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Old 10-23-2003, 10:06 PM   #41
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OMG, i am in love. I thouth it would feel like my car , but that sucker is quick as hell!!!! The responsiveness is crazy..turning was easier..bla bla bla. I believe i'm set on what car i'm buying after college. 0-60 splits felt at least a second faster..but thats just the way it felt, i'm sure it was less. After all its a bit less luxurious, but i'm willing to lose a little. It had leather, heated seats. HUD, dual climate control and FAST! sorry this was poorly written..i was just splurging out ..and i still love the alien so semma down
Sorry a bit off topic man hehe, but do you by any chance have any sound clips of your car? I cant help but notice you have a flow 80, and im looking at a new exhaust system. Thanks man!
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Tam they are just slightly smaller and they cost less, thats why everyone buys them. They fit many morep people'* uses then a bonnie.
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Tam they are just slightly smaller and they cost less, thats why everyone buys them. They fit many morep people'* uses then a bonnie.
isn't that what i said? Smaller and cheaper?? Lets start making jokes at Jason now how he refers to cars in purple and grey now i didn't think so...
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Are you back abusing your co-wokers?
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Not quite yet. Not til tonight. Just awake early due to a wrong number on the wife'* cell phone...
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hey I must join the NA members club, after all look at my login, that alone should make me vice president or something
count me in too Series II club anyone???
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Tam they are just slightly smaller and they cost less, thats why everyone buys them. They fit many morep people'* uses then a bonnie.
isn't that what i said? Smaller and cheaper?? Lets start making jokes at Jason now how he refers to cars in purple and grey now i didn't think so...
They cost less cause they are smaller, and have smaller power ratings (even though that'* easily fixed) I wouldn't mind a nice 2 dr GTP though, maybe my next car? NO grand prix can roll or creep like a bonnie, but they can whip it around, which is one thing i miss about my old car. Both good cars, one more common, and therefore more common to (*&#$holes who think they are the chit. We're saying the same thing, lets leave it at that.
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Ok i went to the junkyard today... out of 4 acres of jam packed cars there was ONE...yes ONE bonneville and leme see i think like 15 Grand Prix/Grand Ams.... long live Bonnevilles...theyre the staineless steel, supercharged, energizer bunny of cars.....
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I haven't been to the junkyards here, but I do know there'* a buttload of older Bonne'* on the road (well, 92 and up). Most of the GrandAms and Grand Prix (what'* the plural of Prix? Prixes?) are newer models. Late 90'* at the earliest. Looks like Bonne'*, if nothing else, have better owner loyalty. Kinda hard to tell which ones are original owners, tho...
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