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06-28-2002 09:11 PM
BanditBoy No, no, no, they all drive white mini-vans!
06-28-2002 07:25 PM
Tristan
Re: Henry Ford

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Originally posted by desmo079
Good question.

Have any of you seen the ad where the young Mr. Ford (Henry the 4th?) talks about Mustangs or Ford trucks. I bet HE drives a FORD.
I'm sooo sick of that guy! I get the impression he smokes very high grade cocaine in the back of a looong limo. "I won't even stay in a hotel that I can't open the windows"
06-28-2002 04:21 PM
desmo079
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Originally posted by ga_skyline_rydr


You are probably right, more than likely the new Bentley Arnage that is rated at 425 horse power and gets under 10 miles to the gallon.
My mama told me this. Neuveau Riche by Rolls-Royce. Old money buy Bently. Bentleys are so understated. Much less chrome and no hood ornament. Just luxury and POWER.

Arn't they about $300,000.00 ?
06-28-2002 04:11 PM
spicersh
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Originally posted by ga_skyline_rydr


You are probably right, more than likely the new Bentley Arnage that is rated at 425 horse power and gets under 10 miles to the gallon.
Yeah, but do you think gas costs are a concern that makes it into is budget? Do you think he even does his own budget? Do you think he even knows how many people he has hired to count beans?

My new career goal is to become independently wealthy and be a man of leisure....
06-28-2002 03:50 PM
ga_skyline_rydr
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Originally posted by desmo079
Bentley,mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
You are probably right, more than likely the new Bentley Arnage that is rated at 425 horse power and gets under 10 miles to the gallon.
06-28-2002 03:45 PM
desmo079 Bentley,mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
06-28-2002 03:36 PM
ga_skyline_rydr Well Volkeswagen owns Rolls Royce/Bentley, and Porche/Audi, very nice cars and all very expensive. What do you suppose the CEO of Volkeswagen drives? He has a very nice stable to chose from and doesn't have to worry about the cost of the car.
06-28-2002 12:48 PM
desmo079
Henry Ford

Good question.

Have any of you seen the ad where the young Mr. Ford (Henry the 4th?) talks about Mustangs or Ford trucks. I bet HE drives a FORD.
06-27-2002 01:15 PM
HondaNut!
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Originally posted by Gimpdiggity

I'm not positive, but I think that Kia is owned by Mazda, and Mazda in turn is owned by Ford...who owns Jaguar...so...the president of Kia could drive a Jag...

Who knows...

Yep! Thats what I was gonna suggest too But he Could drive a new Mini!!

~ I agree, he/she aint drivin no Kia Rio!!!

Oh, sorry if you drive a Rio... No, really,.... Im sorry for you
06-27-2002 11:59 AM
Gimpdiggity Well, seeing as MOST crappy car companies are actually owned by another company that in turn owns quite a few companies...they probably drive the best car from the entire family of vehicles.

I'm not positive, but I think that Kia is owned by Mazda, and Mazda in turn is owned by Ford...who owns Jaguar...so...the president of Kia could drive a Jag...

Who knows...
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