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Old 06-02-2005, 12:06 AM   #21
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Man the Impala is so badass........ I wouldn't give it up.
I really wouldnt but I cant drive the car anymore, last month my grandma wasnt feeling good so I took her to the ER and on the way there she had a heart attack and flatlined for around 6 minutes, they were able to revive her but she was brain dead, so later that week we pulled her off life support and she passed.

So to say the least, I really wouldnt want to get rid of it, but I was really close to my grandma, closer to her than my own mother and I just cant keep the car, bad memories, etc.
i really hate it when something like that happens.
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I am sorry about your grandmother.

The mustang looks like a fun car, especially for the summer. I'd be interested in more information about the impala. With the LTZ getting up there in miles, I could use something to drive for the summer while I fix the SSEi.
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aww man dude, we're sorry to hear about your gram. i understand fully on selling the car, i would do the same :(
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i like the foxbody mustangs, it was the last gen i did like, the brand new ones are ok but basicly a rehash
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How much ya want for the Stang... that thing is gorgeous
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Hey Sprial kudos on the 'stang. My buddy that passed away last year had the same style but notchback fassion. It was dubbed the MegaBlast.Just as the name implies this thing was a MEGABLAST. Last time at the track his run pulled a 10.99 they had to kick him off the track.LMAO. Stock bottom end all toys were done up top and full exhuast. That kid could take anyone'* musclecar and make it perform better than the owner of the vehicle. My friends 96cobra got it to run a 12.6. Have fun with the stang and throw us some links to some videos when out and about.
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Thanks guys, Its been hard but I think Im making the right decision. I would have to agree the mustang will be fun, alot of my friends own mustangs and they have some fast ones, ask SSEi_MN, he should know some of the fast guys here in MN .

JimmyFloyd send me an email to [email protected] or hit me up on AIM oCrayonGuyo and Ill provide more info.
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I always wanted an Impala

Nice set of wheels
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You should buy it then, $10k
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not a master in the impala feild. If SLP had their hand in the camaro SS then they also put their hands in the impala right. It sports a LT1 motor?
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