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    Hello, I'm Zack. I'm a 22 year old from Northwest Arkansas. My current ride is a 2006 Grand Prix GT with the L32 3.8SC. 132K miles, bone stock, and running strong. This is my first GP and I absolutely love it. Quick, roomy, and kills all the Hondas around here haha. Times are tough and I will have to let this one go soon, as its financed and full coverage insurance is a little high. So pretty soon I will be looking to buy a 97-03 GTP with my income taxes, and I would like to know what mods are suggested that won't break the bank. I'd probably be going for high 200s, maybe 300s, on the horsepower ratings. I won't be looking to build a racecar, rather just a wicked daily driver and mod as I go, little by little. I look forward to purchasing my next GP and sharing my experiences with it on here, as well as helping out those with questions and looking in on some of your builds.

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    Makes more sense to use your taxes and pay it off.........

    You cant afford hi 2's or low 3's.

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    I know I wouldn't get enough back on taxes to pay it off, or else I would. It's a carmart nightmare.

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    So then how do you expect to get rid of a overpriced bank owned car and use limited tax funds to buy a older car then mod that?

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    You should compare insurance rates before you make the jump. You may be better off sticking with your 06.
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