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the post of the bikes got me thinking how about we post our cars?

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Guest Airfixer

I can already see you begging for the car keys...  :rofl:

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I drive a 2016 BMW X1, although I really miss my 06 Z4 that I had for awhile.  Needed something more practical, but definitely miss being able to put the top down on nicer days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matt 

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Guest Martinnfb

I am stronger than that. :)  

 

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Wow there are some nice rides in here

 

here is my car history

 

i started with a 1994 Swift GS midnight blue, sry no pics, really loved that little car had a punchy 4cyl 

 

then i got a 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier z24 it was an automatic my first and my last

 

from there i went German with my 2002 Golf GLS 

I really love that car but the previous owner had done such sins to it it caused me tons of problems

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When i got out of university it was time to retire the golf and i got this Brand new Mitsubishi lancer 2009.

Alt ought the best of the entry line JDM it really lacked in torque and handling.

 

Stock

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Moded

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But my love for German cars just would not go away, and i went and bought a 2012 GTI and to be honest i dont think i will ever go back.

Currently it as a APR stage 1 and Unitronic intake gettting it to about 275hp and 289lbs torque Manual of course

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Unexpectedly, my dad sold me his 113k kms 2004 bmw 325i that i have a strong plan to convert into a track car

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Guest Martinnfb

Lowered 1.5 inch front, 1 inch back. And yes, I am already in the process of developing new strategies how to get to my driveway over that vicious  curb :)

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Lowered 1.5 inch front, 1 inch back. And yes, I am already in the process of developing new strategies how to get to my driveway over that vicious  curb :)

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Martin, get a SUV,.....nooooo problem getting over those bumps...... :wicked: :wicked: :innocent:

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Guest Martinnfb

Martin, get a SUV,.....nooooo problem getting over those bumps...... :wicked: :wicked: :innocent:

 

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Guest Martinnfb

Jack, I believe you are absolutely right, SUV is the way to go, but for now we're rocking our family  minivan :)

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Jack, I believe you are absolutely right, SUV is the way to go, but for now we're rocking our family minivan :)

When I was 26 and single, I bought a new 97 Dodge Caravan. It was awesome for hauling 5 of us and our mountain bikes inside to the trails every weekend as well as car camping. It could even hit 150 (km/H :) ) on the highway. With a requisite tailwind.

 

Now I've got two kids and we're in a 09 Civic. The only way we'd get a minivan now is if either of our parents had to stop driving.

 

As for SUV, same thing but it would be a 4Runner.

 

Nice drop on the Mustang Martin by the way.

 

Carl

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Lowered 1.5 inch front, 1 inch back. And yes, I am already in the process of developing new strategies how to get to my driveway over that vicious curb :)

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3 bags of Quickcrete fixed my driveway issue.

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Guest Maxim

I'm seriously considering buying a Mustang now they are available in AUS.About 70K + gets you one. I still think my SRT will be quicker though but I want that performance feeling that only a car gives you.

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I think I have posted some of these, but here goes my attempt to offset all those Mustangs:

 

1999 Firehawk: LS-1 360hp V8, 6-sp, Bilstein suspension

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2010 Camaro SS/RS L99 w/auto and flipper shifting. Bit different now with aftermarket hood, splitter front, new exhaust system; about 450 hp

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1968 Vette, L68 427/400hp engine. Restored interior and complete re-wire, re-built flipup headlights, ton of work. Up for sale now.

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1987 Gemballa Cirrus. Rare car, only 15 of these conversions made. Going to sell it after some cosmetic improvements. Like Vettes better.

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My baby: 1967 Vette L71 427/435 engine, 4-spd.

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