Lincoln Park 2004

Sunday, February 1, 2004 12:30 PM
Well, January 27th me and some friends visited the Lincoln Park property in Dartmouth MA. It is all fenced off and i'm a law biting citizen so I decided to stay outside the fencing but I got some nice pictures, And there posted on this site:

Check them out and feel free to discuss anything Lincoln Park.

Sunday, February 1, 2004 12:34 PM
They're pretty good. My ex got me started on them. I hear they're very good in concert too.

Brian, who actually IS just kidding.

Sunday, February 1, 2004 5:55 PM
Yeah, I was going to see them with your ex but my stupid friend forgot to get the tickets and they sold out. >:O <---- Hate's that.

But yeah, nice pics. I never really had an interest in that park much (or many old parks, I'm just a young punk), but I appreciate you sharing your photos with us. :)


Sunday, February 1, 2004 8:14 PM
You know, I'm actually a law biting person too. Maybe there's therepy for it.
Sunday, February 1, 2004 8:45 PM
Did you mean therapy?
Sunday, February 1, 2004 8:47 PM
Dude if you're going to show off your car, at least get a good looking car! ;) j/k Just don't go rice on us.

By the way, nice pictures of LP... the Comet looks like it was an amazing coaster. *** Edited 2/2/2004 1:48:19 AM UTC by The Shy One***

Sunday, February 1, 2004 9:51 PM
The park picts are pretty good, but why in the heck would anybody want to buy a lousy Doge Neon??

God, talk about crap on wheels!

Sunday, February 1, 2004 9:54 PM
Excuse me, dont talk about my car like that. Its a good car...What do you drive pecker?
Sunday, February 1, 2004 10:39 PM
john peck -the dodge neon is not a bad car but -what I dont understand is why would someone put a stock neon with a aftermarket head unit on a web site-please tell me that is a joke.
Sunday, February 1, 2004 10:55 PM
Not a bad car??.... Neons blow heads left and right, perhaps not the new ones as much nowadays because they got a clue from the asian and european manufactures, but the mid to late 90's are always on the side of the road.

Plus, they are not worth anything because they depreciate so bad, and the safety ratings have been less than impressive, need i go on?

Regardless of what I own, (and it's had it's share of problems too, most cars over 15 years old do) any car bought nowadays support a global economy, so even if I don't buy a "big three" product, Im still suporting the worlds consumer program anyways. The big three combined still sell more cars than anyone else anyway.

Least we aggree on Yankee Cannonball being a darn fine ride.

Sunday, February 1, 2004 11:30 PM
I love this 4 cyclinder car mod phase. Now you got these 16 year olds with the mega phone exhaust tips, that buzz like a weed eater on steroids.

Neons are junk, atleast the early ones, head gaskets, oil pans, and instrument panel failures. Most wholesalers I know won't take them for free.

I got rid of all my toys, I don't see the point in buying something that depreciates on avg 50% within 4 years. I buy em cheap drive them for a year and get rid of them, usually making money on each one. To me its just a object to get me from point A to point B and nothing more. *** Edited 2/2/2004 4:34:52 AM UTC by Snap43***

Monday, February 2, 2004 12:16 AM

Legendary said:
Yeah, I was going to see them with your ex but my stupid friend forgot to get the tickets and they sold out. >:O <---- Hate's that.


Damn homey, why you trying to hert me? :(

Monday, February 2, 2004 10:07 AM
Sorry to say, a lot of Chrysler products are pretty lousy... at least froma quality standpoint. The company designs good cars and trucks that have a LOT of good and innovative ideas, but they don't seem to know how to build 'em. I can't begin to count how many friends I've had with various Chrylser vehicles, and almost all of them had to replace the transmissions by 50K miles. In this day and age, that is inexcusable. *** Edited 2/2/2004 3:09:33 PM UTC by Rob Ascough***
Monday, February 2, 2004 10:35 AM
I have heard nothing but good things about the PT Cruiser, though. Ironically, It's built on a Neon frame.
Monday, February 2, 2004 10:47 AM
Maybe some Mercedes-Benz bits got thrown in there, although that doesn't explain why some other new Chryslers still have issues. I read that the new Dodge Durangos just got recalled, and they've only been out a few months.
Monday, February 2, 2004 10:59 AM
Unfortuanatly, the majority of the Euopean cars have massive electrical problems and have been incredibly unrealable in that sense, otherwise their engineering is near perfection.

Now this new Chrysler Crossfire, built in Europe with many Mercedes-like parts, (because Chrysler owns part of Mercedes) has just come out, so I don't know whats going to happen with it.

Monday, February 2, 2004 11:30 AM
My mother has a 2002 Volvo and it has had numerous electrical problems. I understand that Audis are the same way (and because of that, I didn't get one) Fortunately, my Euro-car has been good to me so far.

The Chrysler Crossfire is nothing more than a M-B SLK roadster chassis/drivetrain with a Chrysler-designed coupe body on top of it. I can see it becoming one of the most reliable Chrysler products. The new Chrysler 300 and Dodge Hemi will use a lot of M-B parts as well, so perhaps they will be better from a quality standpoint as well?

Monday, February 2, 2004 12:40 PM
I love my 02 Jetta 1.8 T. Its fast, reliable, and smooth. The motors are so versatile you can do anything to them. I bought a NewSpeed performance computer chip and...hmm, words cant describe on how much of a difference it makes. Sure the car was built in Tijuana Mexico and uses cheap parts and I have to take it in...oh say every 2 months for something(thank god for warranties) but I still love my car. Had it for almost 2 years(the 16th is its 2nd birthday) and i have almost 64K miles on it(dont ask).Car is worth about 13 grand and I still owe(my parents, hehee)24K on it...oh well.
Monday, February 2, 2004 2:10 PM
Thats the bad things about cars. You buy one for say, $20k, finance it for 3 - 5 years at say, 6% and when you done paying for it, you have spent $27k on a car that has depreciated to about $8k.

Buying a new car is techically your worst investment unless you plan on driving it for 10 or 15 years, but then there are some makes and modles that are money pits all the way through.

I'll probally always drive old Lexus', Acura's, Toyotas, Hondas, Nissans and Subarus and put my money into land and real estate... thats your best investment.

Monday, February 2, 2004 2:19 PM
I don't drive my cars for 10 or 15 years, but within 3 threes, I put that kind of milage on them. I got my car, brand-new, last January, and now it has 36K miles. I care not to think of the depreciation in terms of percentages...

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