Until then, we're just glad you're still with us.
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Actually.... Before the insurance company claims it(if they do?), pull all of the parts out of the engine that you put in it. Heads, cam, pushrods, etc. Grab that ****!
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Old 07-03-2006, 05:15 PM   #16
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$300 later I have her back. I'll try and take pics soon. Lots of stuff is going to go up for sale..
Yeah pretty sh!tty but self loathing isn't going to get me anywhere. When you hit rock bottom theres only one direction to go. Up.
Thanks agian for all your concern.
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Thats too bad! good that you survived pretty good.
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Sorry to hear. I know you put a lot work into her. Glad to her you're ok.
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man i'm sorry you're banged up.. that car was truly unique.. i am sorry about the loss

i'm glad you're okay and the car did its job.. but.. i am curious to see how bad this car is.. maybe if the engine is okay, get another bonneville, swap motors, and go from there?
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this is not what i wanted to see when i got back from a long weekend :(

Im glad you alive with only minor injurys, Once again we can all thank a Bonneville for saving a friend
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