Saving vs. paying off my car

Saving vs. paying off my car

So lately I've been finding myself with small amounts of money left over out of every paycheck. For example, after I pay for bills, food, gas, spending money, savings, etc., I should have $61 left out of my paycheck I just got today. I already have a $300/mo car payment and I transfer $50 every two weeks into a savings account. I really want to build my savings, but I also really want to get my car paid off. I still owe a considerable amount on it, and if I continue to pay at this rate it will not be paid off until 2012. I also want to buy a house, though, in a couple of years, and I would like to have a pretty good savings built up before I do that. In your opinion, is it better to build my savings and just continue to pay $300/mo on my car? Or is it better to put that extra money towards paying off the car, and just continue to put $50 every two weeks in savings? I want to do something worthwhile with that money, and I can't decide which is the smarter decision.
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