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2nd gen turbo eclpise (fast good mpgs) 13 36.11%
Ford Thunderbird V8 (comfort power) 17 47.22%
Chevy Camaro v6 (more power and speed than older v6 stangs good mpgs pretty quick) 6 16.67%
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Old 12-03-2005
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poll pick my new car

please say why you picked what you picked
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I picked the Ford Thunderbird b/c my friends got one and there pretty fast
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WRX...but out of the three get the eclipse, alot of tunning potential (ex-ricer)
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i agree with zach, personally none, i would buy a mid 90's f250 or 350

but if i had to choose, i'd say a camaro, i almost baught one myself, i liked the looks
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V8s are a cool thing...but I'ma say pick the Camaro. I think you could have a lotta fun with that one.
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Camaro, love the muscle cars
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Eclipse, I've always liked them along with talons. Easy to mod.
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Eclipse out of the list.
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older thunderbirds hold their value
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I second that

a friend had a tbird sc that thing sucked to work on

everything was so tightly packed

he had a rear wheel bearing go and it ruined the knuckle before he caught it

ford wanted 800 for the knuckle and bearing
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mustang......easy to work on, if you get a 5 speed that actually have decent mpg and they look cool
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Eclipse...good choice! Easy to mod
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screw the 2nd gen eclipse get the first gen....except make it a plymouth LAZER! hahah
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just buy a FORD
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eclipse... they are cheap and you can make dem fast
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since you live in Ill. i say eclipse. rear wheel drive car in the winter would suck.
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screw it i cant bring myself to buy a car lol. i checked outa regular cab f150 yesterday like it alot. goin back mon or tues when i get the insurance check n seeing what i can do deal wise.
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I'm assuming you mean the older thunderbirds with the 4.6L V8. If that's the case I like those cars, my uncle had one and it was really nice and pretty fast. Now if you are talking the new generation thunderbird, it's got the 3.9L V8. They are also fast. My uncle trader his thunderbird in for a lincoln ls with the same engine and it was fast
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LMAO @ v6 Camaro being referred to as fast.
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LMAO @ v6 Camaro being referred to as fast.
And a "muscle car"
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none, but if i had to pick it would be the t-bird
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None of them.
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