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No, Timo paid mor like $12k IIRC.

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Yeah no I paid much more than 7k. Just seems like someone would ask more for that car but I may be mistaken.

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Yeah no I paid much more than 7k. Just seems like someone would ask more for that car but I may be mistaken.

Not if it's notorious for issues.. Nada says 8500. But I'm looking into a 99 e 55 now... if everything checks out this could happen

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I check out the Dark Sky app and it declares rain in 13 minutes. Fifteen minutes later the sky opens up into a downpour. Hyper local weather prediction is amazing. :lol:

Is that the Arcus version?

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Is that the Arcus version?

Yes, it uses the same Forecast.io API as Arcus. The creators of Dark Sky built the service that Arcus is leveraging.

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Not if it's notorious for issues.. Nada says 8500. But I'm looking into a 99 e 55 now... if everything checks out this could happen

My dad had a 99 E55 AMG, buy it.

Just try not to get pulled over doing 140 in a 55 like I did. I was dumb when I was 17.

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To explain it better, it happened in PA. I was driving on a road patrolled by county police, and in PA, county cops do not run radar. They do the speed traps, pacing, stuff like that.

I was traveling north and the officer was traveling south, obviously she knew I was way over the limit because I passed her at something close to 200mph I would assume. She promptly turned around, sped up and caught up to me as I was only speeding through that one section, conveniently enough.

This was all at night and I didn't even see that I passed her (maybe because it was dark, maybe because I was hauling ass). She pulled me over and I immediately knew in my gut she caught me, but she couldn't tell exactly how fast I was going because she wasn't stationary and doesn't run radar. She comes up to about my B pillar, peers around it looking at me (she looked scared shitless) and goes "do you know how fast you were going?" I replied with a chuckle and "nope". She grabbed my information and went back to the car.

She ended up writing me for a 71 in a 55 (highest points violation without a wreckless charge, and she couldn't write wreckless because she knew I knew she couldn't prove that I was traveling that fast, as per what she told me). That was probably the lowest point of my driving record and there's a reason I don't drive like that anymore.

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http://www.cnn.com/2014/05/15/us/san-diego-wildfire/

I know we have a few people from down there. I hope everyone is staying safe and no one has lost anything.

Got word from my chief to start getting a crew together. We are on rotation for the next strike team to head down there if the situation doesn't improve.

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Alright Cruzer555.

Considering I beat $1500 in fines and a 3 month license suspension in court in April, I would have brought it to court, could have had it lowered down to 10 over. But I'm the type of person who will litigate for $50, so for you it may not have been worth it lol

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He was 17. I'm assuming he also had a trial at dinner he had to worry about.

Shoulda-coulda-woulda.

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Considering I beat $1500 in fines and a 3 month license suspension in court in April, I would have brought it to court, could have had it lowered down to 10 over. But I'm the type of person who will litigate for $50, so for you it may not have been worth it lol

I counted my blessings that I didn't actually get cited for what I was actually doing, and paid the fine. Back then, and even still not, I really couldn't justify litigating for something I already got an enormous deal on.

He was 17. I'm assuming he also had a trial at dinner he had to worry about.

Shoulda-coulda-woulda.

^^This.

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