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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyHAD View Post
    A Rolls Royce customized to look exactly like a 2001 Ford E250 cargo van.
    Thanks! Not only is there great wisdom in this remark, moreover now the day ends with a smile on my face!


    As for my preferred non-renewable fossil fueled mode of transportation, see here.

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    2007 VW Rabbit...






    I am finally getting the hang of resizing pictures!!
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    99% off the time I ride a motorcycle, but I have just picked up an old 97 GM Holden ute for picking up stuff I just can,t get on a bike, like a ton of firewood
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    1988 Ford Bronco II.

    Photo taken at my work when we had a 2ft snow storm rolling in. At then end of it all, she drove right on out the front gate in 4 High while my other 2 co-workers got stuck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyHAD View Post
    A Rolls Royce customized to look exactly like a 2001 Ford E250 cargo van.
    Funny. I had the same done to my Rolls, only I had it customized to look like an 89 Ford Bronco. My Bentley was customized to look like a 91 Plymouth Sundance!

    Funny the similarities of the people on this sight.

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    PT Cruiser... first newish car I've owned. Got it a year old on the used lot. Had practically no miles on it and only minor wear. Paid it off early and now have no car payment, woho.

    The turn radius on it is terrible but other than that I love it. It's a stick, which was one of my requirements, and has plenty of oomph when I need it. In my line of work (techie/consultant) I need the space but can't leave stuff in the bed of a truck so the back works out great The seats come out and the passenger front seat folds flat. I've hauled everything from a year's worth of recycled electronics to all the lumber, hardware and bags of cement for a new fence. Not at all a bad multitasker.


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    A 2005 BMW Z4 3 litre. My first sports car and I love it..!

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    Right now my mother in law's VW Sharan minivan, as my Audi A6 2.5TDI Quattro is getting a veeeery expensive re-built of the fuel pump....no more razors for me for a while....

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    1990 Nissan Maxima. Cost me $200 bucks. Roughly $800 in repairs over 2 years and 20,000. Can't beat that for value. However I'll need a new ride soon. Can't be seen at Cornell U. of all place driving a junker even if you are a student lol. There's one kid whose parents gave him an R8!

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    a 1988 Chevy Sportside (stepside). It was my employers "company truck". They drove it without oil, so when I bought it the rods were knocking and they thought it was toast. I gave 1000.00 for it and promplty had the engine rebuilt. It has a 4.3 liter v-6 with a 5 speed stick. I've put factory rallye wheels on it, a sound system in it (Pioneer head unit, Four 2 1/4 Infinity plates and a 10" Infinity woofer with a 1k watt amp), and tint. The truck has over 250,000 on it and it's still running, but alas the company is not.




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