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Old 12-18-2002, 11:42 AM
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Hey MK2MR2. I love Supras. They are Supra sexy...my fave jap car. I wouldn't say no to a Supra daily driver!!

I drive my Deuce for fun




I also have an Oldsmobile which I will be selling soon. I used the olds while building the '32.



I also have a company car daily driver. It's an Audi A4 turbo diesel.

My wife has a.....er.......Honda Civic, VTi's 180 bhp. But, dont worry I blow the *** of her in my Deuce. She also likes driving the '32!!

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Old 12-18-2002, 12:29 PM
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daily driver is a 69 ford falcon with a straight six 200--with 2.5 inch exhaust with glasspacks--its a granny car all the chrome is shaved off and its soon to be flat black--i drive it in the snow and rain and all of that--shes a trooper
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Old 12-18-2002, 01:43 PM
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My daily driver is a 2001 GMC Extended Cab 4x4 with the 5.3 and leather.

Wifes driver.....for mileage purposes is a 2002 Trans AM....hehehe 28 mpg on the freeway at 70mph turning 1800 rpms....

Toy - 69 Firebird with a 70 .060 over 455. Appears all original except for custom hood scoop, guages, and shifter.....my 10.5 second street car.....
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Old 12-18-2002, 01:50 PM
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JEEEEES!
Seeing what some of you guys drive as "dailys" is making me jealous!! It also makes me realize that I am desperately in need of my own project!!!

I drive a 94 Nissan Sentra 4 dr. it used to be my wifes but she got a Tacoma. It was around the same time I sold my dream car... It was a 1964 Valiant Convertable w/ Slant6 and a FACTORY four on the floor!! a very rare combo (they did nothing to cover the big empty space on the dash where the button shifts would have been...)Once I get myself decently employed again I will be in the market for a new daily and my own project (a guy can only go so far helping with his dads project)

For dailys I am hoping to get a well equipped 94ish Cadillac DeVille or 96 Olds 98, I feel both cars would look cool with slightly bigger wheels and a little low..

For projects right now I am in love with the following and any one of them would make me happy. I live in CA. and old cars are easy to come by if you have the $$, but I dont!!
1968 Imapla (not the fast back)
1972 Buick Sportwagon (I have seen some buick wagons that had that "olds custom cruiser" roof window)
1967 Cadillac Deville "75" this is the one that was also used to make limos, but it was sold as an 8 passenger sedan too
1964 Lincoln Continental- 4dr

My wife also has a project car that she owned since she was 16, right now it is has been in storage for 15 years and only gets driven occasionally. It is a 1960 Mercedes 190sl. Yes I know..its not american, but I have new respect for german autos after driving this thing!! Of course I will have to split my priorities between her car and mine.
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Old 12-18-2002, 01:53 PM
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Isn't it amazing!The Brits the only one with a hot rod.
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dmorris it just seems that you and a couple other people are the only ones that "don't belive me" when i actually know you belive me but you're just jealouse because my car is ALOT faster than yours. But hey that's alright I'm cool w/ that. I don't really mind that you are sitting at home pissed of that a 19 year old kid has a faster car than you
(paid less for it to)

P.S.- If I'm 100% full of ***** then why do you belive 10% of what I say. That means you belive 10% of *****.. Looks like someone needs to go back to 3rd grade Math

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Old 12-18-2002, 03:09 PM
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WOW!!!! YOU'RE A FRIGGIN GENIOUS!!!!!!
Bring it on there queer boy, a picture is worth a thousand words. Or better yet how about a couple of pictures. Hey maybe you could borrow some pictures from HRK, he has some good ones.
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hanging head low......85 ford bronco II.....wife's.....94 beretta.....and her project car......91 mustang LX 4 banger....sheeeesh....talking about feeling sheepish........ :o
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My winter driver and all round work and play is a 68 Ford Bronco Half Cab. I'm 2nd owner since 1987, and its still ticking along with a sweet running 289. Just got back from a 30 day, 5000 miles hunting trip and it just purred like a kitten. Course my back maybe complaining a bit. My summer driver for fun is a 36 Ford 5WC with a mild Heart Beat for power. Now if Santa will bring me a digital camera and I can figure out how to do the tricks, I'll post some pics of these and other projects completed!!

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Old 12-18-2002, 05:47 PM
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my daily driver is my yellow elky .my projects are my 53 chevy and a 67 malibu wagon,i will be picking up soon.
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Old 12-18-2002, 05:59 PM
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my daily driver is a 86 buick somerset with a quad4. i have a 68 camaro in the shop and my weekend car is a hugger orange 69 camaro (see avatar) it runs mid 13's. its pretty much stock
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My wife drives the fancy car in the family, a '63 olds super 88 fiesta wagon. 394ci, auto, power steering and seats. she loves it!! I bought off ebay for $1750.00 and drove it home.
I get to drive an '00 nissan frontier. but when summer gets here I get to drive one of two motorcycles. '77 kz650 or '81 goldwing.
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Old 12-18-2002, 08:20 PM
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I drive a 91 VW Jetta Diesel, non turbo. 50-60 MPG is pretty addicting for commuting.

Recently my Dad just gave me his pride and joy, he's getting on in years (81) and wants me to take care of it and drive it. I helped him pick it out and he has loved that car since he got it, I do too!

What is it?

A 94 Taurus SHO Titanium blue, 4 dr...loaded...leather, premium JBL sound the works. You could say I got the Christmas present every man dreams of, she needs a few parts (water pump, cam sensor, thermostat, rad) but otherwise it is mint with only 160 000Km.

Dad says I need to travel in style, I say never disagree with your father. Thanks Dad, she's in capable hands. <img src="graemlins/drool.gif" border="0" alt="[drool]" /> You know I don't think the car has ever seen more than half throttle since my Dad has owned it (except those times I borrowed it ...), we might have to blow out the accumulated carbon out of her this weekend <img src="graemlins/mwink.gif" border="0" alt="[mwink]" /> . See? there is a Santa!

Anyone want to see a pic of Chucky's new ride?
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Old 12-19-2002, 12:41 PM
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you're lookin at it.

to death2: why would someone with a hotrod camaro pick a road runner as his avatar?

to maddsyntist: why are YOU LIEING by telling everyone HRK sold his '56 Ford pick up to YOU?? HE SOLD IT TO ME!!!!

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just thinking about HRK, and the latest issues with the board, and thought we might want to congratulate mynameizcarlos for getting past his initial troubles with the site, and starting a topic that quite a few people have enjoyed. any seconds on the motion? (not that he should get ahead of himself, but positive reward for positive action is always good)
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