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Old 10-27-2006, 08:13 PM   #1
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Well, I certainly haven't been on here much in the past year or so. I've been digging myself out of the major financial trouble I got myself into. But, as the topic denotes, all good things must come to an end. As of last monday, the B'ville has been traded in. Yes, that'* right, traded in for a newer possibility. It'* a dark blue '02 Sebring with 23K (4 cylinders, I know, big downgrade, but better gas mileage). I'd just like to thank everyone out there, both new and old, that helped me when I posted rookie questions and things of that nature. Hope all'* well with everyone else, and I'm never gonna stop pointing out Bonnevilles as they pull past me. Once again, thanks all and take care!

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hey they wont let me leave and i dont have a bonnie,, so you cant leave either
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Well, I certainly haven't been on here much in the past year or so. I've been digging myself out of the major financial trouble I got myself into. But, as the topic denotes, all good things must come to an end. As of last monday, the B'ville has been traded in. Yes, that'* right, traded in for a newer possibility. It'* a dark blue '02 Sebring with 23K (4 cylinders, I know, big downgrade, but better gas mileage). I'd just like to thank everyone out there, both new and old, that helped me when I posted rookie questions and things of that nature. Hope all'* well with everyone else, and I'm never gonna stop pointing out Bonnevilles as they pull past me. Once again, thanks all and take care!

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hah, better change the bottom of you're sig then!!!

but hey, stick around!!!
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Well, I certainly haven't been on here much in the past year or so. I've been digging myself out of the major financial trouble I got myself into. But, as the topic denotes, all good things must come to an end. As of last monday, the B'ville has been traded in. Yes, that'* right, traded in for a newer possibility. It'* a dark blue '02 Sebring with 23K (4 cylinders, I know, big downgrade, but better gas mileage). I'd just like to thank everyone out there, both new and old, that helped me when I posted rookie questions and things of that nature. Hope all'* well with everyone else, and I'm never gonna stop pointing out Bonnevilles as they pull past me. Once again, thanks all and take care!

~Nick K.
Wow, that'* a first. Why a Chrysler? And a Sebring at that? I'm guessing the car is an auto, so it gets about 28 miles a gallon. The Bonneville SE gets around 32 miles a gallon, is bigger, more reliable, and faster. It also doesn't look like a Chrysler. Sorry about being harsh, I just don't understand some peoples reasoning for buying a car.
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Well, I certainly haven't been on here much in the past year or so. I've been digging myself out of the major financial trouble I got myself into. But, as the topic denotes, all good things must come to an end. As of last monday, the B'ville has been traded in. Yes, that'* right, traded in for a newer possibility. It'* a dark blue '02 Sebring with 23K (4 cylinders, I know, big downgrade, but better gas mileage). I'd just like to thank everyone out there, both new and old, that helped me when I posted rookie questions and things of that nature. Hope all'* well with everyone else, and I'm never gonna stop pointing out Bonnevilles as they pull past me. Once again, thanks all and take care!

~Nick K.
Wow, that'* a first. Why a Chrysler? And a Sebring at that? I'm guessing the car is an auto, so it gets about 28 miles a gallon. The Bonneville SE gets around 32 miles a gallon, is bigger, more reliable, and faster. It also doesn't look like a Chrysler. Sorry about being harsh, I just don't understand some peoples reasoning for buying a car.
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Well, as I mentioned the financial situation, that means my credit is still a bit banged and bruised (UNDERSTATEMENT). The Sebring wasn't exactly my first choice, but in the end, it ended up being my only choice because no one wanted to give me financing. I'll take what I can get, I need another car, the Bonnie wouldn't have made it 6 months.
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Well, I certainly haven't been on here much in the past year or so. I've been digging myself out of the major financial trouble I got myself into. But, as the topic denotes, all good things must come to an end. As of last monday, the B'ville has been traded in. Yes, that'* right, traded in for a newer possibility. It'* a dark blue '02 Sebring with 23K (4 cylinders, I know, big downgrade, but better gas mileage). I'd just like to thank everyone out there, both new and old, that helped me when I posted rookie questions and things of that nature. Hope all'* well with everyone else, and I'm never gonna stop pointing out Bonnevilles as they pull past me. Once again, thanks all and take care!

~Nick K.
Wow, that'* a first. Why a Chrysler? And a Sebring at that? I'm guessing the car is an auto, so it gets about 28 miles a gallon. The Bonneville SE gets around 32 miles a gallon, is bigger, more reliable, and faster. It also doesn't look like a Chrysler. Sorry about being harsh, I just don't understand some peoples reasoning for buying a car.
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Well, as I mentioned the financial situation, that means my credit is still a bit banged and bruised (UNDERSTATEMENT). The Sebring wasn't exactly my first choice, but in the end, it ended up being my only choice because no one wanted to give me financing. I'll take what I can get, I need another car, the Bonnie wouldn't have made it 6 months.
Oh, sorry, didn't read the part about the credit. I understand how that is.
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