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Old 11-17-2010, 01:30 AM   #11
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No one is ahahaha
You get used to it, I'm from the middle east so I'm used to the hot weather
Just buy a canadagoose jacket and you're good too go lol
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No one is ahahaha
You get used to it, I'm from the middle east so I'm used to the hot weather
Just buy a canadagoose jacket and you're good too go lol
Oh wow are you really? Where are you from? Nahh I use to rescue Canada geese so yeah lol that won't work with me. I wear a cami, tank, regular shirt, "shirt" hoodie, regular hoodie, an oversize hoodie, and then my big dale earnhardt leather coat & I'm still cold in the winter. It'* freaking ridiculous! It would help if I had some insulation but I'm not that desperate lol
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I'm born in Canada, but parents originally from Lebanon. its really hot there comparing to canada
yeah a big hoodie and a leather coat wont do you any good here lol
its really cold, but again its only when you go outside right into your car, once you;re inside summer or winter you dont feel a difference
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Its AMAZING how much changing the rims changes the whole appearance of your car. I had to take a double take on the first few pics of your car. I really need to find some time to do some winter preventative maintenance on my car as well before the snow flies in the next couple weeks....

Lovin the car and Essy!
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I remember the days where I had to park my nice car for winter and bring out the winter car and snow tires.

No need to do that anymore! Although I don't have a nice car to park these days anyways..

BTW love the trunk panel..I want!!!
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Its AMAZING how much changing the rims changes the whole appearance of your car. I had to take a double take on the first few pics of your car. I really need to find some time to do some winter preventative maintenance on my car as well before the snow flies in the next couple weeks....

Lovin the car and Essy!
thanks Eric, I'm sure it wont take you long before you slap some 18s or 20s on there lol
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I remember the days where I had to park my nice car for winter and bring out the winter car and snow tires.
No need to do that anymore! Although I don't have a nice car to park these days anyways..
BTW love the trunk panel..I want!!!
yeah i dont believe in parking cars for winter, if im gonna park my car for winter I'll barely get three months out of it in fort mc
when i sell my GXP, which is prolly after xmas, I am keeping my eyes open for a V Caddi, still havent decided between a CTS or STS
the HUD, keyless start/entery, & the SC are attarcting me the most to the STS
6 speed and the engine being an LS attarcts me to the CTS
regardless of which one i buy, i will be driving all year long
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Well if you want an LS series motor AND like a supercharger just get the new CTS-V, problem solved!
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Well if you want an LS series motor AND like a supercharger AND want no money left in the account just get the new CTS-V, problem solved!

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I'm born in Canada, but parents originally from Lebanon. its really hot there comparing to canada
yeah a big hoodie and a leather coat wont do you any good here lol
its really cold, but again its only when you go outside right into your car, once you;re inside summer or winter you dont feel a difference
Ohh gotcha. I've heard of Lebanon I think. Yeahh I don't think I could handle it. I was thinking about going to Alaska for college but no matter how much I wanted to go, I knew I couldn't handle the cold & that I'd hate it lol
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