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Should this car be repaired or tossed?????

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by cashnone, Dec 21, 2011.

  1. cashnone

    cashnone BANNED BANNED

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    A friend of mine linked me to these pics, he crashed his car and is going to spend a ton on repairing it because he has memories in it,

    anyways here r the pics, I say toss it, buy a super car, this guy has enough cash to go buy any car he wants, but he is stuck on this..... help him out, what should he do?!?!?!?!?!

    http://www.*******.com/car/ripmustang.jpg
    http://www.*******.com/car/new1.jpg
    http://www.*******.com/car/new2.jpg
    http://www.*******.com/car/new3.jpg
     
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  2. NedieNed

    NedieNed Regular Member

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    Your friend own ******* or what ?! :D

    If he has enough money and memories in this car, he just might repair it.
     
  3. cashnone

    cashnone BANNED BANNED

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    LOL guess that wasnt hard to notice, but i say out with the old in with a supercar.
     
  4. uditbhansali

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    Tell him to throw this car.. Tell him to buy a new car...
     
  5. Spawn

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    frame damage 5,000+
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    total 16,000+

    Price of new mustang 20k

    Cost of driving like an idiot: Expensive!
     
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  6. mark27

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    Scrap that piece of junk. Here's what you do

    1. Tell friend to get motorcycle
    2. Buy life insurance for him (beneficiary is you)
    3. ?????????? - we all know what's gonna happen here
    4. Profit
     
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  7. jh0ny90

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    Toyota Celica

    Tell your friend to move on and get a better car
     
  8. GimmeMoney

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    There's no car left. Bin it.
     
  9. artifexgroup

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    Woah, that thing is destroyed.
     
  10. DamonJ

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    if he's got a lot of goodies in it, then he should strip all the stuff he would like to save and buy another one just like it and put them in it. if it was pretty much just stock, then scrap it and buy new
     
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    Are you saying he crashed a celica? Because that is definitely a 02-04 mustang (most likely a GT judging by the scoop).

    If he has enough cash prizes to buy a super car, I'd say repair it for memories' sake and buy a LP550-2 Spyder. Win-win.
     
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  12. Crewchief007

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    Uhm, how about see a head shrink! Even if he owned Emirates Palace Hotel, in Abu Dhabi, if he wanted to fix this, he needs to see a shrink. Forget the money, the accident probably caused him some head traumas only detected by the likes of Dr. Laura Schlessinger.

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  13. KraftyKyle

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    TOSS IT. Way too expensive to repair man.
     
  14. Fathom

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    He wants to repair the car because he has memories? I have never met anyone that would keep a car for that reason. Majority of people don't keep cars more than 10 years old, things get old and unreliable.

    I say take the insurance money and buy something better.
     
  15. Virus1

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    Tell him to get some money...
    get a new car...
    pick up some new girls...
    and make new memories....
     
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    you shouldnt have any attachment to a material object...besides that car is done. buy a new one is my vote
     
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    as much as i love ford, i gotta say it's not worth fixing it.... 2001-2004 Mustangs are dirt cheap to buy used, he will waste too much money on it and its not worth it.... Tell him to just buy another nice used 2004 black Mustang GT... cause that would be cheaper, than investing in this one.
     
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    Advise him to donate $5,000 to Charity and then he will have a much clearer mind on how he wants to spend his money.