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Posted 12/27/09

AWDfreak wrote:


hallowed-sharingan wrote:

my dream car is a red hummer h3 with crome wheels letaer appulstry two dropdown tvs a gps huge speakers surounds sound






red - high insurance rates

Hummer H3 - belongs off-road, otherwise a waste

chrome wheels - lame, overplayed, and oversized ones are pointless since they worsen ride quality and significantly increase weight and decrease fuel efficiency

leather upholstery - bleh, cold in the winter, hot in the summer, only real advantage is water resistant. Other than that, it just allows me to slip and slide sideways when I drive

dropdown TVs - only for the passengers, but overplayed

GPS - for those who need easy directions, but I prefer a good old fashioned paper map

huge speakers - if it's quantity you want, bleh. I prefer a good blend of quality and quantity in terms of output

surround sound - my dad's old Tacoma had that


And my hatred train of posts continues...


LMAO...nice post.

Im not a big fan of SUVs...especially hummers and its drivers who think being behind the wheel of one gives them baller status.

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Posted 12/27/09

Havoc_360 wrote:


AWDfreak wrote:


hallowed-sharingan wrote:

my dream car is a red hummer h3 with crome wheels letaer appulstry two dropdown tvs a gps huge speakers surounds sound






red - high insurance rates

Hummer H3 - belongs off-road, otherwise a waste

chrome wheels - lame, overplayed, and oversized ones are pointless since they worsen ride quality and significantly increase weight and decrease fuel efficiency

leather upholstery - bleh, cold in the winter, hot in the summer, only real advantage is water resistant. Other than that, it just allows me to slip and slide sideways when I drive

dropdown TVs - only for the passengers, but overplayed

GPS - for those who need easy directions, but I prefer a good old fashioned paper map

huge speakers - if it's quantity you want, bleh. I prefer a good blend of quality and quantity in terms of output

surround sound - my dad's old Tacoma had that


And my hatred train of posts continues...


LMAO...nice post.

Im not a big fan of SUVs...especially hummers and its drivers who think being behind the wheel of one gives them baller status.



I'm not a fan of SUVs not being used correctly.

This is how an SUV should be treated:




...aaaand this is how NOT to treat an SUV:

Posted 12/28/09
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Posted 12/28/09

AWDfreak wrote:


hallowed-sharingan wrote:

my dream car is a red hummer h3 with crome wheels letaer appulstry two dropdown tvs a gps huge speakers surounds sound






red - high insurance rates

Hummer H3 - belongs off-road, otherwise a waste

chrome wheels - lame, overplayed, and oversized ones are pointless since they worsen ride quality and significantly increase weight and decrease fuel efficiency

leather upholstery - bleh, cold in the winter, hot in the summer, only real advantage is water resistant. Other than that, it just allows me to slip and slide sideways when I drive

dropdown TVs - only for the passengers, but overplayed

GPS - for those who need easy directions, but I prefer a good old fashioned paper map

huge speakers - if it's quantity you want, bleh. I prefer a good blend of quality and quantity in terms of output

surround sound - my dad's old Tacoma had that


And my hatred train of posts continues...


and this is why it is 'his' dream car

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Posted 12/28/09
Ferrari F430 (or even 360 Modena) with 6 speed manual as a weekend toy.

It has enough power. It has enough speed and handling. Sweet on the track and few vehicles can match the superlative "rahh rahh!" soundtrack that the marvelous V8 offers.

Sure there are faster, more powerful, more expensive, more exclusive, better handling vehicles out there, but this car hits a decisive sweet spot and visceral thrill that few other motorized carriages can match without some other great compromise or serious aftermarket work.

Man, I'm sounding like a car magazine ...
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Posted 12/30/09

nechronius wrote:

Ferrari F430 (or even 360 Modena) with 6 speed manual as a weekend toy.

It has enough power. It has enough speed and handling. Sweet on the track and few vehicles can match the superlative "rahh rahh!" soundtrack that the marvelous V8 offers.

Sure there are faster, more powerful, more expensive, more exclusive, better handling vehicles out there, but this car hits a decisive sweet spot and visceral thrill that few other motorized carriages can match without some other great compromise or serious aftermarket work.

Man, I'm sounding like a car magazine ...


Only italian cars can produce such a musical exhaust note that sounds so heavenly...
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Posted 12/30/09

AWDfreak wrote:


Havoc_360 wrote:


AWDfreak wrote:


hallowed-sharingan wrote:

my dream car is a red hummer h3 with crome wheels letaer appulstry two dropdown tvs a gps huge speakers surounds sound






red - high insurance rates

Hummer H3 - belongs off-road, otherwise a waste

chrome wheels - lame, overplayed, and oversized ones are pointless since they worsen ride quality and significantly increase weight and decrease fuel efficiency

leather upholstery - bleh, cold in the winter, hot in the summer, only real advantage is water resistant. Other than that, it just allows me to slip and slide sideways when I drive

dropdown TVs - only for the passengers, but overplayed

GPS - for those who need easy directions, but I prefer a good old fashioned paper map

huge speakers - if it's quantity you want, bleh. I prefer a good blend of quality and quantity in terms of output

surround sound - my dad's old Tacoma had that


And my hatred train of posts continues...


LMAO...nice post.

Im not a big fan of SUVs...especially hummers and its drivers who think being behind the wheel of one gives them baller status.



I'm not a fan of SUVs not being used correctly.

This is how an SUV should be treated:




...aaaand this is how NOT to treat an SUV:



Chrome...stick on fender eblems, altezza taillights are the tackiest shiit anyone can ever do on any car, truck or suv...

Money does not equal sense of taste.
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Posted 1/8/10
Would love an Ariel Atom.
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My dream car is a Skyline R-34.
My favorite car is the Nissan Silvia S15.

Nissan all the way!! <3
Posted 2/7/10
Chrysler ME 412, Koenigsegg CCX, or a Pagani Zonda F
Posted 2/9/10
I have too many to name but a Ferrari F40, Pagani Zonda R, or a Porsche GT3 R. Any of those would be more than enough to keep me happy.
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Posted 2/13/10 , edited 2/16/10
I have a preference to own two.

A good solid truck, like an F150 4wd.

And honestly, if you have ever driven a 911 you understand the famous line "Porsche, there is no substitute". The 911 is very simply one of the finest drivers cars made. I have a preference for the mid eighties ones, but here is a pic of a mid 00 Porsche 911 GT3 996 that is drool worthy too.

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omfg nice !! i love the yellow car i lik orange and yellow cars nice i lov e it
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Posted 3/19/10
A black and red dodge viper acr-x
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Posted 3/24/10

TheRealMike wrote:

A black and red dodge viper acr-x


That right there, sir, is Mopar sex on wheels.

Thank goodness the Viper only comes with a proper, MANual transmission
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