My Pride & Joy

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Re: My Pride & Joy

Post by bassmaster_flex » Wed Mar 01, 2006 8:20 pm

So............who has the Triton then? And werent there discussions of a Titan too? And I remember somebody saying something about an NSX? Was that JIP? LEFT hand. Niiiice.

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Re: My Pride & Joy

Post by Cal » Wed Mar 01, 2006 8:24 pm

bassmaster_flex wrote:So............who has the Triton then? And werent there discussions of a Titan too? And I remember somebody saying something about an NSX? Was that JIP? LEFT hand. Niiiice.
that would be our illustrious Editor in Chief, Zander:

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Re: My Pride & Joy

Post by bassmaster_flex » Thu Mar 02, 2006 9:07 am

Cal, that's a.......Pathfinder? How does it drive? I was never a fan of Nissan (cept the Z) until the Maxima/Altima's came out with 240some hp mated to 6-speed manuals. :shock:

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Re: My Pride & Joy

Post by Cal » Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:49 pm

bassmaster_flex,

Yes, that's one of the New Pathfinders... I got it the first month it was out because my old one had too many miles on it and we needed an upgrade. It drives fine - for an SUV. Not crazy about the gas mileage in any of these kinds of cars, but if yer gonna have a boat and a family, it's pretty much a foregone conclusion you need an SUV.

I've been a big fan of Nissan and Honda for a very long time, but they both seem to be more popular out here on the west coast than throughout the country. Then again, I probably wouldn't buy anything lower than the Maxima or maybe the Altima either.
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Re: My Pride & Joy

Post by TOPWATER » Sat Mar 25, 2006 1:00 pm

Very cute kids!!!!!!!!!

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Re: My Pride & Joy

Post by Wildcard » Sat Mar 25, 2006 11:05 pm

Cute kids and nice boat Cal. You done good. :D

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Re: My Pride & Joy

Post by Zander » Tue Mar 28, 2006 10:03 am

I wasn't a Nissan fan either. Had some bad experiences with an old Maxima back in the day. But after talking to Cal I decided to test drive the Titan during my truck buying period. Fell in love with the truck, and she's been great so far.

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Re: My Pride & Joy

Post by airfob » Wed Mar 29, 2006 8:50 pm

Beautiful kids Cal! Been trying to talk the old lady into trying for a son this year...she says I can choose between a son or a bass boat but can't have both, funny how women tell you how to spend your own money, lol.

Those kids are gonna grow up with some really nice tackle :!:

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