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ANYBODY HAVE A SET OF 18" CHAINS?

nothing like getting your car home in time for the storm of the century! 15" in nj today along with 30 mph winds. by the time this stuff melts and the salt washes away, i won't be back on the road till april!

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Oh now, this isnt the first snow you have live through... you know very well the roads will be clear in a week


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why oh why oh why do i own 2 mustangs and no suv....bad bad bad tommy
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i can still get around...i kept my 98 dodge ram...what would i have got in the trade in anyway...just got to pay insurance for both in nj...just $148,364 a year!!

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Must be nice for us here in the west to enjoy our cars all year long. I couldnt imagine the snow and salt and stuff you guys have to go thru. Maybe thats why everyone is moving out this way. I hear there are 4000-5000 people moving to Las Vegas per month, 1/2 of that from cold weather states.
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You Can Blame That On Texas Holdem.....they All Think They're The Next Matador....by The Way, I'm All In!!!

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I drove the vert to the grocery store with the top down at 8am yesterday. This is exactly why I moved out of Philadelphia :laughlitt
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I have a silly question, why aren't the cars in the garage??




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Still waiting for my car to be built 1 month and counting. I live in Jersey and I'd be crying if I looked out my window and saw 1 foot of snow on my new car.

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WELL IT GOES LIKE THIS FRISH...when the new gal came home we had a meeting in the driveway in front of the 2 car garage....the 68, the 69, and the 05....i think they knew she was coming so they had their facts all lined up..in the end they felt they had paid their dues for over 30 years in the weather..they were not giving up their home...the 69 was quoted as saying " i've been with you for 23 years and you're going to put me out there!!! i don't think so..screw the new kid. let her pay her dues like we did."....they old gals won!

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WELL IT GOES LIKE THIS FRISH...when the new gal came home we had a meeting in the driveway in front of the 2 car garage....the 68, the 69, and the 05....i think they knew she was coming so they had their facts all lined up..in the end they felt they had paid their dues for over 30 years in the weather..they were not giving up their home...the 69 was quoted as saying " i've been with you for 23 years and you're going to put me out there!!! i don't think so..screw the new kid. let her pay her dues like we did."....they old gals won!
:laughlitt :laughlitt Awesome response
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:laughlitt :laughlitt Awesome response
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