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Poll Question : What type of car guy/gal are you?
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Imports 9 39 %
American Muscle 12 52 %
Low Life Lover 0 0 %
Other?? 2 8 %

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1nfinitesexuallity
Posted: Saturday, August 10, 2013 4:45:35 PM

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delsmith wrote:
American muscle only, Corvette here.


I love the C3 corvette man that thing is classic

I like the T-top version though not the convertible
1nfinitesexuallity
Posted: Saturday, August 10, 2013 4:50:36 PM

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reddeville18 wrote:
ok.....a big ol' Cadillac.....Fleetwood


old school or late 80's to early 90's?
Guest
Posted: Saturday, August 10, 2013 6:02:31 PM

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MissSub2012 wrote:
Black F-250 with camo trim around the bottom, jacked up. Mmm mmm mmm can't wait to get behind the wheel of that!

i lke the way u think
BabydollSlave
Posted: Sunday, August 11, 2013 8:23:03 AM

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1nfinitesexuallity wrote:


You won me over with the mazda :P I love rx7's especially old school rx4's :P


giggles awww me toos :) they are great in the hills for handling

my newest :)
DLizze
Posted: Sunday, August 11, 2013 8:14:40 PM

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LasarDaddy wrote:
1964 to 1968 E Type Jaguar Convertible.

With a 289 Ford V8 and Ford 5 speed Racing Transmission, of course. The early Jaguar engines and transmissions suck.


The two most reliable vehicles I ever owned (prior to the Mercedes 300SDL) were a '57 Chevy and an '87 Jaguar. When I got rid of them, they both had over 270,000 miles on them. Jag engines and transmissions are very reliable, but you do have to maintain them properly. They are not like "turn key" (read "boring", but powerful) American machines. (The Mercedes, incidentally, is for sale it has 347,000 miles on it, but now needs a transmission overhaul. I just don't have two grand (plus labor to R&R) to put into it.)

"There's only three tempos: slow, medium and fast. When you get between in the cracks, ain't nuthin' happenin'." Ben Webster
1nfinitesexuallity
Posted: Sunday, August 11, 2013 8:25:34 PM

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BabydollSlave wrote:


giggles awww me toos :) they are great in the hills for handling


well for me they are just great where I live there's just honda boys bleh so its nice for me to have a gslse to break them a new one every time we go to the meets :P This is my car by the way :) 85 13b street/track ported Posi for a bad ass take off no turbo needed :D


BabydollSlave
Posted: Monday, August 12, 2013 12:32:20 PM

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1nfinitesexuallity wrote:


well for me they are just great where I live there's just honda boys bleh so its nice for me to have a gslse to break them a new one every time we go to the meets :P This is my car by the way :) 85 13b street/track ported Posi for a bad ass take off no turbo needed :D




very nice, ive never ran a track...we basically drift :) hondas are okayish XD

my newest :)
LustyV
Posted: Monday, August 12, 2013 4:10:59 PM

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A 1957 Chevy Bel air

1nfinitesexuallity
Posted: Monday, August 19, 2013 6:51:31 PM

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BabydollSlave wrote:


very nice, ive never ran a track...we basically drift :) hondas are okayish XD



hehe I tried drifting a while back in a 240 it was fun but tires get expensive jaja
VanGogh
Posted: Monday, August 19, 2013 7:08:02 PM

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Although a refurbished old Mercury Cougar was my first car (it was a gift) .... all the cars I have bought myself since have been German: VW, Mercedes and BMW.
1nfinitesexuallity
Posted: Monday, August 19, 2013 7:10:08 PM

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PersonalAssistant wrote:
Although a refurbished old Mercury Cougar was my first car (it was a gift) .... all the cars I have bought myself since have been German: VW, Mercedes and BMW.


great cars but replacement parts are really really expensive
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