Cunning Linguist
drvgrmn
3/8/18
4:21 PM
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Kind of a unicorn with that stick shift but I do like that body style and the wheels. That color however is one of my least favorite of all. Any shade of gold or bronze or beige or champagne is an automatic no way in my book. And holy cow that interior is so filthy. What the hell did they do let bums sleep in there?

3/8/18
3:56 PM
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The real story behind this entire situation is the wealth gap in this country. Laws like these help maintain that status quo. Rich people are careless and reckless and speed just as often as poor people but they can always buy their licenses back and make it to work Monday morning. I don’t personally feel that this Read more

3/8/18
3:30 PM
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Wait so your friend can afford $1,800 per month for Uber and Lyft but she can’t afford to pay her fines? I’m not buying the story.

3/4/18
9:50 AM
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90s fugly! I cringe every time I see a set of these out on the road. It seems I always see them on some beater Civics or Celicas always missing center caps.

10/9/17
3:32 PM
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I stumble across this article every time I go internet type 3 dreaming And I read the article again each time. That is exactly the car want and exactly the color I want. I have owned 2 Type 1s that color and would almost murder someone for a Fasty.

10/9/17
8:50 AM
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NP all day long. I DD a 180hp Quattro coupe and it has been good to me. While I don’t care for convertibles this is a clean specimen. That price is fair as hell. Change that timing belt or be sorry and prepared to shell out $$, though. Don’t ask me how I know. ..

9/29/17
9:29 AM
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Yikes. Not on your life. Crappy first gen New Beetle with a parts bin assortment all around. New Beetles are sorry asses to begin with (air cooled or fuck off as far as Beetles go) plus all those high school auto shop mods. Run far, far away.

9/29/17
9:23 AM
1

Sorority girls and pride parades, lol. I was conjuring up a similar but less diplomatic comment. Have a star.

9/28/17
12:10 PM
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It is generally understood that by driving on public roads you are acknowledging the inherent risks involved. Read more