What do you drive?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by soundwave47, Mar 13, 2007.

  1. Grimlocka go-go

    Grimlocka go-go Back from the Dead TFW2005 Supporter

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    ohhh so close. '94 Caprice LT1 Highway Patrol Special. Just have the distributer to replace than she'll be back to "dear god how fast are we going" speeds.

    Gonna paint er like bluestreak.
     
  2. Jeremy.B

    Jeremy.B Leader Blackout LIVES!!!

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    That sounds cool. Those older caprice's will last forever!!!

    How long have you had it?
     
  3. BrokenSVT

    BrokenSVT It's not broken anymore.

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    2003 SVT Focus, #1229 of 3985. Check my Avatar for the back window treatment! :) 

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  4. plowking

    plowking I'm with ErechOveraker. Veteran

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    Nice!...I used to own a former Police Caprice.....man did that thing run hard!!....:thumb 
     
  5. Ripclaw

    Ripclaw DementedDino1

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    1 of 2 things

    my kayaking sandles

    or my regular shoes


    XD
     
  6. Grimlocka go-go

    Grimlocka go-go Back from the Dead TFW2005 Supporter

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    Since 04, purchased it at a montana state auction after i came back from Iraq.

    I love em, second one i've owned, got it up to 141 on a 5 mile straightaway up here, but had a lot more power to go, just couldn't risk the ticket :D 
     
  7. Pitts S-2C

    Pitts S-2C Member

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    1999 Trans-Am
     
  8. Blunticon

    Blunticon The Oddjob

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    03 Toyota Tacoma Truck.
     
  9. Metal Soldier

    Metal Soldier The Robot

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    Actually they're not that bad. I'm a pretty big guy, ~5'11" and 260lbs, and I fit back there comfortably. Although anyone over 6' would probably not fit too well back there. The seats are comfortable too. The only real problem is they might get slung around going through the curves the way I do. XD
     
  10. Emperor Mengde

    Emperor Mengde Instrumentalist

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    2001 Subaru Legacy L Sedan, 5 speed. Used to have a 95 Camaro Z28 6 speed, which was infinitely more fun to drive, but I got really sick of the white knuckle driving in the snow, hence the Subaru. When I'm able to save up some extra cash I'm going to try and get ahold of an 80's Monte Carlo to use as a project car. Want to do it up like a street version of the old Nascar cars.
     
  11. plowking

    plowking I'm with ErechOveraker. Veteran

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    Well, I have since turned the Jeep Wrangler in....lease was up...sold the '81 Malibu, and I am left with what I call "FactoryGreen".....my '96 S-10:

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    Con all the way baby!!

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    My siggy at another board I go to for S-10 stuff....courtesy of none other than Nemesis Predaking

    I plan on redoing the whole suspension, and adding a 3"/3" drop on it....I got all the parts to do it....just need a nice warm sunny day to do the work.
     
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  12. Predaking

    Predaking Well-Known Member

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    2004 Lexus IS300. Wish I have the newer IS350 but it's ok.. I bought it fulled loaded so it's still not bad. I may sell it after finish paying off the car this year for a hybrid.
     
  13. theLostSeeker

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    A 2003 Thundra, just kidding… :wink: 

    I drive a 2002 Nissan Altima.
     
  14. Autovolt 127

    Autovolt 127 Get In The Titan, Prime!

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    My Mom drives a 2001 Toyota Corolla

    My Dad drives still a 1995 Saturn Wagon but he got a new one a 2003 Suzuki Aerio.
     
  15. SunDown

    SunDown Fatty McFatFat

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    I was going ot say, it deff needs an altitude adjustment, then I read your 3-3 plans....I say sell the 3-3 and bag it, nobodys doing static drops on trucks anymore! those guys over at s10forum can certainly guide you through it...
     
  16. plowking

    plowking I'm with ErechOveraker. Veteran

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    I thought about the bagged route....I know I can handle the work, but its a money thing for me...

    Plus, I have a tendency to go thru cars on a regular basis...

    I got my first car at age 18, I am now 37.....I have owned around 25 (+) cars in that span of time....all of them worked, and only one was replaced because it was totaled, and another because it was stolen.

    I have had the american muscle, foreign muscle, all that jazz....money money money....just to grow tired of it and sell it at a loss a year or two later...

    Plus a bagged setup would end up being a maintenance issue, and I am getting lazy in my old age :lol 

    So for me, static drop is win/win.
     
  17. Chaos Muffin

    Chaos Muffin Misadventure Veteran

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    I own a 81 black nissan pickup, but I drive the gf's car.

    The truck's only for man stuff
     
  18. Lock Cade

    Lock Cade Tarn Fangirl

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    Look at my sig... I drive a 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport.

    Or, here... here's a better pic of my Jeep:

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  19. Lance Halberd

    Lance Halberd oh hai

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    Mine's a '95 Cherokee Country.
     
  20. Ripclaw

    Ripclaw DementedDino1

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    i didnt know that a '95 cherokee country was a pile of snow XD

    jk jk