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Old 01-03-2007, 04:59 PM
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Gino,

Like I tell LS when something breaks...."If it can be fixed with money it's not that bad." When it can't...well then it's a serious problem.

Weren't you putting a lift in the backyard? That would be a good idea! Going to the Islamorada Poker Run?
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Old 01-03-2007, 05:05 PM
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On the Lambo is there little wings that open above the rear quarters? In the last one it doesn't look like they are there like in the others. Very cool and glad it finally made to ya.
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Gino,

Like I tell LS when something breaks...."If it can be fixed with money it's not that bad." When it can't...well then it's a serious problem.

Weren't you putting a lift in the backyard? That would be a good idea! Going to the Islamorada Poker Run?

Hey, Whats happening?!! Happy New Year. I had the lift put in. It's been so rough on the weekends, I decided to trasiler it to Biscayne bay.
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Old 01-03-2007, 05:08 PM
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On the Lambo is there little wings that open above the rear quarters? In the last one it doesn't look like they are there like in the others. Very cool and glad it finally made to ya.
They open when the engine gets to a cetain temp. They look good open. You can open them by hitting a button but they close when you hit 3rd gear if the engine temp isn't high enough.
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Gino I'd run with you any day. I don't care what kind of luck you've got. Somebody thats as easy goin as you is the kind of people I like around me. I can't stand it when somebody gets all up tight when something goes wrong. Your luck with vehicles doesn't sound that much different than mine I just don't have the time to type about all of it.
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Gino, Please call me ASAP, I just sent you a PM about the buyer.
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That car is Bad A$$ it dont piss me off i am happy for you. All your stuff is awsome. Hang in there your luck will get better.
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Must be a semi thing.


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Nice car, At my first glance I thought the pipes were a prop and thought what to f---.
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I checked the post history, Either this is a very strange coincidence or I have a stalker. It seems the olny time
rhd3038 posts is when it's a thread regarding one of my incidences or if it's over a Lip Ship Cigarette. Strange huh!

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Gino Could it be a ex-wife/girlfriend. They must enjoy your bad luck. Sorry to hear about your recent twist. Thats a he!!uva truck you have. You showed it to me in Sarasoto last fall while we were waiting for our trailers on Sunday morning. Hang in there everybody has good and bad happen. Your bound to have some good coming real soon. Buy some lotto tickets soon.
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