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And this years winter beater is.....

1987 olds cutlass. Haven't even seen it but for 300 beans who cares! Hahahahahaha, in the spring I will demo derby it! Hahahahahahahaa. Someday I might actually have a car payment, til then junkers all the way! Hahahahahaha.


Andy, I need some of those spinners hubcaps for 15 inch wheel. Hahahahahha
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Atta Boy!!! That is the way to do it. Who the hell needs a car payment.
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Nice, safe car for the wife and kids, beaters for me to run in the winter and park all summer. hahahahahahahaha
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Now I need a mullet and some fuzzy dice. Hahahahahaha. I just couldn't buy the used Caravan I found. Who has some Iron Maiden on cassette? Ralley Rims? white letter tires? hahahahahahahaha
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U could have put the bike in the caravan though. I would wheel a caravan.
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there is a van on mt pleasant road 1/4 mile after rain's autobody, 450 for it
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U could have put the bike in the caravan though. I would wheel a caravan.

2500 for 1990 Dodge caravan. green with biege interior. Looked hammered. I didn't get how many miles and being a Dodge, tranny is gonna be a problem.

Couldn't do it, besides if this Cutlass is the v8 rwd (just had a new carb put on it so I believe it will be) I can tow the bike. Hahahahaha
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tranny is gonna be a problem.
and Head Gasket.
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Duess, what are you driving this Winter?
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Duess, what are you driving this Winter?
Either my F-150 or my Pathfinder.
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