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Old 06-12-2006, 12:40 PM   #11
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I'm so freaking torn. I get good vibes from the car, but I just have zero passion for driving right now.
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Old 06-12-2006, 12:43 PM   #12
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I'm so freaking torn. I get good vibes from the car, but I just have zero passion for driving right now.
Morty? Did you read what I said? If you get good vibes, buy it and you DON"T have to drive it right away, you'll have it there when you're ready
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I'm so freaking torn. I get good vibes from the car, but I just have zero passion for driving right now.
Morty? Did you read what I said? If you get good vibes, buy it and you DON"T have to drive it right away, you'll have it there when you're ready
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Old 06-12-2006, 12:52 PM   #14
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You'll never conquer a fear by not confronting it. Avoid it for long enough, and it will rule you.

As for the car, sounds like a helluva deal!!!
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go for it! i let my crash rock me for a month and now i look at it and go why, once you buy it your love of driving will come back!!! just look at matt with his new bonnie***
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Old 06-12-2006, 01:04 PM   #16
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buy it, then you can spend a lot of time with it washing and waxing and detailing the crap out of her... then you'll probibly want to get in and drive again...
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BUY it and now!. I once suffered a bad Mototcycle wreck that took one of my 9 lives and man, you got to swallow the fear and get back on that horse... if you dont it will just get worse over time. Ride on dude and feel blessed ya made it thru OK> **** just happens , so dont try to make a omen or a lesson out of it other than keep your belt on and your side vision alert.
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***^ just happens
lifes motto... sad but true.

I know its rough now but just remember it will get better.
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Well....if u do get behind the wheel again....at least a bonnie would save ur a$$ from a possible accident again!!
Second that!! The 97'* are a great car.
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Second that!! The 97'* are a great car.
Durability Study Case #5873 was performed by Greg T in a white Bonneville. Exercise: Car vs. gate and brick wall.

I trust Cheetah when he says they are great!
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