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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-24-2016, 02:06 PM Thread Starter
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At the GMC/Cadillac dealer yesterday to have a new headlight housing put in my truck and saw this. Nice looking car but, WOW more than twice the price of my Diesel Long Bed Canyon...


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At the GMC/Cadillac dealer yesterday to have a new headlight housing put in my truck and saw this. Nice looking car but, WOW more than twice the price of my Diesel Long Bed Canyon...

Where do I sign? ahaha

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Where do I sign? ahaha
Oh wait! $5250 over the cost of fuel for a Prius over 5 years? Nevermind, I don't want it.
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For that much I'd take a BMW M4 and my truck...you can keep the caddy...although I am not near old enough to appreciate a fine ride and quality of a, LOL...Cadillac...still laughing.

Nice ride, I just don't have my AARP card yet.

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Hey now.... with the AARP comments! LOL Next year baby!! (God Help me!)

The only good thing about that thing is its got a Corvette engine in it. I'd rather have a corvette :)
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Hey now.... with the AARP comments! LOL Next year baby!! (God Help me!)

The only good thing about that thing is its got a Corvette engine in it. I'd rather have a corvette :)
No disrespect meant.

Everyone ages, I only have 2 years and 3 months left until I can buy a beer in a bar. :)

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Costs twice as much, because it is twice the fun as our trucks. There is a fully modded Corvette engine that is supercharged under there . That thing is a beast. It will pick up your groceries SUPER FKN FAST lmfao!!
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That is a beautiful car, but 100k is ABSOLUTELY INSANE!!!!!!!!!!!
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I'd rather have a real Cadillac, like a 1976 Fleetwood.

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For that much I'd take a BMW M4 and my truck...you can keep the caddy...although I am not near old enough to appreciate a fine ride and quality of a, LOL...Cadillac...still laughing.

Nice ride, I just don't have my AARP card yet.
I live in a retirement community. I have a Z06 in the garage and my truck. It seems like all my neighbors drive Buicks or Subarus. I'm the outlier. Nice to rev the Vette as I'm driving past the club house......
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I live in a retirement community. I have a Z06 in the garage and my truck. It seems like all my neighbors drive Buicks or Subarus. I'm the outlier. Nice to rev the Vette as I'm driving past the club house......
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No disrespect meant.

Everyone ages, I only have 2 years and 3 months left until I can buy a beer in a bar. :)
No disrespect taken at all...I was just playin. I think I was going thru denial of the facts.....LOL.

But wow..... oh the memories of being your age. The bars are bad for you. They'll suck the $$ right out of you. LOL If I would've never spent so much time in the bars & nightclubs....Oh never mind. It was fun as hell!!

Oh...back on topic... My husband and I owned a 2001 corvette for about 5 years. It was a toy for us..... sat in the garage a lot and then we sold it. It was fun to run around in. Just not practical. You have to be careful where you drive it because it sits so low to the ground and you bottom out. Don't take it out in the rain - and I'm not talking about keeping it clean. Even on dry pavement, you have to be 'responsible' with the throttle. It can get you in trouble.

The truck certainly isn't a speed demon.... so if I want a scoot around town quickly, I get in my husbands Ininity QX70s - that thing is QUICK for a frigin SUV!! (And not much more expensive than what I paid for the truck!!)

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No disrespect taken at all...I was just playin. I think I was going thru denial of the facts.....LOL.

But wow..... oh the memories of being your age. The bars are bad for you. They'll suck the $$ right out of you. LOL If I would've never spent so much time in the bars & nightclubs....Oh never mind. It was fun as hell!!

Oh...back on topic... My husband and I owned a 2001 corvette for about 5 years. It was a toy for us..... sat in the garage a lot and then we sold it. It was fun to run around in. Just not practical. You have to be careful where you drive it because it sits so low to the ground and you bottom out. Don't take it out in the rain - and I'm not talking about keeping it clean. Even on dry pavement, you have to be 'responsible' with the throttle. It can get you in trouble.

The truck certainly isn't a speed demon.... so if I want a scoot around town quickly, I get in my husbands Ininity QX70s - that thing is QUICK for a frigin SUV!! (And not much more expensive than what I paid for the truck!!)
Nice! Looking forward to the FUN!!!

If I want a handful to drive I beg and plead with Dad...and drive his 66 stang (full restomod) with the Ford Racing 347 CI, EFI, headers, lowered TCP race suspension and will wood 13" disk brakes...that car is sketchy if you bury the throttle!!!
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Nice! Looking forward to the FUN!!!

If I want a handful to drive I beg and plead with Dad...and drive his 66 stang (full restomod) with the Ford Racing 347 CI, EFI, headers, lowered TCP race suspension and will wood 13" disk brakes...that car is sketchy if you bury the throttle!!!
Nice!! I'll be honest....I'm not a Ford person but I've always loved the looks of the 60's era mustangs and 60s' camaro. Never owned either of them....

I can't say much for 70's - but when the 80's rolled around, everything got BUTT ugly!! LOL

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