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Old 10-19-2006, 08:28 PM   #1
craz azn
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around 5-6ish tonite..

In Whitby, a 97+ 4 door M3, silver, buddy ripped it onto the 401.. didnt even bother trying to catch em, driving a bit too erraticly for my tastes

In Oshawa, a red e30 (91 318iS) that looked EXACTLY like mine, except no front lip. He turned around when he saw me, he followed me into a parking lot. I woulda waved or said hey, but then he peeled right by, then uturned around again at the next parking lot okay, hi2u2

Whats with people these days?? LOL
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Old 10-19-2006, 10:26 PM   #2
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lol , he was probably jealouse that your car looked more mint or something
so he had to peel out to make up for it.
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