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Old 17 Aug 2008, 06:16 pm
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Default 2004 cadillac or 2004 acura?

:any opinion on advantage and dis advantage-cts vs tl
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Better that you got a 1950 Buick Roadmaster.
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DEFINITELY the Acura. No question about it!
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