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What kind of car would you get?

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That is a very good point mc, however from another room or the back yard a verbal communication is often needed. I'm sure she heard his request for assistance and thought "He set himself on fire again??" and then yelled out the kitchen window "I will out you out in a minute, just hang on"

    LOL     Yup, forgot about those repeat offenders!


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      Good one ! LMAO

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        I decided to help my son trade in his 2010 and get one of THESE in January when he comes home from Ft. Bliss TX.


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          I decided to help my son trade in his 2010 and get one of THESE in January when he comes home from Ft. Bliss TX.

          Nice Mustang! What kind of 2010 does he drive now Ronnie?


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            Nice Mustang! What kind of 2010 does he drive now Ronnie?

            The one he has now looks like THIS, but its a v6 coupe instead of a GT. This time he is going GT if he can get the insurance to fit in his budget.


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              The one he has now looks like THIS, but its a v6 coupe instead of a GT. This time he is going GT if he can get the insurance to fit in his budget.

              Lot's of muscle! That insurance is going to be HIGH however, especially if he's still in his early 20's. It's only money though, and with your

              5+0 track record, I think you've got all your ducks lined up!!!  Thumbs Up


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                Lot's of muscle! That insurance is going to be HIGH however, especially if he's still in his early 20's. It's only money though, and with your

                5+0 track record, I think you've got all your ducks lined up!!!  Thumbs Up

                Good 5+0 point. My live tickets are in play on every draw. lol.lol. He pays $150. a month now at USAA so he will call and get the quote to insure a GT so we can plan accordingly.


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                  Good 5+0 point. My live tickets are in play on every draw. lol.lol. He pays $150. a month now at USAA so he will call and get the quote to insure a GT so we can plan accordingly.

                  LITTLE TIP: Keep the deductible higher, could save him $3-400/year. My deductibles have always been for $1000, figured I've saved thousands

                  in premiums just in last 10 years.


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                    LITTLE TIP: Keep the deductible higher, could save him $3-400/year. My deductibles have always been for $1000, figured I've saved thousands

                    in premiums just in last 10 years.

                    Thx, I will make sure he mentions that when getting his quote.

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                      My first choice was a caddy CTS-V until I found out dual mounted  RPG's was not a option.

                      At 200 + mpg I told them I needed a little more than a horn to get people to move out of

                      my way. 

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                        My first choice was a caddy CTS-V until I found out dual mounted  RPG's was not a option.

                        At 200 + mpg I told them I needed a little more than a horn to get people to move out of

                        my way. 

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                          LITTLE TIP: Keep the deductible higher, could save him $3-400/year. My deductibles have always been for $1000, figured I've saved thousands

                          in premiums just in last 10 years.

                          He got the quote from USAA and the insurance is only going to be $50. a month more for the GT. Raising the deductible to $1000. would only drop the premium $5. is he is keeping it at $500. I guess being active duty military has its benefits.

                           


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                            He got the quote from USAA and the insurance is only going to be $50. a month more for the GT. Raising the deductible to $1000. would only drop the premium $5. is he is keeping it at $500. I guess being active duty military has its benefits.

                             

                            Sounds like a great deal! I'm very surprised that going from $500 to $1000 deductible, would save him only $5. The military must have their own

                            special under writing codes vrs the general public.

                             

                            He must be very excited to be upgrading to the GT.  Banana


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                              Sounds like a great deal! I'm very surprised that going from $500 to $1000 deductible, would save him only $5. The military must have their own

                              special under writing codes vrs the general public.

                               

                              He must be very excited to be upgrading to the GT.  Banana

                              Yes he is, after 3 years of service he not only gets to come home but also gets the car he wants. Now he can use his GI bill and go to ASU.

                                 
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