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    Default So Jalopnik discussed an Ultralite for sale...

    https://jalopnik.com/at-30-000-would...197-1841490326


    Do you think a bunch of pre-pubescent teens and nerdy college drop outs get why you would buy this Ultralite or any other seven for that matter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Croc View Post
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    Do you think a bunch of pre-pubescent teens and nerdy college drop outs get why you would buy this Ultralite or any other seven for that matter?
    My sixteen year old son would...but then again, he has been on track with you.
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    The voting is biased against the price. They clearly don't know what they are looking at.
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    I had to give up on Jalopnik and go back to traditional car magazines. Patrick George was ruining them. Maybe it'll improve now that he has stepped down.

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