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Yea mine came with them from the dealer. I think it is a part of the rallye edition. I also got power sunroof, touch screen radio, heated leather seats, etc etc. Heres an actual picture of mine

Okay. My Dad bought this car in 1974 for $375. He drove it as his daily driver for years and I grew up riding around in this. He spent ten years restoring it himself but then never really drove it

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88 C1500 with 305K on the clock (it was my late fathers so I can't part with it)
96 Dodge 3500 DSL dually
97 Harley softail custom

The best part of all of them is there all paid for, I hate car payments.
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I'm thinking about selling the mazdaspeed3 and getting a Caddy CTS. Anyone drive one here?

Why would anyone ever do that?!?!?

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Sienna XLE Limited van that my wife says I drive like a sport car especially in the morning when I am late and a Lexus LS 400.

I like to get the new Sienna SE sport van and the BMW 550i with sport package, heads up display and paddle shifters, forget the 550i the M5 will do.
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My brother just bought a Jaguar XFR. Bastid! I'm looking at a minivan.

Don't fret - since it's a Jag so eventually it will die in traffic (or on a deserted road) somewhere and he'll be wishing he had your minivan.

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I use to have a 2004 SRT-4 with 363hp, then a 2006 GTO with 375hp, and another 2006 GTO with 450hp. Then I got married bought a house and have a baby on the way, so now I drive a 2001 Corrolla (huge gas saver), a 2002 Dodge Ram (the reason for the corrolla lol), and the wife drives a 2005 Toyota Highlander.

I miss my GTO...

At least I still have one toy left!

Old cars that I really miss..

450hp GTO

375hp GTO

and 363hp SRT

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Wow ....fanastic cars everyone own ! Yes ....i am planning my vacation in December to visit my cousin who is working in New York....drive his Audi R6....drool......

Sorry guys i don't own a car, it very expensive here, average car US$30k for a Japanese made 1000cc, but our public transport is world best !
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