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View Poll Results: Which car would you rather have?
98-00 GTP 22 91.67%
98-00 Blazer Xtreme 2 8.33%
96-98 civic w/H22A 0 0%
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Old 08-27-2003, 05:10 AM   #1
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which one would you get. I keep on having problems with my power steering assembly and my warranty is about to expire in less than 5k so I am trying to decide on it now and save.
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GTP...no contest. That'* only because 97-02 SSEi was not a choice.
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GTP...you'll like it
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Not as big or smooth riding as the ville, but you will get your monies worth.
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which one would you get. I keep on having problems with my power steering assembly and my warranty is about to expire in less than 5k so I am trying to decide on it now and save.
I'd say blazer. The GTP and civic are both toilet cars. Who wants something everybody and their brother has?
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I beleive all cars are "toilet cars". I can't find one car theat hasn't been duplicated unless is a concept car.
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Sorry...gotta disagree there. Back in 87, when the Bonneville was redesigned, it was groundbreaking. And I have not seen a car like my new one replicated very often, the toilet car reference was more of a personal opinion then a reflection of vehicles in general.

Lets not let this get outta hand folks.
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which one would you get. I keep on having problems with my power steering assembly and my warranty is about to expire in less than 5k so I am trying to decide on it now and save.
I'd say blazer. The GTP and civic are both toilet cars. Who wants something everybody and their brother has?
i agree, plus theres lots more room in the blazer (even better if you want a system...). and you can put up to 22"* on it (if its the same suspension setup as the 95-97 s10) go for the blazer plus i think insurance will be a little less on the blazer... only downside tot he blazer is the cost of the GFX if you break one..lets say the front airdam.... it alone is like $500
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I was meaning that once they make a car, they don't make just one. I thought the same thing here in Chicago how the other car clubs like the MC'*, the Grand Prix'* and the Cutlass Supremes had the most cars out of everyone else'*. Estimated 200 cars in those clubs. My club only has 61 members total. I mean they don't make as any bonnevilles as they do the other cars (Cutlass, now Intruigue soon deleted), I just had to look at it like this. They make one car they going to make thousands of it. Regardless what year it is. I thougjht this was a know truth. THIS IS NOT A FLAME.
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I'm loyal to Pontiac. I'd take the GTP.
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