Decisions decisions.

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  1. Workz1210

    Workz1210 New Member

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    I bought an Evo 9 MR, but I already have an STi. I don't want to get rid of the STi because I do love that car, so should I let my s/o drive it? use it as a daily? or should I just sell it because I'd pretty much have two of the same car. She's probably not getting the car of her dreams, because she's super girly but I figure I might as well not let it go to waste.

    I Sold my Lexus IS300 and that's what paid for the 9 MR, so money's really not the issue. Maybe I just need to fall in love with one more than the other, but the boxer sound is addictive.
     
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    Huge Evil Robot Must not sleep, must warn others

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    you sold a used is300 for the price of a new MR :wtf:
     
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    Workz1210 New Member

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    No, I had to add money to it but I got about 28 for the car. Got the MR for 32k out of the door.
     
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    $28K for a used IS300?!?!?!

    I don't know a ton about them, but that seems like a lot. Did you have a bunch of extras on it? What year was it? How many miles?
     
  5. Was the IS black and turboed? I have seen one of those around here, in MD.
     
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    Yes, extras. 2002, 15k miles, turbo, coilovers, yada yada bunch of other crap.

    Can someone answer my question now?
     
  7. Dude do what you want.

    Pics of said IS plz.
     
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    Sell it and buy your girl a Civic. What's the point in letting her destroy it.

    Or a V6 Mustang. Girls think they're "cute."
     
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    There was a woman engineer who worked for Volvo who did an interview about some car she had designed, including a bunch of "female-friendly" features. One of those features was a big engine. When asked why her design team included that, she said "we like boys with muscles, and I guess we like cars with muscles too."

    Guess that's why they like V6 Mustangs.
     

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