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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, 03:05 PM   #31
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Good....nice to see we can all play nicely in the sandbox.

Now all of you....go hug your car :P
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I am going to shoot mine.
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Stay away from my cars :P

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Stay away from my cars :P


SOrry...maybe I did get a little carried away. I am a very passionate person about my Bonnevilles, horses, and boy and I am also very passionate about my DISLIKE for Grand Prixs..
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Coulda fooled me... :P

Its alll good Tam, we defend what we love....violently at times, so no hard feelings from anyone.
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Same here Tam. by the way, Jim didn't want me by his car when I shoot mine, LOL!!
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I'd say the GTP. Now for the other two, YUCK, The Blazer has NO performance mods. in the engine department. It'* probably slower from all the plastic cladding that makes it "sporty". Yeah, it does look o.k. but it'* not the best bang for the buck. For the honda well, enough said, it'* a honda.
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Roadrash187, go with the GTP.
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Sometimes it pains me to see people disagree so fervently. Yes, we are all passionate about what we like and dislike, but we must understand that not everyone is going to like what we like--or vice versa.

As far as tone missing from computer posts and paper, I think that whoever made emoticons was a genius. We can use them to depict laughter
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You get the picture. Put them to good use so no one mis interprets your intentions
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How can you get a Civic with the H22A? That'* a Prelude or Accord engine I think. It must have been an engine swap and in that case avoid it like plague, it has probably been abused a little.
As for the other two, depends on what you are looking for. If you want a little extra cargo space, good visibility of the road and more room in the cabin the Blazer would be the thing to take. The GTP will obviously be sportier but with that bit of sport a little space will be sacrificed.
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