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2014 Ford Mustang   Got an offer to trade in my Escape Hybrid that I couldn't refuse.

I like your style!

My Avalanche made it six months, ha ha (after saying it was a keeper).  Was fun teaching my 14 year old daughter to do doughnuts with it though!!! :whistle: That thing was a beast after modding it up a bit.

Here's the "replacement"

My daughter won't be driving this one, lol.  We bought her a cheap little Nissan Sentra (which also happened to be the same thing I started with)!

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I'm (still) driving a Renault Megane Estate GT-Line.... you probably don't see any of those in USA.

This week I ordered a new car, will be delivered in the last week of October: a Mercedes C. Very happy with the choice and looking forward to it big time.

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Very nice! The new C Class(W205) is a beautiful car! I had a C300 Loaner one time and really fell in love with it. I would like a new C350 Hybrid for a daily driver to replace my current C Class. They come out in October.

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