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Silver BMW 335 and Blue Porsche Carrera 4S
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This picture brings back so many fond memories. Nice.
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coupe,of course! xjs..still a sleeper but wait.people will get it over time.
Cool. I see five convertibles for every coupe I see. I don't think I'll ever love a car the way I do my XJ-S. ~H
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^^such an awesome pic
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I drive Volvo very safe car
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1966 Shelby GT350
1978 Ferrari 308 GTS
2000 Ford Focus - its a bumper car with wheels!
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1966 Shelby GT350
1978 Ferrari 308 GTS
2000 Ford Focus - its a bumper car with wheels!

Need pictures
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Cool. I see five convertibles for every coupe I see.

I don't think I'll ever love a car the way I do my XJ-S.



~H

Yeah those are pretty sweet. If I didn't already have to many 2 seaters I would get one of these. Yes I know it technically has a back seat but only for midgets.
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According to what I've read from Norwegian posters, that car must've cost you like $120,000USD, right?
It's not that bad actually! That car has somewhere around 80 bhp and weighs in at under 1200 kg, so it's rather cheap. A 2008 with 30k miles on it (some might have lower and some higher, but this seemed to be a typical ad) is going to cost you $30k. Not too bad (for being Norway, that is) Huntsman: Love that XJ-S.
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It's not that bad actually! That car has somewhere around 80 bhp and weighs in at under 1200 kg, so it's rather cheap.
A 2008 with 30k miles on it (some might have lower and some higher, but this seemed to be a typical ad) is going to cost you $30k. Not too bad (for being Norway, that is)

Huntsman: Love that XJ-S.

30 thousand dollars for a used Civic?



I guess you have very high salaries in Norway...
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Just under $65k is right around the average, and then (without any deductions) you would end up paying about $17k in taxes. Cost of living is rather high though, but we do have free health care, free education (I'm paying about $120 each semester at my university) and some other perks.
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Just under $65k is right around the average, and then (without any deductions) you would end up paying about $17k in taxes.

Cost of living is rather high though, but we do have free health care, free education (I'm paying about $120 each semester at my university) and some other perks.

I'm moving to Norway.
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30 thousand dollars for a used Civic?



I guess you have very high salaries in Norway...



If you think that's expensive, you should try to buy a pizza and a pack of cigarettes.
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