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    OK, I got to see Bob's TA in person and it looks bad ass with the air filter sticking through the hood like that. If he doesn't want the shaker hood on that's up to him but I don't think he needs it at all. The car is absolutely gorgeous.

    Then again, everybody would probably think my truck looks stupid in it's current condition with the black steel wheels, center caps and trim rings. So maybe I'm the odd one out.
    You're just jealous 'cause the voices don't talk to you!

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    I will have to post up the newest pic of my ride later. I got rid of my rims and tires(they were wearing too fast, and went back to black steelies and slightly larger than stock tires(I got a screaming deal on them). My wife hates it, but I think it looks cool.

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    2004 Honda Element (wife)
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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    1969 Mustang Coupe (in the basement waiting to be restored)
    1969 Mustang Mach I (in the basement waiting to be restored)
    Nice. Are you going to be restoring these individually, or use parts from both to make something unique or just a complete vehicle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    1969 Mustang Coupe (in the basement waiting to be restored)
    1969 Mustang Mach I (in the basement waiting to be restored)
    And I thought I had a lot of junk in my basement. ;)
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    The coupe will be a bit of a restomod since it is just a plain generic 302 auto. I am the original owner. I have considered making it a clone 428 CJ like the one in this picture. (this is exactly how mine looks minus the CJ). The Mach I will probably be a stock restoration as it is a fairly unique color combination. New Lime with a white interior. It has 351 4v, auto, disc brakes.
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    Awesome. Have fun with that.
    I know just enough to be dangerous, but don't tell my wife, she thinks I'm a genius. :D

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    2003 Mazda 6s with 43k miles on it

    I've read this entire thread and I don't think I saw another person who owned a Mazda?!?
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    We actually don't approve of Mazda owners. Not quite sure how you slipped through. ;)

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    Three of my friends own Mazdas (a 6, a 3, and a CX7), they seem happy with them.
    If you will it, dude, it is no dream.

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    Default both Fords

    2005 Mustang convertible (wife drives daily)
    2006 Ford E-150 (shelved out in back - my work van)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jstas View Post
    Then again, everybody would probably think my truck looks stupid in it's current condition with the black steel wheels, center caps and trim rings. So maybe I'm the odd one out.
    Quote Originally Posted by edbert View Post
    I will have to post up the newest pic of my ride later. I got rid of my rims and tires(they were wearing too fast, and went back to black steelies and slightly larger than stock tires(I got a screaming deal on them). My wife hates it, but I think it looks cool.
    You can't go wrong with black steelies. They let people know that you mean business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -justin- View Post
    04 Sti ;)
    Do I see this ride toolin' around in Towson?
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    My 2 daily drivers are;
    94 Acura Legend GS - My wife took this car over when she started working, so now it looks like crap. I think i'm going to rebuild it to it's former glory. (the picture is before the new dents and with the snow tires on).

    03 Dodge Durango - got this one becuase they were giving them away when the new body style came out (got it for $6k under sticker with some extras). (sorry, no photo).

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    91 BMW 850i - currently with 50k miles on it. Got it with only 32k.
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    Niiiiice BMW. I'm jealous. :p

    Isn't that the one with the V10 or V12?
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    there are some nice cars here...

    i drive a Audi TT at the moment, but its getting old!:o

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    oh i forgot to mention its a 2000 year 180q

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    audiobliss,
    It has a v12. The 840 was an 8. It's really not the fastest thing in the world, but it pulls all the way (at least up to about the 120 I got to on the Merrit Parkway). I timed it 0-60 in 6.7 seconds (it weighs over 4000lbs). But stomp on it at 60 and you're still pushed back into your seat. And it's extreamly comfortable. Soft seats and a soft ride.

    Mine was the first year it came to the US, but if you want more power, go for the later years. I believe it went from 300hp (mine) up to 372hp for the most powerful one.
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    Just traded in a 2003 Mazda 6s V6, Sepang Green, Appearance Package, Lower Fogs..I loved that car.

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    2012 Audi S4. About 10k miles on it right now. Supercharged V6 sucks some gas, but it's a joy to drive.



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    Not my actual car, but the same damn thing...

    Too lazy to go outside and take my own pic.
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    My current daily driver:

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    Daily driver is a 600 rwhp SRT10

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    M/Benz S550 and Toyota Voxy. Quick snap shot of my old 745i too. Love fun cars. 22s stainless/black wheels sitting nice and tucked in.
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