newest purchase. 94 Ford Taurus

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  1. TempoBoy1992

    TempoBoy1992 Member

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    since my 99 escort's trans decided to blow up. i bought this for 350.

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    get more pictures as soon as i get plates on it and can pull it out of the garage
     
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    Noone asked.
     
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    My av is so small you can't see it!
    I don't think anyones realized yet that this guy isn't for real.. no one buys/owns so many cars, no matter how cheap and shitty they are
     
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    Heimdall OT Supporter

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    you waste money on a lot of shitty cars. Good on you if you can flip them for profit though.
     
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    $349.99 more than it's worth?

    Shittiest transmission ever produced, and changing it is a cocksucker.


    The AXOD transaxle earned those cars the nicknames "Tore-ass" and "DiSable".
     
  9. TempoBoy1992

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    the trans in it works great. no need to change it
     
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    BudBrown i done smoked with the best of em, shot at the res

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    240k miles

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    :ugh: what the fuck dude. at least save a little and get a decent used honda.
     
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    I have always preferred fords. fuckin' imports....
     
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    still, if your spending 300+ every few months and then more on cars why not just actually get a cheap used ford and make payments. ? i have a domestic 2001 truck that is only 155 a month.
     
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    nice interior on the front seat :ugh:
     
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    it doesn't even have a center console
     
  17. Mr3GTP

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    O motherfucking HI-O
    Back in the day, most American barges didn't. Instead, there was a seatbelt for a third passenger, and in the case of large Caddys & Chryslers, plenty of room for six (or more) adults in the cabin: 9 or more in some wagons. Add a keg to the trunk, and you have the ultimate "road trip" machine. My '76 Impala had room for six & got ~28 on the highway. Good times.

    The Tortoise is kind of a throwback, though I believe the SHO had buckets/console. :dunno:
     
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    Havsie When I die, bury me inside the Pepsi 1893 store OT Supporter

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    Does that thing have steering wheel functionality?
     
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    O motherfucking HI-O
    Cruise control, no audio (if it still works, lol).
     
  20. Mitchj

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    it has power windows
     
  21. Havsie

    Havsie When I die, bury me inside the Pepsi 1893 store OT Supporter

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    Ah was gonna say lol
     
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    ...and sometimes they even WORK! :bowrofl:

    Ditto the power seat.
     
  23. Mitchj

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    Do you know tempoboy?
     
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    actually you could get a console and floor shifter as a no cost option in the Taurus. all power options work with the exception of the power mirrors
     
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    pyehac if she's old enough to cross the street, she's old

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    I miss my bull.... even though it was bought from a rental place.
     

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