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Cambo
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What do you guys/gals drive?

Post by Cambo »

So, what does everyone here drive?

Me = 1996 Jeep Cherokee Sport in Brittish Racing Green (I know its just "green", but its sounds cooler my way lol)
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Post by azn_seagull02 »

a bike but i will be driving a car in 6 months

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Post by Cambo »

Please tell me you got your license suspened and that you aren't 16 years old lol.
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Post by azn_seagull02 »

suspension? i would never get a suspension :lol:

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Post by Xarathos »

Cambo wrote:Please tell me you got your license suspened and that you aren't 16 years old lol.
Oh yes he is. Now back to the subject. My favorite ride at the moment is a 86 F 150 with a 302 c.i. V-8. I bought it from a friend of mine who owns a garage. He modified the intake and exhaust so it goes like hell. The downside is the best gas mileage I have gotten from it is 14 m.p.g. Oh well.
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VW Turbo Diesel Bug. Great for driving around town where parking is very tight. Great too on the road. The thing has surprising performance. Didn't think I'd like it, but the turbo makes all the difference compared to VW Diesel's of yesteryear. Mileage is around 35 mpg. Would be better but manual 5 speed transmission not available when I bought it; only automatic.
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Post by Razor_54 »

An 87 Yamaha Vmax for every day riding and a 2003 Nissan Altima for raining days and winter. Here's a pic of the bike, this thing is a bomb.

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Razor,

The legendary V-Max...I love it.

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dodge p/u 200

mazda protoge 94

woot woot

for work, a 99 International 4700 7.3 turbo diesel
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Post by blackjack »

PT Cruiser, I really want another bike.
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This:

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This gal drives a bright red 2002 Ford Focus. It has a Chihuahua bobblehead on the front dash, and two Taco Bell Chihuahua dolls in the back window on a sarape. All this makes StepDaddy's car and cycle look that much better, even though my little car is just as pretty and shiney!!! Then there is the switchblade for every compartment in my purse... :wink: :mrgreen:
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Ms. Barshoo,

You forgot to mention the big, fuzzy dice hanging from the mirror... :P HO! HO! :P

By the way, I recently had the honor and privilege of meeting Ms. Barshoo, live and in person. Her mother lives in a neighboring town and whilst visiting her she was nice enough to stop by my "cave." We spent an afternoon talking about what a bunch of "bums" you guys are and clicking my Milanos... She is mos' delightful lady!


My bestest buddy calls my ride the "LBJ" (Lil Blue Junker). That's all I am going to say about that! Snooty broad! :lol:
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1989 Mitsubishi PU truck,252000 miles and at least a 1000 loads of pecan wood but it's still ticking :D
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Post by Patrick D. »

A 1997 Neon in "British Racing Green" :D in the winter and a 2001 ZX9-R in the summer.
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