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Old 07-03-2003, 02:40 PM   #21
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I am not trying to rip on anyone, but, would this be an example of domestic rice?
http://www.cardomain.com/member_page...c%20Bonneville
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I am not trying to rip on anyone, but, would this be an example of domestic rice?
http://www.cardomain.com/member_page...c%20Bonneville
The only thing I don't really like is that stupid wing...boo agrees
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i thought they couldnt read your license plate da bonne was goin so fast
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Tam, I don't wanna be knocking on your opinion too hard. But I think if you actually saw what a stock Sentra was capable of, you may change your thoughts.

Then again, maybe I love 'em because I'm just a big Nissan fan.
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Old 07-03-2003, 07:25 PM   #25
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2003 Bonneville SSEi
240 [email protected] 5200 RPM,280lb/[email protected]
Thats all i got to say!

who else knows a family car that can haul groceries like you wouldnt belive, beat a [email protected]$$ ricer out there?? i dont know of any.....hehe
Family car that hauls groceries like you wouldn't believe
2003 BMW M5
394 [email protected] 6600 RPM, 368lb/[email protected] RPM
0-60 MPH 4.8 sec.

Thats all i got to say!
 
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who can afford those tho w/o selling your life savings..heh
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sorry...i posted the post below under murdock'* (this one) name
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2002 Sentra...supposedly 0-60 and quarter mile times are a bit slower (and that'* MANUAL) than my 95 Bonneville is stock....plus it'* a bottom of the line model without a lot of options, comfort, etc...and I'm supposed to be impressed...no, i'm not, sorry.

Entry level cars certainly don't impress me...and when people buy them so they have more money on mods...it just dosn't make sense...why not buy a better car that'* faster to begin with so you WON'T need as many mods to hit that speed you want...oh well, just my views.

Oh, Almatige..just for the record...if GM were ever to go belly up (knock on wood) then I would buy Nissan (my aunt has an Altima that'* alright)...but I don't see that happening any time soon So i will remain strictly and biasly a Bonneville/GM (except for Grand Prix! ) girl
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American Car
2003 Bonneville SSEi
240 [email protected] 5200 RPM,280lb/[email protected]
Thats all i got to say!

who else knows a family car that can haul groceries like you wouldnt belive, beat a [email protected]$$ ricer out there?? i dont know of any.....hehe
Ok, this thread is full of bullshit. I'm not going to touch it except for the quoted thread. So the bonne SSE can be considered rice to you people also. NONFUNCTIONAL WING & BODY KIT!!!!!

Yeah, My FU**ING Galant VR4. I can whoop the **** out of any of the bonnies on this site, damn near including my LS6. Lets see 450hp, AWD, AWS, 4 doors, leather interior, 6 disc changer, sunroof, 18" rims & get 26MPG. Beat that!!!

Also did you not see the post about the Evo & WRX?

Blah, this thread is worthless. Hypocrit'*
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You know...thats a good point...
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