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Posted: 9/28/2007 10:42:20 AM
What sucks also about that is I just bought the Toyota in feb 07 and paid 200.00 for new tags and then they make me renew the tags again before my birthday and thats fucked up paid twicew in one year a total of 246.00
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Posted: 9/28/2007 10:42:31 AM
2007 Saab 93 Turbo
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Posted: 9/28/2007 10:44:30 AM
2006 Saab 9-3 Aero, fast as darn, but the re-sale value is pathetic
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Posted: 9/28/2007 10:55:18 AM
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Posted: 9/28/2007 11:08:17 AM
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Posted: 9/28/2007 11:13:41 AM
during the week- company car
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Posted: 9/28/2007 11:30:29 AM
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1989 Honda Accord..

Gets me to and from the double wide down town...


Before my Avalon I retired my 1989 Toyota Corolla, she had 242,000 miles on her.
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Posted: 9/28/2007 11:37:01 AM
Perhaps the better question would have been WHAT DO YOU OWN AND DRIVE?  =)
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Posted: 9/28/2007 11:39:41 AM
Ford Areostar Minivan during the week Work Car
Mini Cooper on the weekend.
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Posted: 9/28/2007 11:44:24 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by inFAMOUS-STYLE:

Apparently all you guys are millionaires and or must be hitting your bets at a 90% clip.  Every other car mentioned is 2007 Porsche, Beamer, Benz, etc.  GIve me a break.  If everybody believes that then you must believe these idiots in here who bet 20k a game or forgot to post a play and it hit for them big time.
WallStreet you seem to be the only normal one in this thread.



Do you think everyone on this board is a sophmore in college like you sitting in their campus dorm room?  


And if I was lying about my cars do you think I would claim to own a 50k SUV and a 3 year old 7 series?  

I think you have a misconception on what people with real money drive.  The most expensive car listed above is probably retburj's 06 7 series at a mere 70k.

You think it takes a millionaire to drive a 70k car?   You can lease that for $750 bucks a month.  I got more than that on south florida tonite. 
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Posted: 9/28/2007 11:46:17 AM
I have a '90 VW Corrado.. ..
 
It's been broken for a 6 weeks now.... parts are super expensive but its close to being where i need it.  
 
 
I see from this thread that my car would look like a throwaway next to some of these beauties mentioned above.
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Posted: 9/28/2007 11:49:12 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by NappyNadiel:

I have a '90 VW Corrado.. ..
 
It's been broken for a 6 weeks now.... parts are super expensive but its close to being where i need it.  
 
 
I see from this thread that my car would look like a throwaway next to some of these beauties mentioned above.


I appreciate your response, it helps rebuild my perspective.  Get it fixed and be proud. 
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Posted: 9/28/2007 11:54:06 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by NappyNadiel:

  
 
I see from this thread that my car would look like a throwaway next to some of these beauties mentioned above.



Everyone is in different places in their lives on this board.  If you are nearing 40 years old and own your own business, then yes your 1990 corrado might be in need of an upgrade, but it might be perfect for your place in life right now. 
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Posted: 9/28/2007 11:54:58 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by NappyNadiel:

I have a '90 VW Corrado.. ..
 
It's been broken for a 6 weeks now.... parts are super expensive but its close to being where i need it.  
 
 
I see from this thread that my car would look like a throwaway next to some of these beauties mentioned above.


Plus I assume you OWN this car, where I assume most in this thread are leasing or paying notes.. No shame in your vehicle, get it fixed or as you say "get it to where you need it."

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Posted: 9/28/2007 12:13:08 PM
Yes i own my '90 Corrado, no payments.. ..  second one i've had. When i was teenager i had one that i couldnt afford to keep on the road and it got stolen. Blessing in disguise i guess. Now i have basicaly the same car 8 yrs later but parts are triple what they used to be and even harder to find.
 
I'm not on here to brag...  i only make about 55k a year, dont make huge plays on games (me 1 unit =100$), rent a decent appmt in Vancouver BC, I just don't claim to be anything i'm not on these boards. I'm pretty happy with my Corrado most of the time when it's running well.
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Posted: 9/28/2007 12:29:42 PM
Do you think everyone on this board is a sophmore in college like you sitting in their campus dorm room?  


