Birthing Hips..

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  1. Mikey P
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    Which do you prefer?

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  2. Mark Saiger
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    The 2016.....

    But Does she have big a thighs.... :)

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    That wide is badass! :cool:

    Love fat calves. :winky:

    "Well one of us does" lol


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    1964 in primo condition.
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    My grandfather had a 72 911T, in nice shape. He said I could have it if I finished high school with a 4.0... He sold it when I was in 8th grade...
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    I had a '91 targa top for about 2 years.... Fun car to drive, VERY hard to get in/out of..... Once I was in, it was comfortable....... It doesn't help being 6'4-235........
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    It's a car.
    You can't feed your family with it.
    By a Devistator wand.
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  9. Mark Saiger
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    These days would have to agree...

    Have had cars never drove...

    Well I guess I still might (Jeep Wrangler only in the summer)

    Have put my sports car enthusiasm into my cleaning vans I guess since spend so much time in them...
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    After my father passed away in '10, I got his '67 Jaguar....... (E-type, convertible)...... Fun as heck to drive......
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    If someone was going to give me one, I would prefer the 1964 911 because it has a value 4 or 5 times that of the 2016.
    I think... First year model production and would be a collector car if in primo condition...not a driver.
    Lesser quality value would match 2016 and be a fun driver.
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    If we are talking value when it comes to Porsche..... I would take a James Dean Porsche Spider...... Cool car, worth WAY more than first year 911......
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    1964 911.... Approx. 150-200,000....
    1956 Porsche 550 Spyder.....3.5 mil........
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    Which do you prefer the 1964 or the 2016 were the choices given. The reason I would take the 1964 is it's worth more... over $400,000. If I was given either one I would sell it and buy a Devastator wand like my friend Marty.

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    I thought there was gonna be some naked ladies here.
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    I am partial to old steel...... So, the '64...... But the new one would be SO fun to drive.......
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    Saiger and Marty, you dudes need some dirty hobbies.
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    Yeah yeah


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    Yes she was.

    And still is.
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