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Old 01-15-2003, 01:22 PM
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http://www.svtlightnings.com/

Would also look good behind the fastest production pickup truck
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Old 01-15-2003, 01:24 PM
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Doing fine bro! Just trying to get off to a good start in the new year - now that the bear market is over!

Are you going to be well enough to make the big show in Miami?
Miami is questionable! I want to go REALLY badly but we'll have to take it day by day. I hope you are right about the bear mkt. More importantly...36 Skater huh? NICE! Best of luck.

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Old 01-15-2003, 01:24 PM
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Buy her one of these. She'll look good in it

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Old 01-15-2003, 02:37 PM
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Hey McCollinstn,

My brother-in-law has a 69 Vette that you would appreciate - 69 427 400 HP Tri-power 4-sp convertible. He has the tank sticker for it, and it was equipped with factory air, AM/FM multiplex, Tilt wheel, side exhaust. Car was originally gold, but is now red. Car needs a fair amount of work, but is basically intact, never been hit, runs & drives. I would call it a good "15-footer", as in, from 15 feet it looks pretty good. In fact, he got the original shortblock with it, along with the original AC parts, exhaust manifolds, etc. Of course, the tr-power setup is missing. He bought the car for $10K - pretty decent deal.

Scary thing is, it used to belong to my wife's ex-husband. I guess she could have owned it if she wanted to play hardball! But I guess it is a good thing that she did not try to "rip his heart out".
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I've had both the Supercab (extended cab) and SuperCrew models of the Ford F-150, and I would say the 4-door Supercrew has it all over the extended cab. Room enough for you and 3-4 friends to make a long road trip - and still be friends at the end of the ride!
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I've had both the Supercab (extended cab) and SuperCrew models of the Ford F-150, and I would say the 4-door Supercrew has it all over the extended cab. Room enough for you and 3-4 friends to make a long road trip - and still be friends at the end of the ride!

I agree, I just bought one this weekend, I love it!
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Of course, I just went and bought a Jaguar instead of a truck, so what do I know!
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Other options:
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VW Bug (The old ones)
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I have to say this.... being a future college girl, traveling to/from, moving in/out, hauling friends, riding or water gear, etc. There is only ONE full crew cab truck that provides a comfortable and spacious back seat AND a completely flat fold down floor with the seats folded (secure when moving personal belongings)..... That's the Ford F150 Super crew. Get the 4X4 for the good & bad times & you can drive it anywhere at anytime.... the beach, in the sand, the mountains in the snow-skiing, slick ramps, muddy fields (the horses) and with the 5.4 Liter engine you get better mileage & torque than the little 4.6 V8. Get one a year or two old and save a real bundle. Both of mine have been totally trouble free. Now I have to get a F250/350 though. I hate to see the Super crew go.....
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Chevy Light Heavy Duty, 1/2 ton crew cab
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