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Thread: New Car

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    New Car

    Well, I did it. I bought a new car. Someone wanted to buy my old car (white CRX) for more then blue book so, I said yes. I didn't want to pass up on that deal.

    It was a toss up between: Volkswagon Cabrio (convertible) and a Mini Cooper.
    I got the Mini. My fiance is helping me pay for it. Yea me.

    I haven't really taken an good photos of it yet. But, I took one through the apt. window.
    I'm sure i'll get some other, more creative shots soon.

    Enjoy!


    PS. i hope i attached the photo correctly.
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    Sweet! Looks like so much fun to drive. Don't get any tickets

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    Sweet Ride

    I test drove a Mini Cooper and the Mini Cooper S, and they are so much fun to drive. Suprisingly, you have a lot more room than your CRX.

    Have a blast, and don't recreate the scene from the Italian Job.

    Loren
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    Smile

    "Have a blast, and don't recreate the scene from the Italian Job."

    Which scene would that be? Driving through the (Coventry) sewers, down the church steps, round the factory top test track or into the backof the coach?

    and remember, "You're only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!"
    Simon, bombadier 1st class

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    Great purchase Katt!!

    I'm trying to convince the company I work for to get those as our company cars..

    Wish me luck. :^)
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    A good friend will come and bail you out of jail...but, a true
    friend will be sitting next to you saying, "Damn...that was fun!"

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    congrats on the new car! I was tempted to get a new S when I got rid of my Blazer but my wife drives a cabrio and we definately need at least one car that can fit items larger than a can of peas so I ended up with an Outback....a nice car but not as fun as a pocket rocket like the MINI...

    BostonBullit

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