Tim and I finally decided on a car last night, after 2 weeks of test drives of cars in all parts of the Cities, giving up weeknights to persue cars we might want to own. The reason for getting a 2nd vehicle is Tim is starting his new job 11/9, and will no longer have a company vehicle 5 days a week. Maybe 2-3 days at most. So, we finally found the car last night. A 1992 Cadillac Seville with only 78k on it. MINT condition. $4400. The price was so low because the company selling it, is an auto broker, not a dealer, so they have no overhead. The car was a 1-owner, who was an old guy who had died, but had no family. So the state took and auctioned everything off. We test drove the car, and immediately loved it. It has a few scratches here and there, but nothing that can't be buffed out. It doesn't even look like a Minnesota car (meaning no rust or obvious salt/mud stains on the floorboards). We did a CarFax on it to ensure the mileage is accurate and everything came up clean, with records showing the maintenence the guy did, which was VERY religously done. ANYWAY, sorry about the rambling, and to the actual question...The car is equipped with a 4.9 V8 (insert Tim Allen grunt here). It already has double tipped, dual exhaust, and has a nice, low rumble at idle. However, Tim asked me if I minded him taking and removing the mufflers, but keeping the tips, and just streamlining the exhaust to make it rumble nicely. I wasn't sure, because I had never heard it done and sound good on a car before, with the exception of a 95 Impala, but I don't think that was a stock engine under the hood-though it is possible. I love duals on trucks, but only those with the engines to back them up. Would this sound respectable, and not cheap or wimpy? I just don't want him to do it, and then have it sound kinda wussy, wasting all that time and money.