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...talks about how UConn hasn't been in contact and how they're out. (HT: UMHoops)
Jalen, Burke, and Simmons.
Mike Hart the heavy favorite in the trolling competition
just what the Pistons need: a third string center. Joe Dumars was replaced by a mean ol' alien a few years back you guys.
this would be a close approximation of hypothetical graduation speech
no you guys they're just super pumped about COLLLLLLLLLLLLEGE
not a surprise
premature congrats. One thing we can be sure of: he'll take fewer asinine penalties than Abdelkader
Thanks to ugly transitions between Fulmer/Kiffin/Dooley/Davis, Tennessee is on the edge of APR penalties for football.
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strong indictment of AAU right heah
Glockner sides with justice
a good cause, and a good time
good job gents
A corvette that was an anniversary edition - they had a few in the 90s would be worth something some day.
Early 90s Toyota MR2 Turbo - they are fairly rare, they were heavily optioned and quick, but still got good gas mileage. Recently, Car and Driver did a small article on collectible cars from the early 90s and the MR2 made the list along w/ A Mustang 5.0 LX. I owned a 91 MR2 Turbo and wish I still had it. Great car, handled great, good acceleration, bullet-proof, looked like a mini-ferrari. Way, way better then a Fiero, which I also owned.
Early 90s Acura NSX (if you have $35K or so) would be the ultimate option. Exotic car, incredibly dependable, bound to go up in value b/c they didn't sell many.
You could look at one of the last couple years of the second generation f-bodies, namely the Trans Am. I actually prefer the look of the later year third gens, mostly the 88s-90s. Not of fan of the front end of the 91 and 92 model. If you're handy with the wrench, there is a ton of info out there of swapping in an LS based engine into the third gen f-body. You need to modify your motor mounts, but there are a few places that have them for sale.
1993 Mustang Cobra. Definitely a collectors item, and can pricey with low mileage and good condition. A clean 5.0 LX would be the cheaper alternative. I also like 85 mustang GT. Same look as the LX from 87-93 but without the ground effects that they put on the GT in that era.
Also agree with the 1987 Grand National. Cutlass Salon was also a sweet ride but it would proabably be tough to find one in good shape. And obviously, can't go wrong with a Corvette anywhere in that era. 1990 ZR1 has my vote there