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03GT(auto) 3:73s, V1 s-trim, 339hp/358rwtq @5psi
06 TBSS(DD) H/C/E 439rwhp/439rwtq
02 RC-51 pc, slip ons
PROUD Iraq/Afghanistan war Vet 4 deployments total the wife is an Army/war vet also.
Well hell, I guess I'll go out on a limb. I vote Termi. I love my new edge, and you can get a nice termi and not go broke or lose you're *** doing so. Plus I hate all the electronic crap they put in new cars. I like the basic interior and rugged feel of the new edge, it feels more like a real muscle car. Take the money you'd spend on a boss, put half that into a termi, and run circles around the new boss. Unless you pull in a 6 digit salary a year, I say don't go for the boss just yet. Better yet, go get the real deal, well maybe a clone, but you know you want this:
If it's just a toy and not going to be a DD, IMO get something truly old school (60's maybe early 70's). It's a TRUE muscle car, and it will only appreciate in value, provided you don't do something stupid to it (wrap it around a tree). Plus insurance is only a few hundred bucks a year.
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