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    So basically whats everyone currently driving lets see some pics, to get it started here is a link to my current car some pics.

    its a 1996 Ford Probe GT 2.5L Manual 5 speed link coming back once license plate is removed
    Last edited by pestilence619; February 3, 2013, 04:00 PM.

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    http://image.torrent-invites.com/ima...494798851.jpeg
    http://image.torrent-invites.com/ima...574798843.jpeg
    http://image.torrent-invites.com/ima...684798832.jpeg

    2011 dodge challenger RT

    This is the result of my parents bribing me to not go out of state for college... I ain't complaining :D

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      92 Bmw 325i , M50 engine -non vanos, Black on with black interior.

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        2004 E46 M3

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          Nice ride, I love the dual exhaust on those cars

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            Originally posted by slickbmw View Post
            Nice ride, I love the dual exhaust on those cars
            Thanks dude, drinks fuel like there's no tomorrow but I absolutely love driving it!

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              Here is mine, Toyota Caldina 2006, had quite a lot of TRD options in it when I bought the car which is always nice:



              Any other Caldina owners here?

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                Im drivin a ford cougar from 1998.
                Pictures will come later tonight ;)

                Any other ford driver or fans here?

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                  Hmmm don't think mine is even worth a picture! I drive a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited with 160,000 Miles in a 318cu in V-8. Gets 18MPG

                  But it runs flawless and it gets me from home to work and back so

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                    Originally posted by NocturnalDream View Post
                    Thanks dude, drinks fuel like there's no tomorrow but I absolutely love driving it!
                    got to love the M3's they always produce a good car whats the MPG when running fast?

                    Ill find a picture of my Civic and post it soon

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                      97 R33 GT-ST modified to produce 300rwhp.

                      http://image.torrent-invites.com/images/274IMG_0082.jpg
                      http://image.torrent-invites.com/images/587IMG_0080.jpg


                      Btw nice probe pestilence619. Got a mate who has a 94 probe with a jdm engine swap.

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                        Im not heavily into cars so mines unmodified but im currently running a 2007 Civic type-R, although next year im expecting to upgrade to a Vauxhall Zafira

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                          2004 Turbo Mazda Miata
                          225whp/230wtq ~2300 lbs



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                            I drive a 2010 Ford Fusion SEL 2.4 I4. bought it for 16k flat in december 2010, and it only had 14,599.5 miles. Not a bad deal really. I could have gotten a 3.0 V6 with a sunroof for the same price, but the is actually pretty strong for an I4, and it gets 42 average on the highway if I drive 60mph with windows down. I've gotten up to 48 with a tail wind. Not bad choice IMO, gas was only $2.69/gal when I bought it. Not now. Very dependable car, no troubles at all now at 40.6k miles. I did extensive research and found out Ford vehicles made in a factory in Mexico have a very solid reputation (Ford Fusion/Lincoln MKZ). Don't get me wrong, Ford's come a long way from Found On Road Dead or Fix or Repair Daily, but the one's made in Mexico have dependability that is up there with foreign cars like Acura, Lexus, and Volkswagen.

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                              1988 Fiero GT

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