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The Bad Guy

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I really wanted the new SS, but after buying a home and doing my best to put money away for my son's college fund, I did not have the means. If I could do it over during the late 2000's would have gone for the G8 GXP.
The GXP was a classic, but I'd definitely would've gone for the CTS-V as it was the most dominate sedan back in the day and s true sleeper.





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The GXP was a classic, but I'd definitely would've gone for the CTS-V as it was the most dominate sedan back in the day and s true sleeper.
Back when I was young and dumb, and earned a okay income, I wanted the BMW M5 with V10. Was in love with the car. I think the CTS-V would have been a better option.
 

The Bad Guy

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Back when I was young and dumb, and earned a okay income, I wanted the BMW M5 with V10. Was in love with the car. I think the CTS-V would have been a better option.
Hell yeah, for sure! It probably would've aged well, too.
 

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Update: turned out to be fuel injectors again. Getting it appraised tomorrow, and if they'll give me more than 7k I'm going to trade it in.
 

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My 2017 is getting up there in miles, daily driven and plenty of road trips, I'm sitting at 55,000
 

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