or ride if you're a bit more eco-friendly. Figured this was a good topic to do out of bordum.
I have a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix. Its nice and roomy and I've done some work to the car so it used to be a bit of a hobby before I became unemployed last year. The car give or take looks like the picture (2 yrs ago) cept i have the stock rims on now. The ones in the picture got damaged one day (well, only 1 rim did) on a huge pot hole and I never bothered to get them fixed. I'd like to go turbo with it one day but that requires a steady job and a cash reserve for a new tranny .