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Prized possessions come in such diverse configurations and can have a different significance from person to person One of prized my possessions is my freedom I am grateful to be free and I would surrender my life before I would surrender my freedom I value my dignity because without my dignity I would be nobody My Garth Brooks compact disc collection is undoubtedly one of my most treasured possessions My utmost prized possession is my car I have a profound fondness for the way my car looks drives and how I received it It is also reliable and dependable I relish in the way my little silver car looks My silver sadan is the most beautiful car that I have ever set my eyes on I have a Mitsubishi Galant that is a four door sadden The Galant almost has the same body style as the early ninety Toyota Camrys My car is a 1993 and it is the first car that I have had that was made in the nineties which makes it even more special My car has gray interior a tape deck that works enough legroom for everyone riding in it and my car has awesome trunk space I filled this car to the brim with three people and all of my belongings when I moved to Maryland We were all surprisingly comfortable during the trip from Colorado to Maryland with very few rest stops because my car has great gas mileage I like that my car has great capability Once you get it going it goes without much effort My car has four different setting for driving It has power and economy for gas consumption and it also has this little cute button on its shifter that you push for overdrive for highway speeds over 45 miles per hour and for regular drive mode going under 45 miles per hour for long periods of time I like the features
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