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    ^ Word. If you don't want it, hook someone else up with the employee pricing!!!

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    The manager is so evil. He's giving me one for the evening now to make sure it fits. He's making it so hard to say no.

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    Personally, I love the truck. If it's not going to make you work any extra hours at work and payments are amazing, by all means you deserve it then. Also you should check out my earlier thread with my friend's Ranges. The car is sexy as anything out the box, with a little playing around you can have sex on wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vodkarocket View Post
    ^ Word. If you don't want it, hook someone else up with the employee pricing!!!
    for realz yo

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    Save your money, save up, get something awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maciej View Post
    Save your money, save up, get something awesome
    i agree: a) having 2 cars in the city is a royal pain in the butt, b) completely unnecessary if you can walk to work, and c) life is so much easier with less stuff (is that last statement antithetical to this board's raison d'etre?!?!)

    but that's just me... hard for me to get excited about a RR - like maciej says, i'd want something better (re: faster and/or more fun) than what i've got; and i'd be willing to wait for it.

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    I think I'm going to retire the Lotus for a bit. Hook up a trickle charger and cover it up from dust and the nasty elements of my garage. The RR Sport fits nicely right next to it. If it isn't gone by the time I show up tomorrow morning, I will own two British cars. The good news is, it's only a lease so I can throw it away when I'm done with it.

    Now we can all ride together to sushi.

    And worst case scenario if I lose my job I can sleep in this car and still tow my Lotus to the track.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperVixen View Post
    I think I'm going to retire the Lotus for a bit. Hook up a trickle charger and cover it up from dust and the nasty elements of my garage. The RR Sport fits nicely right next to it. If it isn't gone by the time I show up tomorrow morning, I will own two British cars. The good news is, it's only a lease so I can throw it away when I'm done with it.

    Now we can all ride together to sushi.

    And worst case scenario if I lose my job I can sleep in this car and still tow my Lotus to the track.

    Do it but get the SC.. the hse must be too slow..
    btw i just got divorced, after reading this thread, i need employee rate

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    dooo ittt...

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