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Old 08-15-2005, 12:36 PM
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Good looking family. What the heck happened to you???

(dont spit on my stickers!!! )
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What stickers, after that comment.
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yeah thats me in the orange... top left... and my lil 16 yr old bro under me....

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Am I the only one who feels sorry for these two ladies? You weenies made them wear their own shirt colors!
my grandma is a double widow

and my aunt is divored with 2 kids that could not make it...
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I figured it was something like that, Andrew... I just thought it might have made them feel even more "alone" sitting there in different shirts. I wasn't really trying to make a serious commentary though; just point out a silly detail.

Great car pics. So was it a GN or a GNX?

And notice where you were when you had this fun experience......


......is this heaven?


No. It'* Iowa.
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wow, theres a LOT of kids in your family
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Originally Posted by harofreak00
yeah thats me in the orange... top left... and my lil 16 yr old bro under me.......
Does he have a bonnie?
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Corvette and CTS-V only thing missing is a GTO and all my favorites would be there
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Great car pics. So was it a GN or a GNX?
didnt really look...there were so many cars there..and i only had 1 hr to look cuz we were taking the family pics soon

what is the difference anyways?

wow, theres a LOT of kids in your family
yeah and notice how there is nobody else my age... :(

Does he have a bonnie?
grand am...

mom has the other bonnie...

Corvette and CTS-V only thing missing is a GTO and all my favorites would be there
lots of older GTO'* there.... no pics...and no new ones...
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The regular Grand Nationals ranged from 200 to 245 horsepower depending on the model year (1984-1987). They made anywhere from 300 to 355 lb/ft of torque, and this all came from a turbocharged 3.8 V6. The GNX (which I think stood for Grand National Experimental) was a special edition only available in the last model year, 1987. It went straight from the factory as a stock GN and was modified by McClaren to make 276hp and 360 ft/lb of torque. It was (and still is) a beast, and only 547 were produced. Very rare, and very cool. It'* a bigger deal to see a GNX than a regular GN.
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Not 'jacking the post but,Here'* a GNX

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1987-...QQcmdZViewItem

Look quick...........only here for a couple of days!!!!!!!
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