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Old 01-04-2006, 11:01 AM   #21
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You are still claiming that prior damage story...lol
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You are still claiming that prior damage story...lol
Yes, yes I am. I've never banged up a car, well that caused permanent damage. I'm a great driver really.
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You are still claiming that prior damage story...lol
Yes, yes I am. I've never banged up a car, well that caused permanent damage. I'm a great driver really.


All damage should not be considered permenant until the car is melted down. Cause up til that point, there is still a certain sum of money that can fix it, it is just the feasability of that figure that stops most cars from being repaired.

Therefore, we do not know if you are a good driver. You could just have a good bodyshop since you did admit to causing non-permenant damage.

And as for not having money, I foresee an electronic blow off valve to go with an electric turbo in her future...

And I just posted this to have some fun with PJ
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Sheesh, I'm just taking a beating, aren't I? :P

I have never in my life taken a car into the body shop, I swear. The damage I did do to the Bonne had to do with an unfortunate metting of a PVC fence post and the rear quarter of the car. In my defense, I had managed to be able to drive straight into the fenced in area, but the masses of cars which had later parked blocking my straight path through the opening caused me difficulties. In all of that, I forgot how big my butt (of the car....stop it) was and it caught the post. I had PVC on the car which I fortunatly found out, after much hard work, does come off. See! No permanent damage, and no body shop!
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Sheesh, I'm just taking a beating, aren't I? :P

I have never in my life taken a car into the body shop, I swear. The damage I did do to the Bonne had to do with an unfortunate metting of a PVC fence post and the rear quarter of the car. In my defense, I had managed to be able to drive straight into the fenced in area, but the masses of cars which had later parked blocking my straight path through the opening caused me difficulties. In all of that, I forgot how big my butt (of the car....stop it) was and it caught the post. I had PVC on the car which I fortunatly found out, after much hard work, does come off. See! No permanent damage, and no body shop!
Well since you didn't get hurt I guess I can say... that'* an awesome story LOL !!!
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Sounds like an admission of guilt to me.
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We can help her domesticate her GA under the hood... With say the addition of an M62 Eaton Blower to make it a little stronger... Anyone know how to build a 4T45-E to handle those stresses

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See! I could modify the car and do it well. No big fins, I promise!
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u know they sell some nice bodykits for the GA
thats nice, do you have a front shot?
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See! I could modify the car and do it well. No big fins, I promise!
see it'll look all stock on the outside.... Untill they hear that wine... True GA sleeper that could...

There was a Guy John Moss that actually did that with a Quad 4 Caviler... It was a tire smoker...

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