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Re: Son's first car [Re: BigDave39355] #15841137 02/26/21
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Originally Posted by BigDave39355
Gotta lower just the back end......

“Coon hunting” they call it.



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Re: Son's first car [Re: Happy_Camper] #15841138 02/26/21
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Originally Posted by Happy_Camper
That's a blessing.
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I've heard police say that his age group are like magnets to them. They don't hesitate to write them up. This is even more true for a sports car category. This makes it doubly good.
This sounds more than ideal.

James 1:17


My 20 year old middle Grandson is getting my Saleen Mustang on Tuesday.

Thinking cop magnet also.

But he held up his end on his College grades, deans list.
A deal’s a deal.


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Re: Son's first car [Re: ribka] #15841145 02/26/21
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Originally Posted by ribka
Originally Posted by Jiveturkey
Youngest son just turned 18. He graduated early, & is a really good kid. I'd been trying to find him a car, but not had much luck. Was going to take him to a used lot to look at a few then I got a phone call. Turns out my aunt was selling a Lexus lx470 really cheap if I wanted it. To make a long story short we were about to buy a junk car & get took to the cleaners. Instead he got a SUV worth about 15k at a steal. My aunt & uncle are very wealthy, but we're very kind. My son still hasn't figured out all the bells & whistles. Beats the heck outta my first car.


your son now owes you big time. You need to constantly remind him of that. That there is a pooosy mobile


Sounds like he owes the great aunt.


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Re: Son's first car [Re: jackmountain] #15841154 02/26/21
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Originally Posted by jackmountain
Originally Posted by ribka
Originally Posted by Jiveturkey
Youngest son just turned 18. He graduated early, & is a really good kid. I'd been trying to find him a car, but not had much luck. Was going to take him to a used lot to look at a few then I got a phone call. Turns out my aunt was selling a Lexus lx470 really cheap if I wanted it. To make a long story short we were about to buy a junk car & get took to the cleaners. Instead he got a SUV worth about 15k at a steal. My aunt & uncle are very wealthy, but we're very kind. My son still hasn't figured out all the bells & whistles. Beats the heck outta my first car.


your son now owes you big time. You need to constantly remind him of that. That there is a pooosy mobile


Sounds like he owes the great aunt.

do you mean really old or awesome?

Re: Son's first car [Re: slumlord] #15841189 02/26/21
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Originally Posted by slumlord
Originally Posted by BigDave39355
Gotta lower just the back end......

“Coon hunting” they call it.



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Re: Son's first car [Re: Old_Toot] #15841205 02/26/21
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Originally Posted by Old_Toot
Originally Posted by Happy_Camper
That's a blessing.
🚗
I've heard police say that his age group are like magnets to them. They don't hesitate to write them up. This is even more true for a sports car category. This makes it doubly good.
This sounds more than ideal.

James 1:17


My 20 year old middle Grandson is getting my Saleen Mustang on Tuesday.

Thinking cop magnet also.

But he held up his end on his College grades, deans list.
A deal’s a deal.

Sweet
If he's making those kind of grades, it's not likely he'll be out late at the hangouts dragging it or anything foolish. He's truly blessed as well. Good age to start appreciating a nice muscle car like that. The only ones around here his age that have them are Sadi Oil millionaires sons going to the university.


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Re: Son's first car [Re: Jiveturkey] #15841214 02/26/21
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When my son son turned 16 I bought a 2007 Hummer H3. Told if “I given, I damn sure can takerh away”

When he turned 18, being now “olds and wise” (right)
He comes and says he knows why I got him an H3.

“The think is all steel, and I can’t speed in it”

I told him
“Your learning, kid”

😉


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Re: Son's first car [Re: Happy_Camper] #15841226 02/26/21
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Originally Posted by Happy_Camper
Originally Posted by Old_Toot
Originally Posted by Happy_Camper
That's a blessing.
🚗
I've heard police say that his age group are like magnets to them. They don't hesitate to write them up. This is even more true for a sports car category. This makes it doubly good.
This sounds more than ideal.

James 1:17


My 20 year old middle Grandson is getting my Saleen Mustang on Tuesday.

Thinking cop magnet also.

But he held up his end on his College grades, deans list.
A deal’s a deal.

Sweet
If he's making those kind of grades, it's not likely he'll be out late at the hangouts dragging it or anything foolish. He's truly blessed as well. Good age to start appreciating a nice muscle car like that. The only ones around here his age that have them are Sadi Oil millionaires sons going to the university.



He’s a good young man and with a good head on his shoulders. Very proud of all 4 Grandsons.

One of the conditions of the handover was that he sell his street motorcycle and he did that this week. I’ll sleep a lot better at night knowing that.


The degree of my privacy is no business of yours.

