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I've been gone a while. Had a few issues at home. Husband of 18 yrs was scewing the next door neighbor and left me and our son. But hey, its all good. I'll be uploading some pics of the newest member of my family soon. Its a Christmas gift for my 16 yr old boy. I'm still getting her all shined up and ready. What a find!!!!! Glad to be back though. I'll include a little glimpse, crappy phone pic. LOL

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Sorry to hear about your husband, looks like your son got a much nicer gift than the Civic you were thinking about...

Chris

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Yeah, I only hope he understands the magnitude of what this car is. Its a 1 owner, 100,000 mile, bucket seats, 307, sunroof, two-tone Salon. What a beauty. I really wanna keep it for myself. But I don't think either of us can afford the insurance premiums for him to drive my '08 Silverado instead. I had to get rid of the Z, three months after he got it for me because he left. But my divorce present to myself was my new truck!! I'm all GM again boys!!

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Welcome back. I'm sorry to hear you've been through all that.

That Cutlass is beautiful. That year in particular is very attractive with the flush headlamps. I too hope he loves it and learns to appreciate it, and above all, make sure he doesn't donk it or cut it all up.

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I had a similar (but older) era Cutlass when I was dating my wife. That car is a great car fr double dates, as another couple can ride very comfortably in the back seat.

Chris

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It's my 9th one. My first one was an 84. It's my 2nd 87. I'm so excitede. I've had at least 1 in my possession since I turned 16 until 5 years ago. Glad to have one back in the family. I'm going to do my best to keep him from ruining it.

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Hey, my son and I would like to own a "special" car together and he's 15. Why don't you just sell him on the idea that this is a very special car that you'll enjoy together, mother and son. That might also be emotionally helpful to him with all of the crap divorce brings to a family.

Chris

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It's my 9th one. My first one was an 84. It's my 2nd 87. I'm so excitede. I've had at least 1 in my possession since I turned 16 until 5 years ago. Glad to have one back in the family. I'm going to do my best to keep him from ruining it.

Cutlass Supreme = orgasm

Welcome back!!!

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That sonofabitch. He didn't deserve you anyway. Glad to see you back, and that glimpse of your Cutlass is very promising. More pics, please, when you can.
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Thanks guys! I'm glad to be back and I finally can have the car back he would never let me have. The idea of making a special project between me and the boy is great!! I'm hiding the car right now but I'll try to get some pics this weekend and post them on here, the interior is the most amazing part, its so close to perfect, its unbelievable. I will forever be a G-body Olds FANATIC!!!!!

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I always drove mine in the winter, they did awesome. But, the winters in Oklahoma are pretty mild compared to what most of you deal with. We get 2 inches of snow and everybody empties the grocery stores in a panic. LOL On another note, I'm not the most patient woman in the world, and bleass my sons heart, I know he's trying, but me teaching him to drive combined with I'm teaching him in my 4k mile '08 Silverado isn't going well. I'm STRESSED!!!!! I yell and my heart pounds and I shake. LMAO!! It's all bad, and of course god forbid his father drive an hour to come teach some in HIS truck. :cussing:

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Awwww thanks. Most guys are scared off by a chick who knows so much about cars, drives a truck, owns their own house and listens to TOOL, Disturbed, KORN, Pantera, Slipknot, oh and the piercings and tattoos. LOL

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You should see what my exwife left me for...

Isn't is crazy? What the hell are these idiots thinking? Nevermind, she's short, fat and flat. What about the $10 an hour job :lol: and the 18 maxed out credit cars, oh and he wasn't even the first she cheated with this year. LOL LOL LOL

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Totally in love with color, I usually avoid the darker colors just for upkeep reasons, but I had to have it. A buddy of mine has a white LT with factory 20's, it would've been my second choice. Beautiful truck, love white. But we only had a few on the lot with the options this one had and what a deal I got man seriously.

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Totally in love with color, I usually avoid the darker colors just for upkeep reasons, but I had to have it. A buddy of mine has a white LT with factory 20's, it would've been my second choice. Beautiful truck, love white. But we only had a few on the lot with the options this one had and what a deal I got man seriously.

Really good rebates?

I've seen ads around here for like 13-15 grand....

I like the LS model myself. I don't need a bunch of toys in my truck. I'll add them myself if I want... :yes:

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My GMS discount plus rebates. I only paid $18k. Of course then the rebates got even bigger, if I had waited I could've gotten an LT. But oh well. Now is the time to buy a Chevy truck for sure, especially if you can find an '08 on somebodies lot, way bigger rebates!! Mine was just a base model, but it has Onstar and XM, electric locks, windows, remote entry and chrome bumpers, I bought the wheels cause i didn't like the plain chrome 17's.

