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Old 02-07-2005, 10:45 AM   #21
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Mines kinda like a having a kid. Even with it'* annoying habits (been having minor problems lately) you still gotta love it.

I've wanted a Bonne ever since the 96'* with the "Jack-O-Lantern" tail lights came out.
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I like both of mine... great to drive and fun to tinker with. They are relatively easy to work on, big and comfy, with a surprising amount of get-up-and-so (properly equipped, of course ) "Luxury with attitude" I read in someone'* sig once and I totally agree.
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If I could afford something else, I would defenately have something else though. This would be a good second car for me.
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When I had one, I loved it. It had a huge sentimental value to me, even though it was really getting old. She never broke down though. She was a great car.


But I'm really happy with what I have now.
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even with all the lil problems ive been having...

after getting out of my car, and turning around to lock it, looking at it makes be really proud, straight up
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A big shiny rusty floaty-as-**** piece of tranportation
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I think the bonne has all the classic lines you could want, w/ more gadgets a gadget-aholic could stand. They are comfortable, have a big trunk, and decent power.. As for mine, it'* been a money pit, wish i woulda never bought it. I wanted a Cobra, but noooooooo I bought my Bonne cuz I got a great deal.

the upside to the Bonne is,..I visited BC and got hooked ever since and met all you special people, and my wife to be (in8 1/4 hours), Tracy.
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its old
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i like my car, mostly cuase BC.com made me fall in love with it. right now it needs too many repairs for me to really be happy with it, plus it really crappy on gas, and im moving to a place where its gonna take about a quarter of a tank to work and back home.
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A money pit, lousy on gas, blown speaker, starting to rust, lots of little problems...
Then it coughed up the engine...

But it was so fun watching the ricers slink away when they heard that superchager howl! Good power, cornered like a scalded cat, comfy, LOTS of room, good gadget-count.
All in all, I'm gonna miss her.
The Park is gonna be a good consolation prize.

And yeah, the Bonnie does seem to attract cats. I'd wash her, go inside to get my stuff, and come back outside to find a trail of little paw-prints from where Baron walked over her from front to back.
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