Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Are you kidding?

I'm addicted to ksl.com car classifieds.  There are an amazing amount of 1969-1979 cars out there for sale in Utah, and I'm always dreaming about the next one I'm going to pick up, regardless of how little money I have.  Saw this one on there for only $499.99, or anything that can maim or kill.
1978 Buick Regal. This is the car that started it all. The grand dady of the low Riderz. Listen up all you teenager wannabe smoothies. This is the car for you. Turbo V6,Carbed. Easy to work on, will turn out to be the ultimate pimp mobile. Big Back seat, fast, and fun. Head turner when you get done w/ it. Call: ***** *** @ 801-***-****, no messages, texts ok. Runs, but needs works. Will consider trades for cool stuff like guns, ATVs, Drums, explosives and stuff.  Thanks!!!! Check it out !!
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5 comments:

A Paperback Writer said...

So, sounds like a great deal. Drums and guns. Nice combo.
Ya gonna buy it or what?

Max said...

Nah, the most dangerous thing I have at my house is a paintball gun. I doubt that does enough damage to get me this ultimate pimp mobile.

Your Conscience said...

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RE: "I doubt that does enough damage to get me this ultimate pimp mobile."

You might fare better if you dressed the part. Sorry, but a stained tee-shirt with the catch slogan "who farted?" doesn't cut it. See Rudy Ray Moore's epic film "Disco Godfather" for a home study course in pimpology. You'll also learn that PCP is bad shit... Not bad in a good way, bad in a bad way...

Now Your Conscience is off with its church group to protest public mutton bustin'...
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Jeff said...

Hilarious commentary on what people think is appropriate. Along the classic cars front, I was in St. George over the weekend and drove back on Sunday with the family. There must have been a classic car show over the weekend in Vegas, because i passed more Cudas, Mustangs, Challengers, and Firebirds than i've seen in years. All were in great condition, and driving very slowly through the snow/white out conditions we were experiencing.

Max said...

Yeah, one thing those old cars don't do very well is snow. Rear wheel drive with a lot of power do not mix with wet conditions. But it still must have been nice to see them all. I'm hoping to make it to a few car shows in town this summer, show off the LTD fleet.