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Old 05-19-2013, 10:00 AM   #76
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Yes! I even let her have it for a week for her yearly company kick-off in Vegas. Though with our little belly burster ready to pop in a few weeks probably not right now.
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Old 05-19-2013, 10:32 AM   #77
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Remember life is short enjoy!

Let my friend with ALS(almost dead left arm) take my ZL1 vert for a ride,told him to hit it a bit.He came back after 20 min with a huge smile.He said thanks for trip to six flags!
Just to see him smile like that was worth the risk.I did tell him when the other arm goes dead he cant drive it any more.

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Old 05-19-2013, 10:44 AM   #78
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If I had one..... sure why not haha
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Old 05-19-2013, 11:08 AM   #79
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If I had one..... sure why not haha
+1 haha but since it's a stick...ummm
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Old 05-19-2013, 11:28 AM   #80
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I don't even let my wife drive it...so my girlfriend's lucky she even sits in it!!
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Old 05-19-2013, 11:32 AM   #81
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I bought her her own a6, plus she doesn't like driving my m6.
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Old 05-19-2013, 03:07 PM   #82
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Haha you guys and this if my wife didn't see
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Old 05-20-2013, 10:31 AM   #83
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Lets reverse the question. Would I let my boyfriend drive my Camaro? Given that my sweetie has driven cars of his through fires, caught air going over railroad tracks, taken out mailboxes, come home with turf stuck up inside wheel wells, brought one of my trucks back with a blown up engine and another one t-boned & totalled - not to mention called me to come get him when he LOST MY JEEP (I said "you better go find it and drive it home then hung up on him) I will ONLY let him drive it if I come along to supervise. He gets all butt-hurt about it but as dr phil says "past behaviour is an excellent predictor of future behaviour." Those things never seem to happen when I'm along so there it is. No.
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Old 05-20-2013, 10:46 AM   #84
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I told my wife what I posted and she laughed. My 10 year old heard me tell her, and following in my footsteps said, dad you're not suppose to tell mom about your girlfriend! Chip off the old block he is!
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Old 05-20-2013, 11:54 AM   #85
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Lets reverse the question. Would I let my boyfriend drive my Camaro? Given that my sweetie has driven cars of his through fires, caught air going over railroad tracks, taken out mailboxes, come home with turf stuck up inside wheel wells, brought one of my trucks back with a blown up engine and another one t-boned & totalled - not to mention called me to come get him when he LOST MY JEEP (I said "you better go find it and drive it home then hung up on him) I will ONLY let him drive it if I come along to supervise. He gets all butt-hurt about it but as dr phil says "past behaviour is an excellent predictor of future behaviour." Those things never seem to happen when I'm along so there it is. No.
Wow.. yeh no thanks.. even when young and dumb I was never destructive to my vehicles like that.
a person like that will never set foot in my car.
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Old 05-20-2013, 11:59 AM   #86
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Lets reverse the question. Would I let my boyfriend drive my Camaro? Given that my sweetie has driven cars of his through fires, caught air going over railroad tracks, taken out mailboxes, come home with turf stuck up inside wheel wells, brought one of my trucks back with a blown up engine and another one t-boned & totalled - not to mention called me to come get him when he LOST MY JEEP (I said "you better go find it and drive it home then hung up on him) I will ONLY let him drive it if I come along to supervise. He gets all butt-hurt about it but as dr phil says "past behaviour is an excellent predictor of future behaviour." Those things never seem to happen when I'm along so there it is. No.
No offense, but he should be your EX-boyfriend.
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Old 05-20-2013, 03:12 PM   #87
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i have a hard time letting my gf drive mine.. i gave her my spare key to move it once and she still has it.. gonna have to take that back.. she moves it from time to time when im parked behind her.. and often asks to use it to run errands or pick up food or whatever.. but yeahhh if im not in it she aint driving it.. i let her drive it a couple miles on the way home i felt like a damn driving instructor..
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Old 05-22-2013, 05:41 AM   #88
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Well here is my story. Late Sunday afternoon coming back from friends in NC, I pull off the road, jump out of the car and say---YOU DRIVE. Well after playing the game of "ITS YOUR CAR" I don't want to drive it, she came over to the drivers side and got in. She had driven a stick beforeand was good at it. The first mile or so she drove the car she was so focused on everything around her that I could have said anything and she woud not have known it. She then started to get "THE GRIN", the one we all had when we got our cars. A few months later she said that it was time to trade in her car and get a new one. She asked to go over to the dealer to take one out for a test drive. She now has a 2013 Camaro, what a deal for me!!!!! She loves it (looks great driving it)and it looks dam good in the garage next to mine. I even parked it close enough so that they would touch to see if we could have some little ones but I guess that only happens with the living
We have done a few things to it, tint/wheels&tires/fuzzy dice
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Old 05-22-2013, 12:47 PM   #89
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Old 05-22-2013, 12:51 PM   #90
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Mine drove my Vette Once,she is scared of it,and she watches out for it more than I do,She lets me know if I'm too close to a curb or tailgating or if I picked a good parking place.
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Old 05-22-2013, 01:29 PM   #91
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It's a freaking car; my wife can drive it whenever she wants, although she chooses not to. Here is a pic the one time she did drive it.



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Old 05-22-2013, 03:22 PM   #92
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Lets reverse the question. Would I let my boyfriend drive my Camaro? Given that my sweetie has driven cars of his through fires, caught air going over railroad tracks, taken out mailboxes, come home with turf stuck up inside wheel wells, brought one of my trucks back with a blown up engine and another one t-boned & totalled - not to mention called me to come get him when he LOST MY JEEP (I said "you better go find it and drive it home then hung up on him) I will ONLY let him drive it if I come along to supervise. He gets all butt-hurt about it but as dr phil says "past behaviour is an excellent predictor of future behaviour." Those things never seem to happen when I'm along so there it is. No.
WOW! I Don't blame you at all! That's crazy!
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I told my wife what I posted and she laughed. My 10 year old heard me tell her, and following in my footsteps said, dad you're not suppose to tell mom about your girlfriend! Chip off the old block he is!
HAAHAH!!! Priceless!!!
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Well here is my story. Late Sunday afternoon coming back from friends in NC, I pull off the road, jump out of the car and say---YOU DRIVE. Well after playing the game of "ITS YOUR CAR" I don't want to drive it, she came over to the drivers side and got in. She had driven a stick beforeand was good at it. The first mile or so she drove the car she was so focused on everything around her that I could have said anything and she woud not have known it. She then started to get "THE GRIN", the one we all had when we got our cars. A few months later she said that it was time to trade in her car and get a new one. She asked to go over to the dealer to take one out for a test drive. She now has a 2013 Camaro, what a deal for me!!!!! She loves it (looks great driving it)and it looks dam good in the garage next to mine. I even parked it close enough so that they would touch to see if we could have some little ones but I guess that only happens with the living
We have done a few things to it, tint/wheels&tires/fuzzy dice
Lol that's awesome! I haven't has "The Grin" yet lol! But i've only driven in parking lots sooo we'll see!! Lol.
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Mine drove my Vette Once,she is scared of it,and she watches out for it more than I do,She lets me know if I'm too close to a curb or tailgating or if I picked a good parking place.
That's exactly how I am!!! Lol.
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