What we've learned from history is that we haven't learned from it.
Re: Son's first car [Re: BigDave39355] #15841236 02/26/21
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Originally Posted by BigDave39355
Originally Posted by slumlord
Originally Posted by BigDave39355
Gotta lower just the back end......

“Coon hunting” they call it.



The Panty Dropper


Fuggin a right!

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Dude !!


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Re: Son's first car [Re: blindshooter] #15841273 02/26/21
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Originally Posted by blindshooter
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Bet he will like that one, you may not when it comes to parts. Much better than my first one, a '65 Ford Galaxy. Bought it from a High School buddy who got drafted, he didn't make it back.

What engine was in 65 galaxy? 390 or 352.


My first car was a 66 Galaxy with 390.

I pulled a homemade trailer with my flat trackers with it. Huge trunk for tool boxes, coolers and all manner of chit.


352, 4bbl carb, dual exhuast

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Originally Posted by Craigster
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Originally Posted by smithrjd
Bet he will like that one, you may not when it comes to parts. Much better than my first one, a '65 Ford Galaxy. Bought it from a High School buddy who got drafted, he didn't make it back.

What engine was in 65 galaxy? 390 or 352.


My first car was a 66 Galaxy with 390.

I pulled a homemade trailer with my flat trackers with it. Huge trunk for tool boxes, coolers and all manner of chit.


352, 4bbl carb, dual exhuast


Borrowed from GRIZZ:

I got a 32 Coupe with a half a tank of gas,
A face fulla puzzy and my hands fulla azz.
And I’m movin on .


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Re: Son's first car [Re: Jiveturkey] #15841323 02/26/21
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He needs to be grateful and not act a socially protected species

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Originally Posted by blanket
He needs to be grateful and not act a socially protected species

He is grateful. I'm not wealthy by any means. He just started his 1st job last week. We were just trying to find some worn out junk with a clear title I could work on. Instead he got a nice surprise.


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Originally Posted by Jiveturkey
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He needs to be grateful and not act a socially protected species

He is grateful. I'm not wealthy by any means. He just started his 1st job last week. We were just trying to find some worn out junk with a clear title I could work on. Instead he got a nice surprise.


You and he did well.


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Re: Son's first car [Re: Old_Toot] #15841511 02/26/21
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Originally Posted by Old_Toot
Originally Posted by Happy_Camper
Originally Posted by Old_Toot
Originally Posted by Happy_Camper
That's a blessing.
🚗
I've heard police say that his age group are like magnets to them. They don't hesitate to write them up. This is even more true for a sports car category. This makes it doubly good.
This sounds more than ideal.

James 1:17


My 20 year old middle Grandson is getting my Saleen Mustang on Tuesday.

Thinking cop magnet also.

But he held up his end on his College grades, deans list.
A deal’s a deal.

Sweet
If he's making those kind of grades, it's not likely he'll be out late at the hangouts dragging it or anything foolish. He's truly blessed as well. Good age to start appreciating a nice muscle car like that. The only ones around here his age that have them are Sadi Oil millionaires sons going to the university.



He’s a good young man and with a good head on his shoulders. Very proud of all 4 Grandsons.

One of the conditions of the handover was that he sell his street motorcycle and he did that this week. I’ll sleep a lot better at night knowing that.

Oh yeah. Good call. I lost the skin off my face on one.
A family member had a fatal accident on one for likely an hour, and came back miraculously. His heart stopped, brain was without oxygen and then started beating eventually. All of us know friends who faired badly.

Besides, there's probably not a man who wouldn't choose the Mustang over any bike.


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And one can bet he'll go to the cleaners when it has to go into the shop.


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The 352 had no guts.

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My 1963 Galaxy 500XL had a 352 4 barrel under the hood. The mufflers (dual exhaust) we’re constantly rotting out maybe get 2 years on them.

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Re: Son's first car [Re: hatari] #15841900 02/27/21
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Originally Posted by hatari
When my son son turned 16 I bought a 2007 Hummer H3. Told if “I given, I damn sure can takerh away”

When he turned 18, being now “olds and wise” (right)
He comes and says he knows why I got him an H3.

“The think is all steel, and I can’t speed in it”

I told him
“Your learning, kid”

😉


I got mine a used Mercury Marquis..... biggest car on the road, cheap insurance, but the thing still got 20 mpg.


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Originally Posted by Oldman3
Originally Posted by hatari
When my son son turned 16 I bought a 2007 Hummer H3. Told if “I given, I damn sure can takerh away”

When he turned 18, being now “olds and wise” (right)
He comes and says he knows why I got him an H3.

“The think is all steel, and I can’t speed in it”

I told him
“Your learning, kid”

😉


I got mine a used Mercury Marquis..... biggest car on the road, cheap insurance, but the thing still got 20 mpg.

My wife drives a 2001 Mercury Marquis. Bought it 5 yrs ago for $3250. Had 83k when we got it, but still runs great. I can actually work on it to.


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