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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-29-2006, 09:37 AM Thread Starter
 
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Repossessed Mustang GT!

Saw my first repo'd retro Mustang GT while driving by the credit union yesterday!

Have yet to see or hear of any GTO's repo'd. But then, we always knew we had our act together better, didn't we?
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-29-2006, 11:28 AM
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Anything can happen to people. People come ill and can't work! Could have been someone you know and love! We should just be happy we can work and keep what we work hard for. just my .02

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Good point, but If I became ill and couldn't work, I'd still want to go in the garage and look at my GTO for inspiration to recover.
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I hear ya there!

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Good point, but If I became ill and couldn't work, I'd still want to go in the garage and look at my GTO for inspiration to recover.
You got that right... Been lookin at my Harley for 5 years now (blown out back).

Still workin, still drive'n the goat.
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I can speak from actual life experiance, UP until 03/07/06 I was a healthy 33 yo Male exercised daily, YMCA or running at the park etc.... As of 03/07/06 at approximatly 0930 hrs cst. I sustained a T12 burst and many other injuries. If it wasnt for me having disability Insurance on my loan notes I would be not just GTO less but homeless as well. I guess what I'm saying is have plenty of Insurance and the main point - Value your health and well being, because it could be taken away at anytime...
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You guys bring up some good points; just struck me this morning seeing it sitting there with all the rice burners and other cars I'm used to seeing people default on the payments- - - -
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Yeah, i have all kinds of insurance so when i do get hurt i can keep the gto. I am a professional fire breather, so its not a matter of if you get seriously burned. Its when, where, and how bad.
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