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  1. 99GTvert
    01-10-2011 12:23 PM
    99GTvert
    heh, i drive my dad's crv in the winter. the mustang is covered...probably wont be driven until it gets to be steadily in the 40's outside. seems like a long time from now....i should pull the battery out from the car though, meh
  2. 99GTvert
    01-10-2011 12:03 PM
    99GTvert
    the one cool thing i like about it being freezing ass cold outside is that the vehicle i drive looks more rugged with salt and freezing everywhere on it...not one spot that isn't dirty. but especially when i can see what appears to be several tiny cracks and scratches in the paint/window (that disappear with a car wash thankfully). looks tits.
  3. 99GTvert
    01-09-2011 10:55 PM
    99GTvert
    no

    don't use anything
  4. 99GTvert
    01-09-2011 10:44 PM
    99GTvert
    do you drive with gloves on during the winter? i usually do. dry skin sucks.
  5. 99GTvert
    01-09-2011 10:33 PM
    99GTvert
    it should be almost 19 degrees outside by then

    enjoy!
  6. 99GTvert
    01-09-2011 10:20 PM
    99GTvert
    ohh

    might be busy with work




    aka pussy whipped :3
  7. 99GTvert
    01-08-2011 12:13 PM
    99GTvert
    ....whatsa d.h.?
  8. 99GTvert
    12-30-2010 11:39 AM
    99GTvert
    that's nice. i'm considering a 5.0hhz for my first car purchase when i get a job and work full time.

    on that front, i'm not sure if i should do that or get another vehicle that is more friendly for winter conditions. my dad's CRV is very good in this snowy stuff. i've seen plenty of rwd cars just sittin' n spinnin' this time of year, though i bet none of them had winter tires on.

    but still, something that sits a little higher up from the ground seems more comfortable to drive in crappy conditions.
  9. 99GTvert
    12-30-2010 11:08 AM
    99GTvert
    damn. does Bill still have that silver s197 auto GT? that is a strong car. or did he get a new 2011?
  10. 99GTvert
    12-29-2010 05:35 PM
    99GTvert
    damn.. it's nice seeing lidio turning those times with so little mods in the new 5.0


    that's a very desirable car.

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    First Name
    JOHN
    Last Name
    LANDIS
    State
    New Baltimore, MI
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    PURCHASING
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    Year, Make, Model
    04 Ford F150
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    07 GT, TORCH RED, 5 S MANUAL, 3.55, 93 TUNE - *Sold*

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