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What do most teenage guys want The answer of coarse is a fast sports car Well most of us out there can not afford to buy a Corvette or a Pontiac Firebird Trans Am w Ram air So most of us buy crappie little banger cars But is still a way to get the power that we want That way is to heavily modify Most kids now call this supping up a vehicle That is the business that I want to create A performance parts store called Bobs House of Power I myself am very interested in supping up any kind of car I like the many different ways that you can make a Honda Civic faster than a Corvette That to me is amazing So I will tell you to the best of my ability to explain the process of making such a store possible to exist from scratch First I will explain the description and the organization of my business This business will be a partnership Myself and my good friend Stew Jackman we be equal partners I picked Stew because he knows almost as much as I do about modifying cars Our business will be selling specialized car parts that enhance the speed and handling of a car Such merchandise I have been buying for myself for a long time So I know a lot about this type of business already that is why I picked to run this operation Some of the car parts we will be selling include Nitrous oxide Superchargers turbos exhaust systems rims tires lighter car parts engines mufflers and other related performance products Any customer coming out of our store will have a part for their car that will make it perform better in some way May it be for speed or just handling that customers car will be better because of us I think our store will be very busy The demand for our products will
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