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Old 02-18-2006, 12:04 AM   #21
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I didn't say I want that car, thats just the kind fo stang I'll be looking for.
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Old 02-18-2006, 12:11 AM   #22
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old Suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuupra, you know you want one
Nah, I really don't. I don't want any type of supra...sorry repins =(
haha, just pulling your leg. I know your history
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Old 02-18-2006, 09:49 AM   #23
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They can be fun cars and 100,000 at least for gm product is hardly boken -in her in . Pics would be nice if u have them
I'm just saying its my plan, I haven't found a car or anything yet

FORD BASHERS GO AHEAD AND COME OUT OF YOUR CAVES.
Two words... Ford Explorer. I've never allowed a Ford in the family until my wife insisted on gettin' a fancy Explorer. It has more miles going up and down on the lift, than on the odometer. We used to have to visit it at the repairshop, just to remember what it looked like. Fo rthe amount of time we use it, it would have been more cost effective to pay for daily rentals.

My wife is in insurance, check with your agent. Age, where you live, your own policy, or your parents etc determine the insurance. it could end up being a chunk of change considering a V8 with 2doors....

Drivin' me nuts that other areas have SSEi'* laying all over the place.
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Want a nice cruising car get a 84 to 87 Fiero and put a 3800SC in her, walk all over even heavily modded Mustangs eat GTP'* and make your Bonneville feel like granpa should be driving her. I like Mustangs for straight off the dealers lot they were pretty quick just too many around for my taste. I did a V6 to V8 swap into a nice 94 Mustang for a friend last year that works really nice. Main problem with Mustangs is insurance some companies won't even touch younger drivers with one. Dan
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