Ahh.....but they have plenty of breaks to give I am sure ;) I myself
cannot complain, my Ford doesn't break too often. Its got 154,000 miles
on the original motor, trans, and rear. That ain't too bad considering
that I race it every chance I get and drive it like its stolen(plus I
have towed and hauled alot of shit with it). But then again, the last
mustang I had went through a motor, trans, and rear end in less than
75,000(problems from previous owner). On the other hand, I know of many
chevies that have broken more than or at least as much as any other
fords. I am not a die hard ford fan at all, I just happen to own one
right now that I happen to like alot. They all break though, period.
'94 white lightning
So says you?
I'm posting from the Camaro.firebird group, and what makes him so smart. you
don't appear to be too bright either, like the dullest knife in the drawer!
Now I'll really be able to sleep well, with the penis gallery speaking so
Why? It's called history. Learn usenetiquette. MORON.
'01 Formula - MTI Air Box Lid, K&N Filter, Hurst-6,
SLP Cold Air Induction & Smooth Intake Bellow
Corsa Catback w/Premium Tips
'83 V45 Magna
I notice the English people pronounce "specialty" as "speciality".
_If_ it is spelled "specialty" in England as it is in America (and I'm
not saying it is), then I dare say the Brits are pronouncing letters
that aren't even in the word. Just about as "edjumacated" as people
in Missouri somehow getting an "uhh" sound on the end of their states
name. The letter "I" cannot have an "uhh" sound in the English
language as properly pronounced and spoken. Kind of like Bostonians
not pronouncing an "R" in words like car, bar, party etc., but then
putting them into words where they do not belong such as "Cuber"
instead of Cuba.
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