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Old 05-24-2004, 09:47   #1 (permalink)
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9k to spend what should i do?

either buy a stock eb ( or possibly another falcon) and spend the rest modifying it. or spend the lot on a car thats already modified.??

help please.

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Old 05-24-2004, 09:51   #2 (permalink)
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option 3 is to just give it to me and ill spend it for you!!

seriously....it depends on the mods i guess. maybe it would be better to go to the auction and get something cheap and leave the rest of the money for mods?
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well to start obviously magz n zorst...but its alot of money and a big decision.
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true. but do you really have to buy new mags? pretty sure you could get a sprint for less than what your willing to spend. all depends on what you want and what mods your looking at or want in the end
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nar i probs wasnt gonna get new mags but ill get atleast some decent lookin 2nd hand ones. even at first i just want it to look good, then 2nd sound good, then third go good
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well for 9k if you can find a car that has all these things then go for that...if you can get it cheaper then it leaves more cash to personalise it to you.
if you cant just start from scratch and do what YOU want to it...youll have enough to do most, just do what you consider important then do the rest when you can afford it.
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i would like to get a car then eventually it be my own masterpiece.
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$9k thats not far away from AU6 Money, would get 1 from the Auctions for that...cut and paste this .or click i think it works...

http://www.carsales.com.au/pls/carsa...pe=&price_min=
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$9k thats not far away from AU6 Money, would get 1 from the Auctions for that...
actually last year when my AU1 was repoed the best it got at auction was 9.7k...with 17s tint spoiler and six stacker...luckily it had a reserve of 20k (they were testing the market) and i eneded up getting 10.5k for it from the holden dealer...they sold it for 16k though
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know of ne auctions in perth?
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