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Ravenfreak13

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Sadly, I have done a lot to my 99 Plymouth Breeze..but it's not all my fault!

One day I came out of work and I had found that someone had run into the front of my car...the whole front was crushed in.

Needed:

-new headlights

-drivers side fender

-entire front grill and bumper

One day I was hit from the side and I needed:

-new driver's side doors

-new driver's side mirror

On Christmas Eve, I was going to my Sister in-law's house...it had snowed a couple days before, but the snow had melted. I came to this lake sized puddle. Of course, I decided to go through it because I had seen a little neon go through. so right in the middle of the puddle, An SUV come flying through and my car was engulfed in water. A rod went stright through the oil tank and the engine.

Needed:

-new engine

-new oil tank

I had to use my sister in-law's 93 Lumina to get home in a blizzard. Thank God she bought an 05 PT Cruiser. The Lumina was on its last leg.

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Hit a deer...put it into a ditch...tried to teach a young woman how to drive stick (don't do this in a car with no tach)...punched the windshield (cracked it)...got it airborne (not bad for an Aries)...put nearly 100,000 miles on it...and I'd buy the car back in a second!

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Hit a deer...put it into a ditch...tried to teach a young woman how to drive stick (don't do this in a car with no tach)...punched the windshield (cracked it)...got it airborne (not bad for an Aries)...put nearly 100,000 miles on it...and I'd buy the car back in a second!

What model?

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I've yet to won a Mopar... I will someday.

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I think the more appropriate question would be, "What have I done to my Chrysler to deserve what it's done to me!?"

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I think the more appropriate question would be, "What have I done to my Chrysler to deserve what it's done to me!?"

Mine took care of me, no matter what I did to it.

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I drove it, everything else it did to itself. Surprisingly the drop-a-tranny hasn't gone out yet, but the motor for the top doesn't work. The windows leak in the rain. The AC hasn't worked in years. The leather is cracked. Yes, I am extremely happy it is no longer my daily driver.

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tried to teach a young woman how to drive stick (don't do this in a car with no tach)...punched the windshield (cracked it)

Would the latter be a direct result of the former?

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Would the latter be a direct result of the former?

It would make for a better story, wouldn't it?

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