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Old 7th September 2007
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Originally Posted by Albert Trout
I might as well hanker after a Mig 29. There's more chance the wife would let me buy one
Ah, yes, the MiG 29. Pretty to look at, but Russian quality control really sucks.
Get an extended warranty!
'02 9-5 Arc, '02 9-3 SE, '07 Aerio
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Old 7th September 2007
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I owned a Red '87 911 Turbo, Black interior, sunroof, etc. It had OZ wheels, Momo wheel/shift knob, etc., and it really turned heads...not like the 911s today that are a very common in my area.
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Old 8th September 2007
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I've seen a Ford GT in my area a couple times, along with some Bentley Arnage's, and to tell you the truth, I found the Bentleys to be much more of a druel factor than the GT. I also saw a 360 Modena and an older Diablo(pop up headlight) and I felt those were much more entertaining to look at. Not to mention a 355 I saw at the dealer that was getting some maintenance. I can't stand the looks of newer RR's though. To much of a rapper/bling influence to be exciting to look at, let alone tasteful. If I were given a new Rolls, I would sell it for a Bentley Arnage, take the savings and pay for the bills and get alot of loans taken care of.

I do love Porsches though. In some cases, they remind me of a 2 door high performance version of our Saabs.

I've accepted that I will never own a supercar, so I'll just have to save up my pennies for an airplane. Sure the prices are about the same ($210,000 for a base Cessna Skyhawk), but atleast I have greater range and quicker transit times and cheaper insurance with the Syhawk. I'd probably opt to go for a Velocity SE-RG, a canard kit plane, save some more dough and having something even more unique than a Lambo or Rolls.
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