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Old 11-14-2011, 10:27 PM   #101
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I think one of my co workers has about that same car, they are really classy and sporty,(sexy) but i have a thing for black cars. My truck is black, hubbys cts is black, and my mustang is black with silver stripes, 330 horse V8, 5spd, and bald rear tires LOL.......
Come on now! My Little V6 HO G series pushes over 300hp. Can you break 'em loose at 30mph w/ new tires? Mine is a 4speed auto.

Top is a internet photo, second is mine. Same car except mine is pretty low slung.
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Old 11-14-2011, 11:27 PM   #102
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My daily driver is a Toyota Taco Double cab Pre-runner, I got it so I could carry 4 people easily, haul junk when needed and tow my pop-up trailer.

My fun rig is a "slightly" modified 94 Land Cruiser FZJ80.
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Why do I own it? So I can go anywhere I want, whenever I want.

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That and it imay just be the most practical, reliable 4x4 ever built
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Old 11-15-2011, 01:28 AM   #103
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Thanks. Ive had manuals in the past just dont like that row row row your boat thing thru traffic
Have you ever been to the TRANS AM NATIONALS, i get elected to go every year, its about 60 miles north of me in Dayton. Use my truck to trailer my brothers 74 formula up there, its a 400 / 4spd car, he says its not geared to drive long distances on the highway, and his wife has a 79 anniversary edition trans am, all stock with 26,000 original miles on it, so its also a trailer queen. They call their garage "THE BIRD CAGE" , but its a big 3 day show, lots of fun, and lots of high quality cars.
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Old 11-15-2011, 04:00 AM   #104
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I drive a 1982 Chevy Blazer. Why? I built it about 8 or 9 years ago. Couldn't bring myself to get rid of it. I went hunting a couple of weeks ago. We went back in the mountains on atvs. We thought we were going to get the atvs stuck. But later I took my Blazer up the same trail. I went further than the atvs went. I will never get rid of it now. The trail was so narrow I had to fold my mirrors in against the sides to squeeze in between the trees.
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Default 2011 Ford Mustang

I've wanted a Mustang for forty-seven years. I was blocked by income, kids and wives. Now I can own one, so I do.
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I have a 2005 Chevy 1500 extended cab 120K runs good just needs regular maintenance on it. ( new shocks )
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Old 11-15-2011, 08:19 AM   #107
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I've wanted a Mustang for forty-seven years. I was blocked by income, kids and wives. Now I can own one, so I do.
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1996 Ford Thunderbird bought brand new. 3 reasons I bought it. I wanted a T-Bird. I wanted a red car. I wanted a V-8. This vehicle has all that.

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I always wondered if they really did float. No heat in them in the winter. LOL
The floating was a happy surprise after an errant turn, and it did so long enough to return to solid ground. The cables to pull the heater vents open broke on mine long before i got to call it "mine". They were working when i learned to drive it at age 9 in a hay field.
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The floating was a happy surprise after an errant turn, and it did so long enough to return to solid ground. The cables to pull the heater vents open broke on mine long before i got to call it "mine". They were working when i learned to drive it at age 9 in a hay field.
my dad bought a 1967 bug, brand new and drove it until about 1979 when he sold it to one of his cousins who drove it until about 1986 when it got totalled after hitting an ice patch on the highway one morning and rolled a couple of times. the body was trashed, but they took the motor and transaxle out and put them into another bug!
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