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Old 11-25-2007, 01:53 AM   #41
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Black '85 Grand Prix, with a turboed 4.3.
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Gun, Motor Carriage, T28. 95 tons, 12 inches of armor in front, and carrying a 105mm ultra high velocity gun. It was intended for use in destroying bunkers along Hitler'* Siegfried line, as well as normal tank on tank combat.

That'd impress everyone, especially after I drove it over a few rented limos.
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No dreaming....this would be legit...
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Doesn't matter if it'* 500 or 500,000 dollars, what would you want to show up to your reunion in? Sports car? 4x4? Bonneville? AMC Eagle?

Hmmm...nothing. I have as little use for the folks I knew in High School as they have for me. Never heard a word from any of them 'cept the one I married. I'll pass on any reunions.
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On second thought, scratch the Grand Prix.

DM62 Locomotive car, set on top of a Russian "Hurricane" Ballistic missile launch platform.
HUMMER owners, eat your hearts out... :P
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