And if I was lying about my cars do you think I would claim to own a 50k SUV and a 3 year old 7 series?  

I think you have a misconception on what people with real money drive.  The most expensive car listed above is probably retburj's 06 7 series at a mere 70k.

You think it takes a millionaire to drive a 70k car?   You can lease that for $750 bucks a month.  I got more than that on south florida tonite. 

 

 

$750 a month is still A LOT to most people...but well said and awesome post!
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Posted: 9/28/2007 12:36:50 PM
I'm in Costa Rica, streets are fucked up here, I rather walk with my 1999 black nike's size 42
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Posted: 9/28/2007 12:42:39 PM
me-'00 Boxster S
wife-'03 MDX with Pioneer nav/DVD and dual head rest monitors for my little 11 month girl (1st one, was very excited and got everything for her)



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Posted: 9/28/2007 12:44:32 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by richardtonsj:

me-'00 Boxster S
wife-'03 MDX with Pioneer nav/DVD and dual head rest monitors for my little 11 month girl (1st one, was very excited and got everything for her)





Also a proud member of the 986 forum for those who know what I'm talking about...


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Posted: 9/28/2007 1:54:06 PM
2003 Chevy Tahoe Z71 - My Wife drives
1993 Ford Taurus - I drive (I bought for $1,000 cash a month ago after turning in my 2004 Honda Accord lease)
 
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Posted: 9/28/2007 2:18:43 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by $OC$:




Do you think everyone on this board is a sophmore in college like you sitting in their campus dorm room?  


And if I was lying about my cars do you think I would claim to own a 50k SUV and a 3 year old 7 series?  

I think you have a misconception on what people with real money drive.  The most expensive car listed above is probably retburj's 06 7 series at a mere 70k.

You think it takes a millionaire to drive a 70k car?   You can lease that for $750 bucks a month.  I got more than that on south florida tonite. 
I am very impressed that you bet more that $750 on South Florida.  Would you also like to tell me about your supermodel wife and your kids that got a 1600 on their sat @ 7 yrs old.  You may indeed drive what you say and that is great for you but why brag that 750 is pocket change to you and telling us what you bet??????  Whenever your out of your meeting with Trump you can respond........
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Posted: 9/28/2007 3:40:12 PM
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Posted: 9/28/2007 3:56:18 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by inFAMOUS-STYLE:

I am very impressed that you bet more that $750 on South Florida.  Would you also like to tell me about your supermodel wife and your kids that got a 1600 on their sat @ 7 yrs old.  You may indeed drive what you say and that is great for you but why brag that 750 is pocket change to you and telling us what you bet??????  Whenever your out of your meeting with Trump you can respond........


I don't see why you cant understand that adults have money. Not one single person in this thread has bragged. Personally I think you must live in a non car culture type city like NYC . Cause in Socal you HAVE to drive to get anywhere and get anything done. Once you have been here you will realize that alot of people have nice cars. Seriously every other car is a 30k and up car here in most areas. Why is betting $750 or more on a game hard to believe ? This is a forum for gamblers most of which are probaly degenerates and bet alot of money on games. I just dont understand the whole " hey stop bragging thing" Just cause someone happens to have a bmw or mercedes. Those companys I just mentioned sell alot of cars wouldnt you think some people that bet on sports buy them??
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Posted: 9/28/2007 4:00:50 PM
2003 ford F150 Supercrew, I love it.  I put in a custom soundsystem as well.
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Posted: 9/28/2007 4:59:03 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by inFAMOUS-STYLE:

I am very impressed that you bet more that $750 on South Florida.  Would you also like to tell me about your supermodel wife and your kids that got a 1600 on their sat @ 7 yrs old.  You may indeed drive what you say and that is great for you but why brag that 750 is pocket change to you and telling us what you bet??????  Whenever your out of your meeting with Trump you can respond........


Just to pacify my curiosity, can you share with us your age, a little bit of family economic background, current job and what your life aspirations are?

Because if I am reading it correctly, you think that because a person has $1500 a month in car payments and wager a few hundred bucks on a game, they must be a Forbes 400 member?

Sure, I understand different economic backgrounds exist, but your naievety of this subject is mind blowing.
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