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Because unless you're a metal head, and a gear head, a woman like me can be a little intimidating. I live in a really snobby suburb full of fat soccer moms and rich, fat balding 30 somethings and I'm the only mom pulling into the midhigh parking lot in a truck with Flowmasters and a TOOL sticker on the back window. LOL

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Because unless you're a metal head, and a gear head, a woman like me can be a little intimidating. I live in a really snobby suburb full of fat soccer moms and rich, fat balding 30 somethings and I'm the only mom pulling into the midhigh parking lot in a truck with Flowmasters and a TOOL sticker on the back window. LOL

Sweet!

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Ahhhh...WELCOME BACK!!!!! Been wondering what happened to you!

Sorry about your hubby.

That is ONE SWEET OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS!!!!!!!! Dangumit ... I've been looking for something like that ;).

Glad to see you back! Hmmm...didn't realize you are that young ;). he he

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Ok, yeah that pic was das whore. Here's a couple pics of me just for clarification. :) I can't wait until xmas so I can put good pics of the car on here. He already knows I get on here, I hope he hasn't snooped around and found the pics already.

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Sorry to hear about your ex, but welcome back :)

I'm loving that Cutlass and yes I agree with ocn more pics are needed. Sweet truck as well, good luck with it.

As far as the tats, beings a parts girl and loving trucks goes....you're basically describing my ex fiance...lol. Except she listened to $h! like 80's love songs lol. I on the other hand am a metal and hard rock guy and she always wanted to change the station in the car while I was driving....in my car...lol. And don't even get me started on who she was cheating on me with...

Btw nice new pics of yourself :)

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I would love to have a lady that likes American cars as much as you. You feel the same way about the Oldsmobile that I do about the Bonneville and Caprice. I am pretty excited. I am giving the Equinox back (Its a lease vehicle thats due in March) and taking delivery of a leftover 2008 Impala. They are so desperete for sales that I was able to give the Equinox back 3 months early and get a great deal on the Impala. The Impala is the winter and everyday car. The other two are used only when the roads are decent. Right now thats not the case.

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Re: post #51 -- :wavey: Wow, hey there hottie!! :hot::bowdown::hot:(don't worry, I'm married so I won't be cyber-stalking you!!) Though you do look very similar to a girl I had a crush on when I was 19 y-o and your love of American cars reminds me of a girl I dated briefly <unfortunately> when I was in college (my wife on the other hand could care less about cars). Maybe I'll reconsider the "stalking" :lol:(j/k!!)

Sorry to hear about your husband leaving you.., but in the grand scheme of things it's all for the better. I'm sure you'll have no problem attracting someone else when you are ready. Your ex is part of a trend I've noticed among some of my friends and acquaintences the past few years (leaving a good looking woman for someone less attractive). He'll be sorry in the future - I'm a big believer in karma :P

That Olds is a great car for a new driver. My parents saw a simialr vintage Cutlass on the side of a small country highway before I turned 17 (NJ you have to be 17 for a license) and got me all excited about buying it. When my dad and I went to look at it (summer '91), it had higher mileage than what my dad wanted me to have. The downside was that one of his former classmates was the owner; he owned a garage and was the 2nd or 3rd owner of the Olds. Even with him knowing the owner, him being a mechanic and telling my dad that he'd trust his son to drive the car, my dad played hardball over the price and let it go. I was really disappointed (it was in great shape for being a 7-9 year old car, it was black with a red velour interior and looked very sporty <white-lettered tires on the traditional Olds sporty rims). Everytime I see an '80s Olds Cutlass for sale, I think back to '91 and the one my dad let get away.

As for the Chevy Silverado, great looking truck (although it is my tradition here at C&G to say that I would have liked to see you get a GMC SIerra instead!). GM has always put that extra money into their trucks and they are worth the investment, assuming you can afford the payment and/or gas bills. Best of luck with it and many happy motoring miles to you both.

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So sorry about you not getting that Cutlass. Before I got my first one, I found a '72 Monte, black w/ gold flake, 400, all new interior in black, new everything, very very very cherry. They wanted $4500, my grandma said she wouldn't spend that much on that old of a car. :( I was crushed!!! Never forgot, I can still see it as if it were right in front of me. What a beautiful car it was.

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Equinox-

Glad to see the 85 Caprice is being preserved. I love cars of that Era...

Chris

I try my hardest. The 1st owner, Dad and me all took and I now take great pride in it. I think since we got it in 1990 it has seen snow 4 times. After each time it was washed. The Bonneville has a similar story.

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