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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    The V90 we’re getting only has a puny turbo and supercharged powerplant of 316bhp.
    Humph...barely adequate power to get you down the road. Then again, you rode a pencil lead grey and school bus yellow S so you're used to low performance. (gotta get those shots in while you're still able to respond )

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    Humph...barely adequate power to get you down the road. Then again, you rode a pencil lead grey and school bus yellow S so you're used to low performance. (gotta get those shots in while you're still able to respond )
    Ouch! That hurt!

    NOT! (Considering the source)

    ...youíll have to try harder dear sir, the clock is ticking.
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    Bill,

    I've enjoyed the conversation for the past several years and I wish you all the best. The Volvo station wagon leaves me a bit speechless. I would have guessed an S model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 36654 View Post
    Bill,

    I've enjoyed the conversation for the past several years and I wish you all the best. The Volvo station wagon leaves me a bit speechless. I would have guessed an S model.
    Thanks, Iíve also enjoyed our conversations here as well.

    I thought about a BMW Z4, but we need room for the dogs...lol. Weíre on a somewhat steep private road that is challenging on those rare occasions that it snows here. Iím not interested in putting chains on to go one mile, I did enough of that driving trucks at Tahoe in the past!

    Take care!

    PS. The back seat drivers... Rudi and Jackson
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