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    Re: What kind of car do you drive?

    A few more pics of my new ride.








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    Quote Originally Posted by PWS;3936876;
    No, I was expecting a donut...that's what my last car had...but it was not a tire at all, but some equipment you were supposed to use to somehow temporarily fix the tire. Just weird.
    Well, that totally sucks.
    The donut tire is bad enough.
    THat, however, is beyond ridiculous.
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    Re: What kind of car do you drive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unklescott;3938329;
    A few more pics of my new ride.







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    Yeah, Unk, what's the story?
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    I was looking to replace my '04 Mitsubishi with a newer convertible and ran across this Chrysler for a price I couldn't refuse, about a third of what it is really worth. It has about one third as many miles as my Mitsubishi (109,000 vs, 40,000) and I always liked them when they first came out so why not? So now I have three cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unklescott;3938494;
    I was looking to replace my '04 Mitsubishi with a newer convertible and ran across this Chrysler for a price I couldn't refuse, about a third of what it is really worth. It has about one third as many miles as my Mitsubishi (109,000 vs, 40,000) and I always liked them when they first came out so why not? So now I have three cars.
    Makes sense.

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    Unk, is that your castle, too? It goes well with the car!
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    Not hardly. That's the Dublin Arts Center not too far from where I live. It makes a nice background for a photo shoot.
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    Chevy Suburban

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    Re: What kind of car do you drive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Margaritaville;3937566;
    Phew! I have a donut in my car! I just read these last couple of posts and since my car is an Acura (made by Honda, right?) I got really nervous about not having a donut. Had to run out to the garage to go check - meanwhile, Mr. M yells out "It's not like you're ever going to change a tire anyway.. why do you care?" SmartA** So my response was "So I will know what to tell the guy when I call that number that came with the car purchase."
    Well, have to say I don't actually ever expect to change a tire myself (I know how to do it in theory, have watched it done, but sure hope to never have to do it!), but when the AAA guy doesn't know what to do with it, that's scary! Of course it's beena few years since that flat, maybe today they do know...if, as you all say, it isn't only my car that has this system.
    Anyway, Margaritaville, glad you lucked out! And yeah, norealityhere, it totally sucks! Really makes me nervous about driving a long distance alone.
    Especially frustrating as otherwise I really like the car, very comfortable...and even has dual airconditioning so my Sig. Other and I fight less about in car temperature while driving.

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