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9/13/19
11:25 AM
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I remember thinking these were super fancy when I was a kid. It’s counterpart, the Dodge Intrepid was everywhere. Chrysler also sold another version, Concorde, that I perceived to be the car for oooooooooold people.

9/9/19
4:31 PM
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This is a car that was available for purchase when I was born, and I would love to have one. I am somewhere between 30 and 46 years old.

9/4/19
6:58 AM
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That white one - I thought i was looking at a Hyundai Elantra with some sort of sport package

8/26/19
11:09 AM
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2000 - 2007 BMW F650 GS was a single cylinder belt drive adventure bike. BMW offered 3 seat heights - Low, Mid, Tall - to accommodate a variety of riders.

8/26/19
10:21 AM
2

A quart every 500 miles is insane. How far does a tank of gas go on that thing? 400 miles? So nearly a quart at every fill up? No.

8/21/19
8:42 PM
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As far as 13 year old sport bikes go, do these stand out as being unreliable? I wasn’t aware that modern Triumphs were known to have issues.

8/19/19
2:47 PM
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The wheel well liners for my Audi TT were held on with something like 28 torx head bolts each.

8/19/19
9:52 AM
2

Do your lower back a favor and wait for boosters. Kids do all the work. Loading a kid into a rear facing seat in the back of a coupe is an act that should be reserved for gymnasts. 

8/18/19
6:47 PM
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I’m in my late 30’s. I’ve got 2 kids that are bout to move from full car seats to boosters. A Challenger would make fun and somewhat practical dad car.

8/16/19
9:27 AM
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Anyone else shocked that Pontiac still made the Bonneville in 2005? 

8/11/19
10:19 PM
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Get the Outback if that’s what you want and it makes you happy.