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Old 02-10-2014, 10:23 PM   #106
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*sigh*the funny things people say to themselves

being complacent with it doesnt make the current insurance situation in this province(which is wayyyyyyy out of control) and the higher gas prices ok.

Ive been buying premium since forever too but that doesnt mean I am ok with it....being an enthusiast doesnt mean one shouldnt care about overall operating costs. thats asinine.


and the computer is always optimistic with mpg readings. The only way to truly know is by manual calculation.
…But what you are suggesting may apply to you and some others who is conscientious and keep tracking of every receipt and miles that they put on their cars including insurance costs and stickers renewal…, sorry that takes the fun out of it and also that is not an enthusiast way either. The rule of tomb is that you should afford to buy things that you can up keep and I’m sure people who like their cars and welling to pay the cost of up keep could do that for so long if they couldn’t afford it, don’t you think?
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Old 02-10-2014, 11:20 PM   #107
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Old 02-11-2014, 01:30 AM   #108
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How about some Estoril on E38?
Vlad do you know if this car was repainted, or was it some kind of option to have the bottom of bumpers and side skirts matching color!? They were not painted till 01 from what i know!
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Old 02-11-2014, 02:28 AM   #109
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Vlad do you know if this car was repainted, or was it some kind of option to have the bottom of bumpers and side skirts matching color!? They were not painted till 01 from what i know!
It is an Individual paint. Not sure if it is the original paint or not, but the bottom parts are painted. Like you said, they are supposed to be black. You can clearly see the door seals are black when they are supposed to be in body color.
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