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Thread: Why Americans should buy AMERICAN Cars!




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    i can't believe what i'm reading... what happend to you japscarsrule? what happend to your patriotism... i sure hope everybody else in the studio is still tru americans... i think your just pissed cause you know my badass 81 f-100 with 610,000 miles on it would WH00P the d0g p00 out of your POS ragady a$$ civic... AND YOU KNOW IT F00

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    sorry resinscraper but i am a true patriot. our country has been misled for a long time. lets see bush took away most of our civil liberties. yes your phone can be tapped now(all they have to do is call you a terrorist) your email can be read your house can be searchedwith no warrant. im sorry but when the bill of rights starts to evaporate i get pissed. sorry its just my point of view. and about the race next time i see ya well line em up

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    LOL, I like that.. Banned By Administrator..

    It's a little late to be picking up this thread, but I'd say that it's all in the name of commercialism. Take hardware for example. Where is it made? Where it's cheapest to make it. Where to we buy it? At pretty much the cheapest place we can get a functional product for. Some of this closing down has to do with increasing mechanization in the plants too. Have you SEEN some of the assembly lines?

    We exist to make and save money. While it's true my next vehicle will be a Ford Ranger, I don't give a damn what the next guy drives. If someone else comes up with what is proven to be a better vehicle for damn near the same price, I'm probably going to be all for it. Hell I've seen some interesting competetors (say a 3 wheeled tri-car in London).

    Anyways, just wanted to throw that in there :D Take it as you will (hopefully with a grain of salt)

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    Oh, and japcarsrule.. If you're a true patriot, JOIN THE MILITARY!

    No wait.. with what you commented on, I don't want to see you in my family (military). Yes, that's right. I consider it a family.

    Oh well, I won't turn this into a political dispute.. I was never good at politics anyways :D
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    Well I think we haven't had any more problems since..... :?:
    What came first - Insanity or Society?

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    The only ford in my immediate family has had the most issues but that's because it's driver (my, younger, less road-astute brother) has gotten it so banged up with his driving.

    I'll just say this: my Honda runs well, especially for it's age. I'd buy one next time (free, good working cars are good), in all likelyhood. I haven't had to put a lot of money into this considering it's a 15 year old vehicle with 255,000+ miles on it.

    If I want to buy Japanese, I will; If I want to buy American, I will. I will get whatever works best for me. Japan--another honda; America--a dodge. I'm not really into ford, but that's me.

    In short, I'll buy what I damn well please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan_Lander
    In short, I'll buy what I damn well please!

    Gotta love democracy, eh? ;) :D

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    Ya certainly do don't ya. :D

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    Always your best bet to get what works for you.
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