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I don't think I've seen anyone else buy so many vehicles, dump money into them and trade them off again so quick...

You're a weird dude. lol
agreed, you change cars more then i change underoos. speaking of which.... brb.
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I don't think I've seen anyone else buy so many vehicles, dump money into them and trade them off again so quick...

You're a weird dude. lol
Lol just call it mikes pimped used cars haha. It's a hobby for me in a way. I like making cars nice enjoying them for a while and move on to something new. I try to limit how much it happens though, but I know people wayyyy worse then me.

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What about the bmw
Sold it to my buddy who was buying my old 2wd 04. He can into financial troubles and it's not financially the best time for him to buy the truck. So I sold him the bmw for about what I paid for it so he's still have something to drive. I'll be getting the truck back and sell it.

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love the Accord mats. lol :D
Haha I know right?

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Did not know that.

That changes everything, lol.
Yeah trust me I lovedddd that mustang, but I just couldn't justify it over my dads truck. Me and my dad both worked on it.

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DD the gmc 302 ranger perfect solution
If only the 04+ we're that easy I would.

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wow. thats actually pretty clean. but you made the right move imo got some cash and something to keep the miles off the two nice trucks and the key is, the maintance is cheap. sweet accord mats tho bro
Haha thanks man.
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so what is the point of selling the sweet mustang and getting this truck? you already have an f-150 and ranger that seem to never really get used and a bmw... i understand the f150 was your dads but do you really think you will have that truck forever? remember, this is my opinion... but i would rather see the f150 go when she is looking good and remember it the way my dad had it. i would get rid of that bmw and then i would consider a different vehicle for a dd. im open to owning multiple cars but usually the vehicles you dont drive are actually worth something. not just sentimental value
I've fought with that decision for the last year on the f150. I truly think I would regret getting rid of it more then the mustang. It's always good to have a fullsize around for any towing anyway. However the plan is for it to be the family ride when I have kids. Bmw was sold night before last to a friend who really needed a car bad. So that is why I went ahead with this truck. To keep the miles off the f150 for now until I have a family. Yes the f150 is worth more and I could of had more money in my pocket, but to me the sentimental value is way more then any one person could give me in cash. Every time I get in it, it reminds me of my dad and allows me to feel like I have that connection with him. It helps keep my memories fresh of times we worked on it when he wasn't sick.

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agreed, you change cars more then i change underoos. speaking of which.... brb.
I really hope you dont go that long without changing them hahaha.
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so you get rid of your mustang to make money for whatever, then you BUY another vehicle for $6k that needs work... I dont see the logic.
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so you get rid of your mustang to make money for whatever, then you BUY another vehicle for $6k that needs work... I dont see the logic.
Uh no? did you forget how to read man or are you just that tired? lol I got 6k+the truck for the mustang. I would NEVER buy that truck for 6k I'm not stupid lol. I edited my original post hopefully clearing up any confusion.
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Looks llike a good deal, don't listen to some of these guys who don't understand how DD's work.
I buy and sell summer cars a lot, but man. two cars in one week beats me.
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now keep what you got and stop buying and selling lol
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haha good deal, and yes I am tired, sully had no coffee as of yet
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Looks llike a good deal, don't listen to some of these guys who don't understand how DD's work.
I buy and sell summer cars a lot, but man. two cars in one week beats me.
Thanks man it's a nice little truck just needs a small amount of normal tlc.

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now keep what you got and stop buying and selling lol
Lol just got one more to sell. Buddy who was buying my old ranger can into financial troubles and cant now. He's the one I sold the bmw too. So I'll be getting it back and taking the bodylift alcoas and 33's and putting it as stock as possible to sell and make some cash off the mods.

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haha good deal, and yes I am tired, sully had no coffee as of yet
Drink coffee before you RF lol
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buddy of mine had a 99 that he was dd. he got about 25. my dd is a cavalier, don't really care for the car, but i am gonna rock it until the wheels fall off. good luck with your new truck.
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