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Old 08-05-2013, 11:40 PM
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Should of bought a ford moment.

So my girl friends little brother bought a blazer a while back. Got a pretty good deal on it so what ever. Of course I still have to joke with him and what not (I think I have finally made him see the light on how much better a ford is). Anywayyy

Problems started simple with break caliper sticking, then i started smelling a lot of fuel and he said he was having issues starting so i figure he has a fuel pressure regulator leaking. No need in fixing it though, he broke down on the side of 23 today. Said motor runs but it just wont go LOL. Told him its a common chevy problem haha.
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Old 08-06-2013, 10:53 AM
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You did say he was her little brother.
There used to be a guy from eastern KY that showed up at car shows and at Mt. Park. He had a street legal Paxton S/C Mustang. It was about an 85 or 86, if I remember. He burned a lot of Camaros with that thing. It had a bumper sticker on the back window that said "Only Little Boys Wear Bow Ties"

There used to be a popular bumper sticker that said "I would rather push a Chevy that drive a Ford". A friend of mine had one on his Chevy 4x4 truck but took it off. He got tired of me saying "I'd rather drive a Ford that push a Chevy. I guess everyone is happy."
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