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Old 08-24-2005, 08:55 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by L27Buick
Originally Posted by auroradude
I bet that lady/guys house is a mess too. .
i can really tell how clean the house is by their car. its really true try it with ur friends, it works on all of mine.
Yes, very true. When we're interviewing tenants for our rental properties, I always take a good glance at the interior of the cars just to see what kind of people they are. Not that messy people are bad, just that I'd rather have a clean one. They'll take better care of my house.

bonne'* are beaters for some people you know...
Yes, very true. I'm the first to admit that I haven't washed mine in over 6 months and the last coat of wax was 1.5 years ago. I'll put my mechanical maintenance up against anyone here, though. My car'* not a beater, but it'* certainly not my baby either.

My like for Bonnevilles started with an old 87 that I bought as a beater...
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people make the car not the other way around.
This Bonnes sooooo sad.
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