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Old 08-18-03, 01:38 PM   #46 (permalink)
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So basically you didn't have to work one hour for that money. My bad mommy and daddy didn't buy it your uncle did. Sorry I stand corrected. Also I could care less what you got in your hand me down car. So your still a spoiled punk snip3r. Try working for a living then spend that on your car. Remember you opened your big mouth first.
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Old 08-18-03, 01:44 PM   #47 (permalink)
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Here you go. Here is a reciept from Audio X, where I purchased my gear. Now, quite being a jackass. Don't cast aspersions about people you don't know, as you have no idea what I have, what I paid, or anything else. All you are doing to trying to come off as some type of expert, when all you are really doing is comming off as a jackass (in case that gets starred out, it is another name for a donkey).

You may have to enlarge this somehow. I don't know how to do that.

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Stretch & Snip3r,
Cool it guys. If you have opinions, express them, but leave the namecalling and belittling for the playground.
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Stretch & Snip3r,
Cool it guys. If you have opinions, express them, but leave the namecalling and belittling for the playground.
Well said Linds. Yikes, this is supposed to be a thread for showing off vehicles, not slamming people for what they have and how they paid for it.
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LOL sheesh... anything can get hostile in here eh?

I drive a silver 2000 Cougar... sweet ride that I am VERY happy with thus far

I wish I could say that I pay for it by selling my body... but I can't
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I drive a wagon... =( It's an '84 AMC Eagle (thirty series). In the process of making it into something different right now... just changed the tires from a 195-70-15 size to 215-75-15's and they BARELY clear the wheel-well. Since it's a 4WD I'm planning some dramatic remodeling. Hope to post pics soon... but then again, you guys would probably laugh!
(My first car was an '85 Camaro... now that I miss!)
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Old 08-18-03, 04:02 PM   #52 (permalink)
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I just bought my new car, a focus 2003 140hp. It's not a racing car, but very inexpensive on gaz! I also drive a nissan nx se twincam and a pontiac tansport v6 3.8l. Those 2 are my parents but when you have reptiles, you're bound to need a van to move them!. I use to have a century 91 v3 3.5l. Ugly model but powerful motor. Always like to show those civic fans an old buick makes them bite the dust.
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Old 08-18-03, 04:38 PM   #53 (permalink)
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I drive a chevy S10 pick up...... Ita a first generation and it has a 355 stuffed under the hood....... Close to 400 horse to the ground....... Not too bad....... My race machine is a quad...... It is a 400 ex with about 10 grand put into it....... It was bored out to a 440 then stroked to a 505...... Grinded , ported, and polished...... 49mm carb..... Ohlin shocks all the way around....... 2in over a-arms and 4in over durablue axle....... Bead lock rims with a set of razrs......... Blue full bore plastics with NACS racing graphics........ The bike is sick........ Eats up Banshees and Raptors........ Z400s are eating dust too.....LOL...... And I am in the midle of building a chopper........ I have a T-Rex frame with a 43 degree rake and a 230 rear........ I am waiting for my 120ci rev tech engine......
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Gregg...i would love to see the pics of the T-Rex...i love those things...very cool What does a frame for one of those cost if you dont mind me asking? Ive been to the web site, but was under the impression that i could only buy the stuff complete. There is only one dealer in Canada that im aware of, and they are far from me. To be honest, ive never seen a real one but i am in love with them, and wouldnt mind building one myself if you could give me some info, thanks
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OK don't laugh, I drive a Pontiac Sunbird, and a Honda Nighthawk. The only way I would win race with either of them is because I am crazier than the other driver! haha.
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Hey Shane.....
I will send you all the info you need...... Just give me a couple of days...... There are a few dealer upstate NY....... Not far from you guys....... The frames go from 2 grand to around 6 grand...... Depends on what stage roller you get....... The more stuff on it the more money you pay......I will post pics when more of it is built...... It aint much to look at yet....LOL..... Later bro....
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I drive a '96 Nissan Sentra... it has no tits... I like to pretend I'm rally racing around the backroads around my place... but again it has no tits... and I'm too poor to be able to afford any worthwhile mods One day I hope to be driving a Subaru WRX... unfortunately by the time its ready to race its a half million bucks... so I'll keep dreaming....lol Maybe one day I'll be able to afford at least an factory model

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I drive: 1992 Dodge Stealth RT:



That is an old pic, it now has brand new black leather on the seats

1998 Black Dodge Dakota club cab 4x4 (No pic)

1979 Corvette (getting restored!):



That's it

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me? im scowering auctions nad newspaper adds for something that is old and catches my eye because i relalywant a long restoration project for the time i get get my drivers derivers non-prohabitionary license (18)
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