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06/11/2003 04:20:23 PM · #1
Traded in my 2000 Mustang GT for a 2003 Dodge Durango SXT last night. It's tough to part with my pony, but it isn't practical as an only car. Not when you are a homeowner. It's roomy and rides sooooo smoove!

Everyone say how happy they are for me!

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06/11/2003 04:26:49 PM · #2
Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeew!
06/11/2003 04:27:21 PM · #3
yeh.... whoo hoo... ;o)
06/11/2003 04:30:07 PM · #4
How appropriate that it's parked at a gas station.

Congrats
06/11/2003 04:33:41 PM · #5
Man the back seat on that sucker must be huuuggggee.

Squeak squeak squeak. How are the rear shocks by the way?

Enjoy.


06/11/2003 04:33:44 PM · #6
Ah, sexy yet practical! The car, I meant, don't be getting a swelled head! I guess gas must be cheaper in Texas...
06/11/2003 04:34:30 PM · #7
I can't believe you bought a dodge. I will never look at you in the same way.

06/11/2003 04:37:46 PM · #8
Go Team Dodge! I drive an Intrepid. :) congratulations, Tony!
06/11/2003 05:03:45 PM · #9
Congrats! I just got a new car too. I could only afford a Kia Spectra though. The good thing is that they have a great warranty and I didn't pay in arm and a leg to get it.
06/11/2003 05:07:56 PM · #10
You could bought 2 "cars" for that money,and a new camera!
06/11/2003 05:18:36 PM · #11
Giving up a mustang for a durango hmmmm must need a family vehicle =o)

Nice! Can I borrow the keys?
06/11/2003 06:40:11 PM · #12
I have three little boys, so we have a Suburban. Rear shocks tested and work just fine.
I drive a 69 Chevy pickup...
More dependable than any car I've ever owned, and I've spent my life with brand new vehicles every couple of years!!!

Nice Durango... Have fun with it!

JD Anderson
06/11/2003 06:55:58 PM · #13
Congratulations! Good thing you don't live in Oregon. They might put a GPS device under your hood and charge you for miles driven. :)

It is beautiful. Hot color!

I went out and about looking for landscapes to photograph this weekend and I really could have used this vehicle. My little Corolla nearly became centered on a rocky road leading to a river bank.
06/11/2003 06:58:30 PM · #14
Originally posted by smellyfish1002:

I have three little boys, so we have a Suburban. Rear shocks tested and work just fine.
I drive a 69 Chevy pickup...
More dependable than any car I've ever owned, and I've spent my life with brand new vehicles every couple of years!!!
JD Anderson


I have a 1969 F-150. And when my other vehicles don't start up in the 30 below weather I can always count on my old ford to start up and get me where I need to go.
06/11/2003 07:09:57 PM · #15
I sold my last car in 1991. Whenever I need a vehicle, I rent one. Not only do I save thousands of dollars per year, but I get to pick a different car or truck (perhaps for a different purpose) each time I rent!
06/11/2003 07:16:15 PM · #16
Originally posted by Sonifo:

I can't believe you bought a dodge. I will never look at you in the same way.


LOL!! Yeah, but it sure is purty!!
06/11/2003 07:24:14 PM · #17
I can't believe you traded in your stang! I will never vote on your pictures again! = P j/k

<<speeds off in 1994 Mustang GT Convertible>>
06/11/2003 08:20:26 PM · #18
I'm happy for you Bamaster. It's a very sharp looking vehicle. My husband has a 94 Mustang GT and it looks like brand new. He only drives it in the summer and treats it like a baby. I admit it's not a practical vehicle and doesn't have that smooth drive but guys seem to go for that kind of thing. To be honest with you I'd rather have the Durango. Hope you enjoy it.
06/11/2003 09:59:59 PM · #19
Bamaster, congrats. All that's missing now is that D10 ;) Okay i admit it, if i ever see such a 'shockingly handsome' man in such a cool red SUV, i will brazenly honk at him :P

06/12/2003 09:38:40 AM · #20
Originally posted by Journey:

Bamaster, congrats. All that's missing now is that D10 ;) Okay i admit it, if i ever see such a 'shockingly handsome' man in such a cool red SUV, i will brazenly honk at him :P


Haha! I can't believe you remembered the "shockingly handsome" thing.

Yeah, my 2000 GT had quite a few bolt-ons. It was a real rough ride, which is fun. But I was packing more than 20K miles a year on it. I drive it everywhere! Six out of the last eight weekends I was out of town for a bowling tournament. Eight hours in the Mustang is very taxing on me. It's just not a cruising car. Besides, as a homeowner, it doesn't make and sense to have a Mustang as your only car. I can't count the times I had to borrow my father's truck to go to Home Depot.

My Mustang club is giving me hell about this. But all the family guys and homeowners are like, yeah it sucks but I understand 100%!
06/12/2003 10:12:40 AM · #21
Well they say 'Red goes faster', I'm jealous..lol. Nice one Bam.
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