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A mission for all of C&G

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I think we need to do the right thing here.

We need to find a way to save Walt's former Z28 vert and BV's Cutlass!

I'm sure with all of us putting our minds to it, it can be done.

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If I could I would definitely save BVs Beast. It is way too nice to be junked. I have only seen the pictures of it but I missed all the details before.

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A ragtop Camaro is not quite my cup of tea at this point in my life,

the Cutty on the other hand would make a GREAT car for me.

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Maybe we could use a portion of this year's calendar sales to start a "C&G Company Car" fund to rescue down-on-their-luck cars?

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Yeah... In the condition it's in, Walt's Camaro could make cheap project car... There's enough specialists in enough things to fix both of them... I'm sure the Cutlass would be more easily fixed... but Both of them need to be saved and I'm behind this 1000%

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Again, if I can, and if it's for sale, I will own that Cutlass. (There's a non-selfish reason behind my persistence.)

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FOG <---- Desperately looking for an affordable 4th gen. Problem is; I'm not sure I would have the money to funnel into it while I'm still tweaking my classics. (They get first priority)

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Well... no one seemed to care when my Millenia lost its distributor, or the Sunfire's Twincam went haywire, or my old Grand Am blew itself up. Oh, but the Cutlass leaving me stranded, overheating, losing power, running poorly, and polluting poor old Brookville... SAVE IT BEFORE HE KILLS IT!!! That poor Cutlass.. running itself into the ground and I get the blame. Pfft... Such a group of bitches, I tell you.

:D:P :wink:

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but

but

but

the cutlass is a G body! lol

AMEN!

he he

That Cutlass would work well for me, too.....

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Well I never said I wanted it...I don;t even really like the way it looks. :P

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Well... no one seemed to care when my Millenia lost its distributor, or the Sunfire's Twincam went haywire, or my old Grand Am blew itself up. Oh, but the Cutlass leaving me stranded, overheating, losing power, running poorly, and polluting poor old Brookville... SAVE IT BEFORE HE KILLS IT!!! That poor Cutlass.. running itself into the ground and I get the blame. Pfft... Such a group of bitches, I tell you.

:D:P :wink:

Umm BV, doesn't that tell you something? :AH-HA_wink:

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Heh. Sorry. Even though its also an Olds and its a decent-looking car, I have no love for the Cutlass because its obvious whoever owned it prior to Cory had no love for it either.

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It's a Cutlass....the others are just....well....not worthy of being saved :P

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Umm BV, doesn't that tell you something? :AH-HA_wink:

Not really. Unless... you're trying to say that you all love junk cars? :D

Heh. Sorry. Even though its also an Olds and its a decent-looking car, I have no love for the Cutlass because its obvious whoever owned it prior to Cory had no love for it either.

Actually, the old hag and her husband/brother treated it well before she switched to a few Mitsubishi Eclipses. It's just old and run-down after being resorted to a lawn ornament... And as I once said, I don't think anyone expected it to last 23 years. The 80's weren't exactly a high point of vehicular reliability, by any means. Well, other than breaking down... They have a habit of doing that very reliably. :P
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OK, forget about the Cutlass for now.

What about the Z28?

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OK, forget about the Cutlass for now.

What about the Z28?

:lol: BV's not the only one who gives up on it quickly :P

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:lol: BV's not the only one who gives up on it quickly :P

Oh I haven't given up on it, BV hasn't really either it would seem. It would also seem that its future has been secured if he does.

Time to turn our attention to that poor abused Z28.

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Well... I'd have to find a suitable cliff, first. So it's not entirely secured. :wink: :P

Heh, as long as I have an interest in buying it for the old pops ... well ... let's just say that we'll just reserve that cliff for a few Tundras, hmmm? :)

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Heh, as long as I have an interest in buying it for the old pops ... well ... let's just say that we'll just reserve that cliff for a few Tundras, hmmm? :)

Can I use the Silverado to push them over?!!!

God, I'd love to do that! :pbjtime:

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Is it bad inside (the Maro')?

If it's just the outside, heck, we could pass it around.... :AH-HA_wink:

We have some monsters around here (MI) that would love the get a hold of that engine and tear it apart..... :yes:

Just need to find a place to work on it....

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Can I use the Silverado to push them over?!!!

God, I'd love to do that! :pbjtime:

Well, unlike the Tundra, your frame probably won't buckle when you push another vehicle. :pokeowned:

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