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21st May 2014, 09:11 PM |#51  
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Welcome back, and congrats. Someone is keeping you around for a reason

Preciate it man! Yea, it definitely wasn't my time to leave this place. Really hate that I totaled that car, but better the car than me. I did buy it back from my insurance company to pull the motor, trans, and interior, so I can swap it into another one of my cars of the same year. Car was a 1 owner 98 Cobra, garage kept, never saw rain, and only 22k miles on it. The parts are basically new, well the whole car was, but those are pretty much the only things that aren't completely destroyed. So in a way the car will get to live on with me, well it's heart will anyway

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Preciate it man! Yea, it definitely wasn't my time to leave this place. Really hate that I totaled that car, but better the car than me. I did buy it back from my insurance company to pull the motor, trans, and interior, so I can swap it into another one of my cars of the same year. Car was a 1 owner 98 Cobra, garage kept, never saw rain, and only 22k miles on it. The parts are basically new, well the whole car was, but those are pretty much the only things that aren't completely destroyed. So in a way the car will get to live on with me, well it's heart will anyway

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Wow what a shame, but amazing that you can salvage any of it. Reading your story today reaffirmed my belief that miracles do happen.
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