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Old 10-14-2003, 01:25 PM   #1
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headlight fluid lol..thats classic
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Best part.. the cigarette lighter is free.. but will cost $75 to install it..
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You can count on Midas
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"Somehow the right tires got on the left, and the left tires got on the right. It'* a good thing the front didn't get on a back"
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headlight fluid lol..thats classic
that'* almost as bad as sending a student pilot into the hanger for a gallon can of "Propwash".
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Headlight fluid is also in Red Vs Blue...
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Headlight fluid is also in Red Vs Blue...


I wish I could.. but my car is missing a tranny.. and I have to go get 2 for my car.. and cheap out and not have reverse to save the $$ for that colored headlight fluid
wonder if they have to change my airbag for HID
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ROFL thats GREAT ... but scarey that ppl wii gofor that.. that one im definatly saving!



Oh and Drift you need to update your cardomain links in your sig...i think theyve been changed on you... Or my internet could be screwed up... always a possibility....
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Makes me wonder about that muffler belt...
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