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Old 08-06-2008, 03:33 PM   #1
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My 2002 Boxster S, One of my daughters so easy on comments!
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Old 08-06-2008, 03:43 PM   #2
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Easy does it!

OK, she is easy on the eyes! How is that for a comment?

Next you need some bumper plugs for those license holes and have to de-amber and that neat Boxster will be even easier on the eyes. Wheels are already pretty easy.

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Classic. You are very proud, I'm sure!
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Ditto to ALK.

Boxstoberfest isn't too far from Austin. You should join in on the fun!
http://www.boxstoberfest.com/
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Very nice photo. I agree that bumper plugs and deambered front sides will improve the already great looking car.
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Paraphrasing a bit, but:
I wanna go home with the Armadillo, to the friendliest people and the prettiest women I've ever seen."
Both my daughters were born in Texas. Oldest one in LaGrange and younger one in Brenham.
Pretty daughter, nice Boxster.
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Ditto to ALK.

Boxstoberfest isn't too far from Austin. You should join in on the fun!
http://www.boxstoberfest.com/
Oh man, Fredricksburg is great!! I wish I'd known about this sooner, but I can't get away that quickly.
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I'll be there if I'm not in the middle of the 3.6L swap. I love Fredericksburg and go there 5 or 6 times a year. I live in the Lago Vista, on the north shore of Lake Travis and in the Hill Country and many car clubs come through. Lago Vista is on hwy 1431 which is a fun twisty up and down road. Fredericksburg is about 1 1/2 hours west from Lago Vista doing the speed limit. PM me and we can get together sometime.
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You're daughter is a beauty. You must be most proud!

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there is a Porsche in that picture??? She is a beautiful young lady.
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I'll be there if I'm not in the middle of the 3.6L swap. I love Fredericksburg and go there 5 or 6 times a year. I live in the Lago Vista, on the north shore of Lake Travis and in the Hill Country and many car clubs come through. Lago Vista is on hwy 1431 which is a fun twisty up and down road. Fredericksburg is about 1 1/2 hours west from Lago Vista doing the speed limit. PM me and we can get together sometime.
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The last project I did, as the bottom had fallen out of the Texas economy, mid 1986, was to build a steel frame house in Bear Creek Estates. As I remember, it was not far from the south end of Lake Travis, off of Camp Ben McCullough Rd. I don't have a clue in the old memory banks of the address, but you went in and went over the low water crossing, took the first right, and it was the first place on the right. Brick exterior with a brown metal roof. We were broke as hell, but had a great time. Lived on-site in an old, borrowed, travel trailer. Had electricity, but no water, so we had to bathe in the little reservoir at the low water crossing! We drank beer and played cards or dominos to pass the evenings. Built a BBQ pit out of steel studs and rocks. Back when you didn't know how bad being broke was!!
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plugs?

The subject came up of 'plugs' for the license holes. I have these holes. Any link to where the plugs might be found?
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The subject came up of 'plugs' for the license holes. I have these holes. Any link to where the plugs might be found?

www.bumperplugs.com
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I'm guessing you've invested far more on the pretty one vs. the shiny one, eh?

Kids are such a blessing, regardless of cost. Plus, they keep you young and make you feel old, all at the same time.
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