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a brand new sedan around $30,000 or a "classic" in perfect shape? Lets say a car of your choice, Ford, Chevy, Dodge, whatever lights your fire, or maybe a classic 1970 Plymouth Superbird! You can't sell it, only use it for transportation! So no selling the Superbird or Boss Mustang or whatever for $150,000 and buying a better new car!
 

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Well, if I had a choice I'd pick a classic car hands down. I'd take the Superbird, or the Boss. That would really light my fire!!! My husband and I are into classic cars, we have several but there is always room for more. Ours are being restored so we can't drive them yet. :(
 

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Depends on what I need. But if I already had reliable transportation I would get a classic.

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I would go with the classic...rather be loud and proud then just mix in with everyone else!!!!!
 
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