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Old 04-16-2008, 12:49 PM   #11
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After owning both I have to say that the GP is every bit as comfortable as the bonneville. I like the sleek lines and I turn heads everywhere I go
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The 04+ model, while a bit heavier is a great car and I prefer the interior environment over the 97-03. The looks took a bit of a downturn but its purpose built and is affordable. The series 3 L32 is just as modifiable as the L67.
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The 04+ model, while a bit heavier is a great car and I prefer the interior environment over the 97-03. The looks took a bit of a downturn but its purpose built and is affordable. The series 3 L32 is just as modifiable as the L67.
Man I drove a 98 GT and it was plenty quick without the supercharger.
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Try looking for a Regal GS. Same car, but with a better interior, and slightly lower insurance rates. You also have an older demographic driving them, so you're less likely to get one that'* been beaten like a mule.
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Try looking for a Regal GS. Same car, but with a better interior, and slightly lower insurance rates. You also have an older demographic driving them, so you're less likely to get one that'* been beaten like a mule.
I'm thinking the suspension on a car like that would tend to be a bit boaty... and I really like the looks of the GTP.
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