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Old 01-12-2005, 12:37 PM   #21
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Hey Rob...small pickups are allowed on the parkways

I thought they needed commercial plates in NY. No commerical plates on parkways right?[/quote:27dhe9rn]

Nope, not anymore. They changed that about 2 years ago. Go get the truck, put regular plates or commercial plates and get on the road. :horse:
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Old 01-12-2005, 03:45 PM   #22
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Hey Rob...small pickups are allowed on the parkways

I thought they needed commercial plates in NY. No commerical plates on parkways right?[/quote:2g4cy5r6]

Nope, not anymore. They changed that about 2 years ago. Go get the truck, put regular plates or commercial plates and get on the road. :horse:[/quote:2g4cy5r6]


Too late Nick. My 1992 Maxima SE just bit the dust December 29. Had to buy a new car December 31.
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Old 01-12-2005, 08:14 PM   #23
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CAR-1971 convertible cutlass 442 - yellow with white top and interior and acent yellow wheels. Sweeeeet! Someday I'll own one.
Oh yeah.... bit giant convertible with a trunk so big you can hold 8 kegs (maybe only 6 with the rag top) and an engine so big you can still lay rubber. Nice.

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MUSIC-Anything from Alligator or Blind Pig records but especially Kenny Neal. But I can and do listen to just about everything.

Koko Taylor.... Jimmy Johnson... Son Seals .... Roy Buchannan ... Albert Collins....

That's it I'm gonna get that 442 and drive to Chicago w/the top down. I don't care if it's winter.... let's go
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Old 01-20-2005, 11:47 PM   #25
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Re: Cue, Tunes and Cars. Which do u love?

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Ok guys I would say that my FAVE all time car..... (on edit) and a Saleen S-7



Da one, da only, DA BIGGIE!!
Saleen pretty nice for a grocery getter as in SWEEEET!

Have you seen the new Ford GT? Oh yeah! (Then again for a 1/4 million it should be.)
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Old 01-21-2005, 07:43 AM   #26
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Yeah Saleen's are NICE Rob!! The Ford GT....know I know that I am probably gonna catch some shit for this but.....ehh not really a Ford fan.....matter of fact I can't stand them!! Quarter of a mill......hmm I can think if ALOT better cars to spend that kind of money on!!!
Amen Al!!! I am not a Ford fan either, and if I was I would be disappointed with the looks of the GT. Pretty ugly car compared to some of the Euros that you are gonna pay the same price for, if you ask me. Even the Dodge Viper is a far better looking car for a third of the cost.
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Wow. Now I look at the GT and I love it. I was also advised I had the price wrong by about $100K

(yeah right like that makes a big difference.)
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I read in C&D that it was going to be $150k. Still a bargain compared to the Italian cars, but, you ain't gonna be gettin one anytime soon!!
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Looks a lot like the old ones, just some updates.
Too bad Gulf Oil isn't around anymore so they could offer a special edition with their old racing colors.
Get one of those 'bad boys' and a TAG- Heuer, Monaco chronograph. Feel just like Steve McQueen in the 24 hrs of LeMans. :smt045
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