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Son inherit's GTO

Well this coming weekend my Son takes Driver's Ed. Once he obtains his permit I will be handing him the key's to his, formerly my 05 M6 GTO... So if your in the Oklahoma area anytime around Oct. the 1st stay off the sidewalk's...
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that's a lot of power for an in-experienced driver. I know I would have killed myself if I had 400 horses at that age. Practically did with 90.

Anyway, good luck and I'm sure your son will enjoy the Goat!

What are you going to get when the son get's the GTO?
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What oh what continues to compel parents to give ridiculous cars to their kids? I'm amazed insurance will even cover it. I don't mean to offend, but really, he'll do enough damage with a '92 civic. Let him get through his first accident in that, then consider handing over the goat. I'll put down $100 right now on him having an accident in the first 6 months. It didn't take anyone I knew longer than that. Hell it only took me a week. New drivers are new drivers. They're going to have an accident. You're one brave dad. Have fun with that!
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OP.....whos orange goat is that?

i want mine to look just like that.....as far as tire size goes. so if its yours can you PM me?

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That was a prototype.

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That was a prototype.
drool..................

anyway possible to get those tire sizes on an 04?
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Please tell me he's not only 16?!?!?! At least take out a heft life insurance policy on him first, a million should do.
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My first car was a battle tank! Back when I was in highschool, 2 kids I knew got new cars when they turned 16, one a Vette, the other a Jag, both ended up severely wrecking those cars! I know some kids can be responsible, but why take the chance. IMO. If the power is there, they'll use it!

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If you do give him the goat, send him to a professional driving school to teach him how to drive it.
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If you do give him the goat, send him to a professional driving school to teach him how to drive it.
That's almost scarier....there are certain things only time and experience can bring.
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