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Old 10-14-2004, 10:12 PM   #11
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Kalamazoo...my uncle works up there, Denooyer Chevrolet. Thats crazy. I agree with the one statement above: Civic'* everywhere and they burn the Pontiac. Some people...
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Old 10-14-2004, 11:29 PM   #12
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couldnt they have used a Yugo?

One of my old cars from years back, a 1980 Buick Regal, ended up being used as a fire department "Jaws of Life" demo. The guy I sold it to ran it into the ground and was in the boneyard a mere 2 days before it was donated and dissected at a grade school. MrsCrzydmnd and I saw the after result where the demo was held near her parents house. Sad. I proposed to her in that car too :(
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Old 10-15-2004, 12:53 AM   #13
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What?!!? what the hell is that!! I cant belive that..burn a damned saturn..all it would do is melt into a nice blob on the street!
The Bonneville gods will get there revenge this time!
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ah, coulda been worse; Coulda been one of YOUR Bonnies aye justin U should be glad at least it'* maroon and not white
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haha! very true.. but what about the maroon bonnie owners? loL!


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Old 10-15-2004, 07:56 AM   #16
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Looks like the ELC was busted
Motor/Tranny is missing. It'* definatly sad, Hope someone learned something.
I know I was teasing, however you do see a lot of 87-91 SSE with saggy asses, did I make "light" of the situation?
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Hey, Coldwater (Burlington) was my old stomping grounds...How dare they...
I live in Burlington and went to school in Union City.
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Wow! you LIVE in burlington???? That place is a one horse town...and I think the horse died. I love Burlington. Population 350 or so. Used to do the Advisor route there.

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They could have made some money off that bonnie too. It has the fogs, headlights, and turn signals.. and the taillights were probably good too. Not the mention any electronics in that sucker!


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Wow! you LIVE in burlington???? That place is a one horse town...and I think the horse died. I love Burlington. Population 350 or so. Used to do the Advisor route there.

Hijacked thread...shutting up now.
a hijacked thread is fine. it'* my thread.
anyway, yep, I live in good old burlington. I don't live in the "main" part of Burlington which is off of M60 but I live about 5 or so miles down 11 Mile Road off of M60. Don't know if you know where it is, but I live basically on Lee Lake.
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