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Old 12-27-2012, 09:21 PM   #121
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Originally Posted by Dcha View Post
I guess I just feel like I need to engage people who have a lot to say, but nothing to offer.
Allow me to apologize, was my explanation regarding my opinion of the GT-R not enough to satisfy you?

Those are pretty bold words. You may not agree with everything I say, but there is no denying that the majority of my posts are substantive and when people ask me to elaborate on my statements, I am happy to do so. I do not appreciate your negative comments and I request you make no further attempt to engage me here or anywhere else.

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Old 12-28-2012, 02:18 AM   #122
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man that car is sweet, I was looking at it before my purchase but it was just to much at the time.

But theirs no comparison between that and the gtr regarding price, you find me a gt3 rs under 100k and i'll be damn. Nothing below 2011 either
I know that the price puts them in different categories. The Porsche cars just stir my soul in much the same manner as the BMW M3 did when I was driving a Honda Civic. I aspired toward an M3 for years, and I persevered until I finally owned one (..and I've owned a total of 5 M3's since 2003). I aspire to own a GT3/GT3 RS or GT3 RS 4.0. I will sell a kidney.......I will take it in the butt once.......whatever it takes.
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Old 12-28-2012, 07:02 PM   #123
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