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I started out the day with my mom figuring out my brilliant brother hadn't fully closed the back of the car, draining the battery overnight. :/ So we had to use my 10 year old car which hadn't been started all winter. Surprisingly, it started. Since I had to scrape off the snow, my fingers were already numb, now I had to drive us to the warehouse where we were doing our service. By the time we got there, my fingers were completely senseless. :box: It turns out we got to do 3 hours of sorting food into two boxes depending on their expiration date, I found some stuff that expired in 2004. ^_^ Few jars of mold, lots of exploded pasta, and even a smashed jar of syrup. We got to take some pastry stuff that I guess they didn't need. When we were leaving, guess what we discovered. My car didn't start. :P We had to get another person that was there to start the car. As I held the hood open, the guy's son walked by with a box of glass bottles of Coca Cola, slipped on the ice, and smashed three or so bottles. :D After that, we left back to our house, this time my brother drove. :aware: He insults my car, saying it's crappy, but he can't drive for shizzle. :s What do you expect in a ten year old car. It's a pity I'll probably end up having to share it with him since no one will trust him with theirs. He says our sister would let him drive hers, I told him otherwise. So now I'm here, my fingers almost thawed, about 20 minutes later. :huh:

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My car is 5 times as old as yours, and start every time. >.<
That's because you don't insert a key into the slot, you insert something else. :mad:

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My car is 5 times as old as yours, and start every time. >.<
That's because you don't insert a key into the slot, you insert something else. :mad:
What did we tell you about placing his finger where it shouldn't be, lilshu?

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My car is 5 times as old as yours, and start every time. >.<
I bet you drive yours 20 times more often than I do.

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What's the make/model of it Vogrin? My s-10 is 10 years old as well :PAnd @Toungy, he actually does have to use a key, but it has a separate starter and he has to manually move the clutch for it to crank. He doesn't need the old winding rod, the car isn't that old!

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Mine be a buick century. :blink: It just needs new brakes put in, that's pretty much the only thing.

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Mine be a buick century. :blink: It just needs new brakes put in, that's pretty much the only thing.
Mine's a '44 ford 2-door sedan with bench seats :greenhat:It starts every time, and I use it roughly once a week, since I have a bicycle and gokart :D and don't normally go places outside of 15 miles (approx 23km).:lol:

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Mine be a buick century. :blink: It just needs new brakes put in, that's pretty much the only thing.
Let's see... I need to replace the front ... everything... and rear bumper...Previous owner drove uninsured, at night, with the lights off, without a license plate (and probably without a license) and was a worse driver than I am!!

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This post has been edited by Lee M16: Today at 07:19 PM
I misspell thins like normal people do Vogrin.

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My car's 16 years old now, and I don't have a problem with it :PYou're probably right in guessing it's the length of time since its last start though.

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