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5569
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Posted: 06/24/10 05:14 PM

krazy huh!
http://rides.minitruckinweb.com/ride/1000028/mt-web/1999/chevrolet/s10/index.html  

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burnzya
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Posted: 06/30/10 11:34 PM

hey the 24th is my sis's b-day!

congrats!! i've had my 66 mustang for 9 years now, and i'm really considering getting rid of it..

it's crazy, i swore i'd never sell it, but i just don't feel attached anymore.. lol  
it's more like a pebble crawler

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5569
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Posted: 07/01/10 09:44 AM

do you drive the mustang?  

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burnzya
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Posted: 07/01/10 03:22 PM

no not really. usually only a couple times a year i'll run around the neighborhood in it. after i took the insurance off of it the state suspended my plates. so i'm riding dirty.. lol

right now it's in my neighbors garage getting buffed/waxed and detailed.  
it's more like a pebble crawler

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5569
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Posted: 07/06/10 02:57 PM

do you have to smog your vehicles bernie?  

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burnzya
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Posted: 07/07/10 11:35 AM

in az, anything 1967 and newer (except the current year to 5 years old) require smog if you live in the phoenix or tucson metropolitan areas.

i live exactly half way between the two so all my cars are exempt Laugh for now... lol  
it's more like a pebble crawler

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5569
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Posted: 07/07/10 11:48 AM

okay, so it's regional... part of me wants to have a big house with lots of toy storage, in a smog-exempt area. It's soooo crowded here, expensive, and hard to store toys (ie mini trucks, off road trucks, toy haulers, boats, etc.). By for now, do you mean you think it might change?  

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burnzya
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Posted: 07/08/10 12:37 AM

yeah. 10 years ago the area was much smaller. when the town of queen creek boomed with 40 billion new homes.. people would live there but travel into the smog areas, so they moved the boundaries to include queen creek.

but with the week housing market here, it probably change anytime soon.  
it's more like a pebble crawler

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