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What do you drive?

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by __pg, Jan 5, 2009.

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  1. __pg Digital Ninja

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    That citröen is awesome!

    Sounds about like me, but I'm working my fingers to the bone for a prancing horse. :) Got any pics of this Bentley?
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  2. cajuntitan 26.2ers can do it for hrs

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    Louisiana doesn't require a front plate either, but Texas does. Just in case you wanted to know?

    I'm boring I drive a 2005 Ford Explorer, but my favorite mode of transportation is...

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  3. Smash Soccer God

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    Peugeot 107

    Cheap and fun car - and cheap to drive! (At least the gas prices is increasing in America, so you'll learn do drive European cars - fun and economical).

    Haven't got any great pics with the alloy rims though.

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    Been playing around with getting some stripes on it and perhaps lower it a bit.
    It's all photoshop... - could be something like this (add the rims to it)
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  4. __pg Digital Ninja

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    Man that think looks fun! I like where your going with the all black and red rim tape! :) I wish we'd get all those manufacturers here: Peugeot, Renault, Fiat, etc... they all have such fun little cars!
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    I would not touch a Renault if you gave me one. Just as soon have a Yugo.

    Fiat, possibly. I have no idea why US market does not have these micro cars, other than they would poach more profitable auto sales. Pretty sure that is only reason they are not sold here.

    I expect the Tata to be brought here only because they have no reason NOT to sell them in the US.

    FWIW I had a Subaru Sherpa while in Australia and it was a blast and got 55+mpg as well. Gotta love living in the desert with a car with no AC. Only possible because 99% of destinations were only 5 mins from anywhere else in town.
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    We have a 2005 Honda Accord and a 1997 Toyota Camry.
  6. Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    22" wheels on a 67 mustang? I hope that's a joke. Even the pink part doesn't sound as bad as the 22" wheels. Hideous.
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    Smash, making the pictures huge does NOT make your car look bigger!! :ha:

    Also your plate is showing in the first picture ;)

    My vehicles (no pictures sorry):
    2003 Audi A4
    1990 Audi 80
  8. The Mrs Crush on Casey Starbucks!

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    Dude, that car would fit in my purse! There's no way I could drive something that small. The obnoxious Southerner in me dictates that I drive big 'ol trucks and cars. I'd roll with a gun rack and loaded rifle in the Hummer if it was still leagal!
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    Here they're resized to fit the page?
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