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    Yeah Dan we don’t have a basement either that was one of the drawbacks of buying this house I’ve never had a basement personally I think they’re kind of creepy but Kevin would have loved a basement!
    Anything that’s not an immediate necessity or at least year to year goes to work Kevin where he works he has a 10,000 square-foot building and most of our storage goes there plus that’s where he works on his vehicles all his friends come over and work on their vehicles he’s got those ramps that you can pull up change the oil and get up underneath whatever in the air conditioning so his friends are always by doing something to their cars or trucks… he’s always said if he wasn’t into what he does for a living he would love to restore cars he loves that!!!
    YB we’re usually just interested in the quarter mile straight away should’ve made that clear that’s something around here -in the south anyway that people love to do or out on the street we race red light to red light, course that was back in the day I’m a little old for that now but I did do it last year!!!


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    Garages in the UK are a joke, many houses that have one cannot fit a car in them as they are not wide enough, my current house allowed me to park my mini but i had to drive in so that the nearside was close to the wall so i could open the driver door.

    So, in mine now is a lot of storage stuff including my tools, motorbike, golf clubs and all my other junk i don't want in the house
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    waiting and watching the weather ... every summer it's either NO RAIN or it rains "sprinkles" everyday ... that why this car just SITS... it's not really a Walmart/Publix car either so I only drive it short jaunts OR to Alabama.
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    Watching golf. 3M from Minnesota.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 4AMNTN View Post
    waiting and watching the weather ... every summer it's either NO RAIN or it rains "sprinkles" everyday ... that why this car just SITS... it's not really a Walmart/Publix car either so I only drive it short jaunts OR to Alabama.
    Is that the CTS?
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    What are you doing?

    Yes Gis — it’s awesome CTS-V we’ve had it since 2016 has about 6-7k miles. GOOD EYE


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    That's a good looking car, Fours

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    Thank you - it’s nice but we baby it. Can’t drive it many places. Guess that’s prolly why it still looks new. This is my second one the first year they made the CTSV‘s we ordered one and it came in it had a stick shift (only way it was made) in it I’m a good stick shift driver but at my age & for a Cadillac ??? I hated it we had it about six weeks and traded it in for a SRX4( which is my daily driver— just clicked to 100k miles
    Then Lil Baby the Smart car is my “putt” around car.


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    We bought a 20 year old Jeep Wrangler to tow behind our 24 year old RV. The Jeep only had 46K miles on it. Very clean with virtually no modifications.

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    Jeep’s are very popular here - but not to pull - Kevin’s first vehicle was a yellow Jeep! Y’all pull ur bike?


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