shamaho wrote:whichever one she wants to....it's private...
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23 points on your license. Coincidence?. I dont think so.
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well don't let it just sit there, you have to start it and move it around every once in a while, otherwise it will become rusted or something crazy, just a little tip for ya take pics of it when you get it!
"I was sitting back in my chair thinking 'this can't be about urine'" - Jim talking about the musical Urinetown
i certainly plan on driving it, but it needs a new battery. it's still on the trailer and i got sick of driving the truck so it's sitting at my sister's house. tomorrow we try to get a new battery, and it'll be my "ride" when i'm in old saybrook. by the way, the other car i'm auctioning ends tomorrow:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Volvo-96 ... enameZWDVW
it is definitely a sweet ride....tightest turning radius i've ever encountered. and the sound system makes the entire car shake without even getting distorted. it's almost done with the non-cosmetic TLC....so bid already, people.....!
actually, I was shocked when I saw it and found out more about it....the engine is totally custom, the original drive train was ripped out and replaced, and the BODY is perfect (with the exception of the bumpers). Definitely not the junk car I thought I was buying.....and yes, you should be jealous by now.
[quote="sianlee"]Hey man congratulations! You're one of the special people who actually touch something Jim has touched! *sigh what an honour* Congrats!![/quote]
hey if your just aiming for that why not take a trip to hollywood and go to the chinese theater and put your hands exatly where his were i've got a pic of me and that block of cement on myspace. yeah it's just a few hours drive from where i live it's cool!
"No time outs. Only DEATH!"
"I don't like to brag and I won't cuz I don't have to!"
I actually love motorcycles too, but haven't been on one since about age 17....I still remember riding one (which did not belong to me!) to my favorite hometown bar and knocking it over when I was trying to get off......yikes.
They just seem too dangerous to me now. Just age and caution talking I guess. If I were clad entirely in leather I would ride again though - unfortunately without the wind whipping through my hair. The fact that the state I live in has no helmet law just proves how plucked up they are.
what up grand pa??? age? u are only 41 and yr speaking like 91 ??? chill my friend
the most amazing thing is that we don't know what happens tomorrow...better yet we don't know what happens next minute so if u really want to do something..why don't u just go ahead and do it
I so much want one...i never drove it in my life
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