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Old 01-26-2014, 01:25 PM   #1
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is it just me??

Am I the only one that never seems to see another built badass mustang or muscle car on the road? I know there are tons of people that mod their cars but I never seem to see or hear them anywhere. I go crazy at the sound of a muscle car and the only one I seem to hear is my own. Lol
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The only time I ever see any sort of highly modified car is on car show days, normal days mine is usually the only modified car I see besides lifted trucks
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I'm saving to build my dd but a guy at work has a 900+ hp fox, he dd a corolla with 300,000 mi. Said he would need to buy gas each way to and from work! Seems most guys with built cars tend to keep them as a weekend toy. I'll dd mine as I do now, but my wife says I need to pay it off first, Darn responsibility!
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These are the only modified cars I ever see around here haha well at least this past summer
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Old 01-26-2014, 02:48 PM   #5
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I can understand not dd 900 HP car but I dont even see a mildly built car very often at all. Once I chip mine it should be close to 400 HP and I'll dd mine everyday. Of course I dont lice in a big town but I do go to bigger places and still never hear anything. Not even one that sounds nice. Always stock, or seem to be anyway.
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Old 01-26-2014, 02:52 PM   #6
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These guys use them as weekend toys because they legit love there cars too much to drive them all the time if that makes sense.... I have family members that are exactly like this. The gas can be an issue Aswell for some but most of these guys are using hundos and tp.... Some look at it from this perspective. . . I want to pass this car down to my son someday so the less miles on her the better. If that makes any sense haha
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