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Topic # 71763 16-Nov-2010 19:00
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Just a fun thread to see what you all drive.

I will go first:

1996 Holden Commodore Executive
3.8L V6 (installing a 185kw V8 engine over the summer)
17" ROH mags, powder coated white

Plan to lower her over the next few weeks, still trying to decide on what ride height I want to go with. 
What are your guys thoughts?

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  Reply # 405496 16-Nov-2010 19:01
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hmm kind squished the first pic. not sure how to fix :(

link to photo here:

BDFL - Memuneh
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  Reply # 405502 16-Nov-2010 19:12
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  Reply # 405504 16-Nov-2010 19:13
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Some old red Japanese thing. I only use it for occasional trips out of town.

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  Reply # 405508 16-Nov-2010 19:23
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Any pictures?

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  Reply # 405512 16-Nov-2010 19:39
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My 1996 MR2 and my brothers 2006 350GT.

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  Reply # 405516 16-Nov-2010 19:48
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I have a 2001 Hyundai Elantra.. It goes OK..

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  Reply # 405518 16-Nov-2010 19:56
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Looks exactly like this, however I will take a picture when I'm back home, in the city at the moment.

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  Reply # 405521 16-Nov-2010 20:10

freitasm: I drive a Chrysler PT Cruiser.

I thought thats your wifes?

I drive a Bright Red 2004 Subaru Impreza 

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  Reply # 405526 16-Nov-2010 20:20
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Series II 1999 Holden Commodore

R33 1994 Nissan Skyline

My Wheels x 2

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  Reply # 405532 16-Nov-2010 20:25
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Some quality rides here!

My Commodore used to be my daily runner, but since getting a company car I am able to spend more money improving her!

If this thread is still alive I will be posting pics and updates on the project!

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  Reply # 405533 16-Nov-2010 20:26
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I suppose one thing to add would be what you most like about your car?

I love the power of my car, the brilliant Diablo Red and the way it always makes me smile when I drive it!

I can't wait till I get the V8 in it! 290HP at the wheels!!!

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  Reply # 405535 16-Nov-2010 20:28
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Well I used to drive a 2007 Ford Ranger, until some low life stole it on Friday night!! Police have found it as a burn out wreck...

Not sure what I'll get now. 


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  Reply # 405545 16-Nov-2010 20:58
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I am saving up for a Chrysler 300, and would like to put machine guns and of course wmc win7, also  the meanest surround sound speakers and can not forget the game pad. Logitech Dual Action Rumble. Wink

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  Reply # 405558 16-Nov-2010 21:27
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Mine = BMW e34

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  Reply # 405563 16-Nov-2010 21:37
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Another one for Altezza. In my case, the sport wagon Gita. 2 litre v6 in-line auto. Very smooth drive & the better build quality associated with Lexus. Enough room for overnight bags & golf clubs or two Wink

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