What Car do you all have?

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Post by Derek » Mon Sep 02, 2002 4:45 pm

Post a picture of it! :D

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Post by Slagathor » Sat Sep 07, 2002 9:24 am

I have:
1974 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron-440cid-Out of commision
1975 Chrysler New Yorker-440cid-Small body repairs
1992 Dodge Power Ram-tweaked 318cid-Still kicking ford and chevy butt
1996 Dodge Intrepid-3.5l-still kicking everythings butt

Currently looking for a 60's through 75 Chrysler Newport.......

Them old Chrysler C bodies r0x0rz
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Re: I ride in a 2002 Golf TDI

Post by Derek » Mon Sep 16, 2002 9:16 am

Seattle_TDI wrote:I ride in a Volkswagen TDI--that's a turbo diesel that averages about 50mpg. More importantly, just like my beloved BP6, the mod-ability of this motor is intense. It is possible to brew your own fuel out of pure or waste vegetable oil, even the stuff out of a fast food fryer, and skip the gas station all together :lol:

It's black, with 4 doors and the best OEM stereo I've ever experienced.

I've only had it for a couple months though, so I'm still at that point where every street parking is a major stress-event, and that sort of thing. I traded in a Plymouth Sundance for it, after having rebuilt the motor twice and replaced the transmission once. I'm enjoying significantly more power. I will eventually be tweaking the thing for around 130hp and considerably more torque. This is nothing like the diesels of old..... The only con is that the stock tires don't quite have enough grip for the torque the engine puts out off the line. If I'm making an unprotected left, or heading up a steep hill with the foot to the floor, I can still chirp the tires. The only time I ever got tire noise on the SUndance was sliding out of control in snow!
Yea, the TDI is a nice ride. I rented one when I was in Italy a few weeks ago.

kylewo0

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Post by kylewo0 » Wed Oct 09, 2002 5:03 pm

Ive gotz a 69 camaro..very stylish
you can see it at www.pro-touring.com under /69 camaros/ kyle woodromeswork being done

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Post by Guest » Tue Oct 15, 2002 12:13 pm

I drive a 1984 honda wagon, its tan and one winshield wiper working.

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Post by onelegdis » Tue Oct 15, 2002 1:05 pm

Cool :D

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My car is...

Post by Tom_Artosorse » Wed Feb 12, 2003 3:57 pm

I drive a 1990 Rover Mini Cooper, 1275cc Carb model. It's metallic british racing green with a white roof and bonnet stripes. A few mods - late model Cooper Sportspack wheel arches, lowered suspensions and Spax gas shocks, 12x6 white minilite wheels with polished alloy rims, 165x60x12 yokohama a359 tyres, Cobra Clubman (new style) red and black bucket seats with red four-point harnesses, 10 inch steering wheel, cut-down KAD quickshift gear change, maniflow tubular steel LCB exhaust manifold and centre exit big bore maniflow system with rolled stainless tailpipe, K&N filters, and last but not least - big fluffy dice!!! ;o)

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Ooh! LoOk! A pIctUre!

Post by Tom_Artosorse » Sun Feb 23, 2003 8:11 am

Here is my little beasty!
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Post by chemicall » Sun Mar 16, 2003 1:18 pm

Heres my ride :D
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Post by HAL6000 » Wed Mar 26, 2003 3:56 am

'79 VW Rabbit 1.6L Weber Carb Scirocco engine
'79 VW Rabbit 1.5L Diesel
'85 VW Cabriolet 1.8L
'00 VW Beetle 1.9L TDI

You can see pics on my webpage http://www.hal6000.com

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Post by hyperspace » Wed Mar 26, 2003 9:43 am

.. BlazeRed ... '92 Mazda MX-3 GS . 1.8L V6 (32v) . 5-speed ... 2dr -- crashed :cry:

ForestGreen .. '91 Mazda 626 DX .... 2.2L 4-cylr ... 5-speed ... 4dr

. BlueSilver . '95 Nisson Sentra GXE . 2.4L 4-cylr .. Automatic . 4dr
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Post by Blueneko » Thu Apr 03, 2003 4:39 pm

Once again I get the hand me down, was my mothers', then my dads', now mine. :?

How do I myself into these sorta things???????
1984 ford lincon towncar, one morning...tried to start the card and gas ran down the exhaust manifolds, and gathered where the muffler sits, and WAHH BOOM, now I have a car that sounds like crap, the BLUM BLUM *gag* BLUM sucking air kind of sound under the car.... but it gets me to work and back..

Oh and it burns oil as it does gas :shock:

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Post by PaulW » Tue Jun 03, 2003 3:10 pm

I got a 1996 Vauxhall/Opel Corsa B, originally was a 1.4 8v which I had tuned from 60bhp to 87bhp, which for the engine it used to have was quite an impressive feat!!
However, times change, and its now being kitted with a new engine, so won't be on the road for about 6-12 months, as I'm kitting it all out myself.
C20XE 2.0Ltr 16V Rebored to 2.1Ltr
270degree High-Lift Cams
Polished, Ported Head
Uprated conrods, head bolts, bearings, valve springs, tapets
Strengthened, Lightened & Balanced Crank & Flywheel
Custom 88mm Pistons
+1mm dia & 5mm stem valves
MBE970 ECU
48mm Throttle Bodies
Dry-Sump kit
LSD
Power expectations - 300bhp+
and thats just the engine, all that in this little car?? am I mad?? YES!!
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Post by hyperspace » Tue Jun 03, 2003 3:21 pm

Cool little car, PaulW !
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Post by kuun » Tue Jun 03, 2003 3:26 pm

i kinda like that car

but i like my honda better

soon i will have pics of all my cars :)
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Post by kuun » Tue Jun 03, 2003 3:29 pm

hey,

i almost forgot

i'm going to get a port and polish job done and then i'm going to get some double rings pistons with some of those splitfire plugs :)

then i'm going to look into bigger headers and flowmaster exhaust :)

then... GF willing i will get a nos system..

looking at some 16" rims for $500 for the honda :P

i'll be slicked out and ready to make anyone eat my dust
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Post by PaulW » Tue Jun 03, 2003 3:43 pm

It aint a bad car, is small, but well formed! I only got 15's on mine, as its going to be mainly a track & strip car once finished, I'm stearing clear of bigger rims! I'm not going for NOS, mainly as its a pain to fit when you have TB's, plus I dont want to be changing my headgasget every week cos I know my finger will never be off the smiley button!
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Post by kuun » Tue Jun 03, 2003 7:49 pm

hhaha


i couldn't afford that much

i'd do it once every now and then
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Post by vgoraz » Fri Jun 06, 2003 4:13 am

i ride a huffy white heat with the hand guards removed as well one actually they broke off in a crash and so i then removed the other. occasionally i get lucky and am able to ride my moms old purple huffy (actually its newer than my bike but well she has a newer one now).
occasionally i get really really lucky and drive my parents 1999 ford explorer sport edition. it really sucks driving wise as i hate the thing, but for going anything over 3 miles it sure as hell beats a bicycle. damn i wish i had a car.

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