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Guest blck

This is mine...altough its not my car but the same type....

 

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A fiat black Panda with orange and red details...A really enjoyable and functional car, and I pumped it up a little more so its a wolf in sheeps clothes, heh . I love it...altough everybody tends to disagree with me, but that's their problem isn't it?

 

And speaking of wheels. I recently bought myself a spokepov kit for my bike. You can order yourself one here.

 

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This is a pic of the installed spokepov. The image is a default one. I'll (hopefully) create some custom designs this weekend.

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Guest Liquidpope

Cash68, is that the parking lot at The Gobbler?

Did you ever get to go inside there?

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Guest A-Line

Finally picked up the new bike on Saturday:

 

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It feels like its been a year since I ordered it, but it was December, which I guess is almost half a year ago...

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Lovely, wish I could ride now but some jerks stole my scooter (also a Honda).. the weather is getting better and better, can't wait to ride around again (rather slowly ;) ).

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Guest Arvin
Here's my 2 wheeled ride:

 

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My 4 wheeled Turbo ride:

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And my trusty daily driver:

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Nice! I love seeing a clean FD

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Guest shaun

hey ppl, nice rides

 

here is a pic of mine. just a toyota but as you can see it serves a purpose!!

 

cheers

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Guest TrueBlue

I'll jump in here as well.

 

Daily Driver is a Chrysler 300M, styling on these is lovely:

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Project is a '68 Mustang fastback, 302, Holley 4-bbl, 5-speed (yes, 5 :D ) - gets about 22 to the gallon right now and runs a mid-14 quarter. Always wanted one when I was a kid.

 

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Current car...Mitsubishi Mirage...and my future car (currently saving for)...Mitsubishi Evo!

And yes...the car is on a race track...Mount Panorama to be exact...V8 Endurance race held in Bathurst, NSW each year.

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Guest speedworx

nice cars guy here are some pics of mine in the trac and street

 

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my car at sebring

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and here a pic of the WRC mexico with atkingson subaru FTW

me atkingson and friend

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Guest R.B

Finally ditched the old saab 9000 after the head gasket was about to go, again, at 150K odd miles and some change.

 

Replaced with a 2000 Saab 95 Aero, scarab green apparently, and only the 2.3L turbo, but that's plenty more balls than I need. Certainly got a good work out from the warranty though, as the engine computer had to be replaced, the alarm siren, neutral safety switch, turbo air in take hose and a few other cosmetic things.

 

Weird set of options though, got the premium package pretty much, but doesn't have the heated or vented seats, no rear wiper and most annoying, no dash ashtray, as that's where I dropped my mp3 player usually.

 

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Like I had said previously, new rims were in the future, and here they are:

 

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Wrapped in some Bridgestone RE070s, the factory tire for the STi. I had AA traction yokohamas before, and the bridgestones are only A traction, but whatever...they stick great. :)

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