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One Car That is certain to become a classic!
by Firebird Enthusiast from california | May 11, 2007
Well this is a car that has it all. Speed, style, and most of all comfort. Ive been with this car for about 2 years, and i still love it to death. If you step on it, it flies, if u hit the brakes it stops, and overall its just fun to drive....so much i had to buy another.
by Firebird Freak from Texas , TX | March 12, 2007
this is a great car. it is the greatest looking car that I ever saw. the sound system is great and the A/C is awesome. I would always reccomend this car to a friend of mine. I am sure they would love it.