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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-23-2003, 02:17 PM Thread Starter
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The owners did not accept my offer for the 1970 Fastback. I could have gone a little higher and I know they would have taken it, but I had "some" self control and told myself I would only buy it if they accepted the first offer. So for the time being I will be "happy" with the cars I have. ::

It's probably a good thing, because if I had two projects to complete along with working full time, and going to school full time my head would explode. ::

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It'd be even harder if you have four operational Mustangs, instead of your two. You'd have to go home every half hour to change vehicles!
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I'd just rotate them throughout the week.

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It's probably a good thing, because if I had two projects to complete along with working full time, and going to school full time my head would explode. ::
Man, I guess it's a good thing you don't have a girlfriend! Who could possibly fit sex in with all that?

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It's really not too hard to find time for that!

That's why I am usually up until 4 or 5am most nights... ::

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Polishing?

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No, Studyin'... what were you thinking?

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LOL.....that was my second guess! ::

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Hmmm, have we reached critical mass for pee-pee jokes in one day yet? :: ::

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