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Old 02-10-2006, 10:04 PM   #31
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My favourite comment comes from my dad.. he'* a bigger Ford nut than I am... "Those door panels are f***ing ugly! What the hell is with those damn big carpet boxes!!" .. or "This thing rides great, even though the rear shocks are shot.." The only things he can say about my Bonne are what is wrong with it, and will be fixed in no time.. LOL
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new comment tonight...

"is your windshield leaking?"

from the intense shine coming from my dash gloss
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My favourite comment comes from my dad.. he'* a bigger Ford nut than I am... "Those door panels are f***ing ugly! What the H*** is with those damn big carpet boxes!!" .. or "This thing rides great, even though the rear shocks are shot.." The only things he can say about my Bonne are what is wrong with it, and will be fixed in no time.. LOL
My next door neighbor is a Ford nut and all he ever says when he helps us fix ether the Bonnie or the Cadillac is "******* GM."
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"This car is immaculate. You must spend hours everyday cleaning this thing. I am afraid to even touch it." (mostly true story...well, its how i remember it)
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"This car is immaculate. You must spend hours everyday cleaning this thing. I am afraid to even touch it." (mostly true story...well, its how i remember it)
You get a lot of comments on that car...

P.*. Not scared dBeast! :P
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"This car is immaculate. You must spend hours everyday cleaning this thing. I am afraid to even touch it." (mostly true story...well, its how i remember it)
You get a lot of comments on that car...
A lot more than you could ever dream of getting in that GA
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"This car is immaculate. You must spend hours everyday cleaning this thing. I am afraid to even touch it." (mostly true story...well, its how i remember it)
You get a lot of comments on that car...
A lot more than you could ever dream of getting in that GA
You are so going to get it! You know that right?
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First test drive with my friend "Holy **** (as he clicks on his seat belt)

Pulling into the gas station " Is that a Rolls Royce"

My favorite was when I was pulled over for a security check (terroist check I live in N.Y.C.) cop A looks at cop b and says "what kind of car is that all I see is R'*
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"This car is immaculate. You must spend hours everyday cleaning this thing. I am afraid to even touch it." (mostly true story...well, its how i remember it)
You get a lot of comments on that car...
A lot more than you could ever dream of getting in that GA
I don't think I've EVER heard a GA get a compliment!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I get the most compliments for the comfortable seats.
The paint quality is a close second though.
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