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Old 05-03-2002, 11:52   #1 (permalink)
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RIP..to the poor ED that died today

Today when i entered school, i saw a very sorry site. A parked ED was mashed up by a dumb bitch in an old pulsar.

The whole left side was mashed in. Both doors and rear 1/4 panel.

It was sooo sad....

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Old 05-03-2002, 12:01   #2 (permalink)
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On a lighter note

here in sa, i was driving to work this morning as usual, and i saw a EB II sitting in someones front yard for $2800 believe it or not, looked beautiful, it was that dark jungle green, looked very nice, i dont know what interior or engine/trans condition was like, had one scratch on the bumper but it looked sweet for that price, so anyone in sa wanna check it out it's on south rd just before anzac highway heading into the city
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Re: On a lighter note

Well one of the features the ED added over EB II was side intrusion bars in the doors. Well worthwhile, especially when combined with strengthened pillars.

As for the cheap EB II, I hope to get something like it for parts some day - though probably something even cheaper and written-off.
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This one actually looked very driveable and in very nice condition for the price, i mean whats $2800 these days it's peanuts
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