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Old 01-02-2008, 02:14 PM   #11
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Please note that mileage is dependant on the REQUIRED 91 octane premium or higher. If you can't afford premium, don't buy the car.
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OH shoot, I forgot about having to put premium in it. Hmmm maybe I should look for a NA.
I have about a 50 mile a day commute.
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Figure an extra ~$3 per fill up at today'* prices.
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I guess that is really not that much to have a SC
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It'* not. Most people are under the impression "It takes premium!?!?!?! That'* very expensive! I can't afford to use premium. Sorry, I'll pass!" When in fact that it only costs 20 cents more a gallon, which is a $1.00 more per 5 gallons, so it'* not so bad.
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I also found a 99 Regal GS Supercharged for $700. He says it is beat up but thinks he has it sold. He is suppse to call me tonight if the guy don't take it. I don't know "how" beat up it is.
Went with my dad Monday and picked up his Black 99 BMW 528i...I WANT ONE!! hahaha
My mom has a 97 540i V8 and man that sucker will run.
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