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Old 03-18-2005, 06:16   #1 (permalink)
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Points to bring up in Holden VS Ford argument

Just back from a friends, and we were arguing about Ford vs Holden

Got me thinking - what are the points you always bring up in this argument?
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Old 03-18-2005, 09:27   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Points to bring up in Holden VS Ford argument

Personally I don't anymore.

I have owned a sample of both. H being a VP SS and now an AU.

Both cars have good and bad points but being a car enthusiast I enjoy cars of all makes and models.
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Re: Points to bring up in Holden VS Ford argument

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Personally I don't anymore.

I have owned a sample of both. H being a VP SS and now an AU.

Both cars have good and bad points but being a car enthusiast I enjoy cars of all makes and models.
Spot on Scruba, it doen't matter what you drive as long as your happy with it. Some people take the Ford v Holden thing too far sometimes and they are the idiots you shouldn't waste your time arguing with and you will also find that they don't know sh*t about what they are talking about anyway.
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Re: Points to bring up in Holden VS Ford argument

yeah same, if there were no governenment tarrifs people prolly wouldnt even think about purchasing one when u could get a merc for the same price!!! Build and quality
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Re: Points to bring up in Holden VS Ford argument

AMBROSE! was always a good comeback. But generally now I just have a yarn about cars in general. Its how a car makes you feel and I too would rather have a quiet beer in a bar rather than spend it yelling minor details about cars and their good or bad points or which won a particular race that year.

I'm not about to buy one or argue with anyone that does.

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Re: Points to bring up in Holden VS Ford argument

funny cause both holden and ford are the most similar through the whole range then any other brand
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Re: Points to bring up in Holden VS Ford argument

It's fun to argue this though :)

Yes, it does get boring and annoying after a while, but you can't tell me you haven't enjoyed a verbal sparring session with a few beers around mates :)
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Re: Points to bring up in Holden VS Ford argument

Holden VS Ford...

Clipsal 500, Ford 1 - 2 - 3 - 4...

'nuff said :)
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Holden VS Ford...

Clipsal 500, Ford 1 - 2 - 3 - 4...

'nuff said :)

hopefully 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10 tomorrow
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Re: Points to bring up in Holden VS Ford argument

yeah I'm over the Ford better then Holden Arguements

2 of my best mates are big holden supporters and one of them works for holden.

I used to be a Big Blue Oval Fan, but now that I work for 7 manufacturers and seen what else there is around that is so much better then a falcon or commodore I am not so big a blue oval lover.

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