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In the scheme of life what is 10-12 weeks. Who could have thought that the Enclave would be in such demand verses the Outlook or Acadia? I don't think GM nor Buick saw this coming. Just think...when one buys a new car how long does it take for the "newness" to wear off? Do I want an Enclave now? Yes, but I have decided to wait till early 08 and let all the excitement die down a little. For those who are ordering a new car...Look at what you get if your willing to wait a few weeks...
1) A great looking car both on the outside and on the inside.
2) Plenty of room in the third row.
3) An American car that's a hit.
4) Much more bang for the buck than some of the "other" cars.
5) I am going to guess it going to cost less to operate then those "other" cars.
6) 97 Octane...need I say more?
7) Less operating cost in replacememt maintinance parts down the road.
8) It's a car that we have been asking for.
9) It's a real CUV and not a made over SUV want to be
10) You won't regret waiting a few more weeks for the car that you really wanted!!
Let the dancing begin! :banana: :dancing: :hyper: :clap2:
 

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Rollin Thunder ...
Yes you are correct...another premature senior moment! :banghead:
I wonder how many who have read this post caught the 97 verses 87 slip? ???
 

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The Rev said:
I wonder how many who have read this post caught the 97 verses 87 slip? ???
Oooh. Oooh. I did. I just didn't feel like busting your chops.
 

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Ha! I missed it but I'm convinced that has something to do with owning a Buick. Last week, I lost my debit card, ran out of checks, and left my license at home when I went to the bank to withdraw $ from my account. Premature senior moment or Buick owner moment. Who's to say?
 

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You know what they say...
"Every day is a good day except some days are better than others"! ;D :thumb:

Think about this...a year ago would we be complaining because of long lead times on purchasing a new Buick? My oh my how things have changed. It makes me want to jump and down with Joy for GM. :blob:
 

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The Rev said:
You know what they say...
"Every day is a good day except some days are better than others"! ;D :thumb:

Think about this...a year ago would we be complaining because of long lead times on purchasing a new Buick? My oh my how things have changed. It makes me want to jump and down with Joy for GM. :blob:
Does seem absurd like a scene from Monty Python's Life of Brian. So let us all whistle, "Look on the bright side of life..." :sunny:
 

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So is the average age of Buick owners really 64, as reported, or does owning a Buick somehow prematurely age you so that you only appear and act as if you are older?!? I don't have many functioning brain cells left as it is, now you guys have me really worried.
 

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"Some things in life are bad,
They can really make you mad.
Other things just make you swear and curse.
When you're chewing on life's gristle,
Don't grumble, give a whistle,
And this'll help things turn out for the best, and...

Always look on the bright side of life!" :angel:
 
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