nice car or nice watch?

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  1. mushu22

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    i have about 30,000 to spend on a new car, i was planning on getting a new lexus is300/350(and will pay the rest over the year), but know i am leaning towardgetting an economic car like a new civic or accord and a rolex. what do you guys think, and getting the lexus and rolex is not an option.
     
  2. mushu22

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    i have about 30,000 to spend on a new car, i was planning on getting a new lexus is300/350(and will pay the rest over the year), but know i am leaning towardgetting an economic car like a new civic or accord and a rolex. what do you guys think, and getting the lexus and rolex is not an option.
     
  3. mushu22

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    i have about 30,000 to spend on a new car, i was planning on getting a new lexus is300/350(and will pay the rest over the year), but know i am leaning towardgetting an economic car like a new civic or accord and a rolex. what do you guys think, and getting the lexus and rolex is not an option.
     
  4. mushu22

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    i have about 30,000 to spend on a new car, i was planning on getting a new lexus is300/350(and will pay the rest over the year), but know i am leaning towardgetting an economic car like a new civic or accord and a rolex. what do you guys think, and getting the lexus and rolex is not an option.
     
  5. mushu22

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    i have about 30,000 to spend on a new car, i was planning on getting a new lexus is300/350(and will pay the rest over the year), but know i am leaning towardgetting an economic car like a new civic or accord and a rolex. what do you guys think, and getting the lexus and rolex is not an option.
     
  6. mushu22

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    i have about 30,000 to spend on a new car, i was planning on getting a new lexus is300/350(and will pay the rest over the year), but know i am leaning towardgetting an economic car like a new civic or accord and a rolex. what do you guys think, and getting the lexus and rolex is not an option.
     
  7. mushu22

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    i have about 30,000 to spend on a new car, i was planning on getting a new lexus is300/350(and will pay the rest over the year), but know i am leaning towardgetting an economic car like a new civic or accord and a rolex. what do you guys think, and getting the lexus and rolex is not an option.
     
  8. mushu22

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    i have about 30,000 to spend on a new car, i was planning on getting a new lexus is300/350(and will pay the rest over the year), but know i am leaning towardgetting an economic car like a new civic or accord and a rolex. what do you guys think, and getting the lexus and rolex is not an option.
     
  9. mushu22

    mushu22

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    i have about 30,000 to spend on a new car, i was planning on getting a new lexus is300/350(and will pay the rest over the year), but know i am leaning towardgetting an economic car like a new civic or accord and a rolex. what do you guys think, and getting the lexus and rolex is not an option.
     
  10. mushu22

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    i have about 30,000 to spend on a new car, i was planning on getting a new lexus is300/350(and will pay the rest over the year), but know i am leaning towardgetting an economic car like a new civic or accord and a rolex. what do you guys think, and getting the lexus and rolex is not an option.
     
  11. rfx45

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    If you mean a new IS250, then $30k isn't enough. Why not put the $10k as a downpayment, buy a Rolex (or two) in the $10k range and then save the $10 for arainy day?
     
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    If you mean a new IS250, then $30k isn't enough. Why not put the $10k as a downpayment, buy a Rolex (or two) in the $10k range and then save the $10 for arainy day?
     
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    If you mean a new IS250, then $30k isn't enough. Why not put the $10k as a downpayment, buy a Rolex (or two) in the $10k range and then save the $10 for arainy day?
     
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    If you mean a new IS250, then $30k isn't enough. Why not put the $10k as a downpayment, buy a Rolex (or two) in the $10k range and then save the $10 for arainy day?
     
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    If you mean a new IS250, then $30k isn't enough. Why not put the $10k as a downpayment, buy a Rolex (or two) in the $10k range and then save the $10 for arainy day?
     
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    If you mean a new IS250, then $30k isn't enough. Why not put the $10k as a downpayment, buy a Rolex (or two) in the $10k range and then save the $10 for arainy day?
     
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    If you mean a new IS250, then $30k isn't enough. Why not put the $10k as a downpayment, buy a Rolex (or two) in the $10k range and then save the $10 for arainy day?
     
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    If you mean a new IS250, then $30k isn't enough. Why not put the $10k as a downpayment, buy a Rolex (or two) in the $10k range and then save the $10 for arainy day?
     
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    If you mean a new IS250, then $30k isn't enough. Why not put the $10k as a downpayment, buy a Rolex (or two) in the $10k range and then save the $10 for arainy day?
     
  20. rfx45

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    If you mean a new IS250, then $30k isn't enough. Why not put the $10k as a downpayment, buy a Rolex (or two) in the $10k range and then save the $10 for arainy day?
     
  21. rfx45

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    If you mean a new IS250, then $30k isn't enough. Why not put the $10k as a downpayment, buy a Rolex (or two) in the $10k range and then save the $10 for arainy day?
     
  22. jredmond3

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    Car, forget the watch.
     
  23. jredmond3

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    Car, forget the watch.
     
  24. jredmond3

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    Car, forget the watch.
     
  25. jredmond3

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    Car, forget the watch.