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Posted 6/13/13

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Nice Transformers plate. And, eh, it doesn't need a bath that badly. Builds character.



Thanks! It's kind of fun living in a state that doesn't use front plates, I get to make a bunch of my own instead.
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I've got a few myself.
Daily driver's a 92 Saturn SC2 (zzzzzzz) and a 92 GMC 3500 Rally Van (think 15 passenger "church bus" van) to pull my toy:


a 2000 GMC Sonoma with a 406 sbc and a 4 speed.
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feels like i just did this.... 1992 Toyota Cressida w/1JZ-GTE swap, and bout $5k of other stuff... and the wife, 1995 Lexus SC400. w/ Sonico on the hood!! wish i had a pic, its Super Sonico in the white sexy nurse outfit (car is red). Vinyls come from animestickery.com.
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I have a 2001 Impala.

But i did have a Lincoln LS. One of the best cars I have ever had, but trust me DON'T GET ONE!!! Unless you're rich, and have money you want to blow.
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I live in a city where driving tends to be expensive and inefficient, so no car for me.
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Posted 6/28/13

axewolf wrote:

1993 Honda Prelude but thinking about trading in for a Nismo Nissan 370z


That's one hell of an upgrade, if you get the 370z can I drive it? lol



sillyriri wrote:

I live in a city where driving tends to be expensive and inefficient, so no car for me.


Thanks to Top Gear I actually have some insight on driving in London and I get what you mean, I remember them mentioning some sort of ridiculous "congestion tax" you have to pay for driving through certain areas of the city. They even did a race from one end of the city to the other (west to city airport in the east) starting during rush hour between a car, guy on a bicycle, public transit, and a boat. If memory serves the order they arrived in was 1. Bicycle 2. Boat 3. public transit 4. car. Driving in any major metropolis is a pain so I can understand not having a car.
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I have a black 2013 chevy tahoe. Not the suburban just the regular LT size x3
I really love the car and my dad was nice enough to get it for me. It had 40k miles on it when i got it but I mean tahoes and other cars like it can take quite a few miles before they start to have any problems. It rides really well and is really comfortable so im not complaining^^
Plus it looks pretty dope if I do say so myself.
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Hyundai Sonata 2012. Have had it for a little over a year now only 4.5k miles on it lol. Needless to say i don't drive to much but still enjoy my car.
Posted 6/28/13

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Hyundai Sonata 2012. Have had it for a little over a year now only 4.5k miles on it lol. Needless to say i don't drive to much but still enjoy my car.




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TheMagicSpoon wrote:

Hyundai Sonata 2012. Have had it for a little over a year now only 4.5k miles on it lol. Needless to say i don't drive to much but still enjoy my car.


That's pretty outrageous, I have had my car for not even 6 months and I have put somewhere around 9.5K miles on it....
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I needed a cheap car, so I'm driving an '88 Grand Am with 95,000 miles on it. Hope I'll be able to upgrade in the future.
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ALL BLACK CADILLAC MIDNIGHT DRIVE
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Posted 6/28/13

thekevin4 wrote:


axewolf wrote:

1993 Honda Prelude but thinking about trading in for a Nismo Nissan 370z


That's one hell of an upgrade, if you get the 370z can I drive it? lol



sillyriri wrote:

I live in a city where driving tends to be expensive and inefficient, so no car for me.


Thanks to Top Gear I actually have some insight on driving in London and I get what you mean, I remember them mentioning some sort of ridiculous "congestion tax" you have to pay for driving through certain areas of the city. They even did a race from one end of the city to the other (west to city airport in the east) starting during rush hour between a car, guy on a bicycle, public transit, and a boat. If memory serves the order they arrived in was 1. Bicycle 2. Boat 3. public transit 4. car. Driving in any major metropolis is a pain so I can understand not having a car.


Yep, pretty much. The congestion charge is ~£8 per day and, despite the fact that it has helped a little, you're still really likely to get stuck in traffic. Then there's the problem of parking, which will also usually cost you far too much, if you can even find a spot. With an Oyster card, public transport is almost always cheaper- unless you're travelling from far enough out that you arguably aren't even in London anymore. Of course, it has its own problems, but saving money is my priority at the moment, so I can deal.

Personally, I'd really like to get using my bicycle, but in the areas I frequent there's very few places I could chain it up safely, which is obviously an issue.
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I'm 19 and don't have a license
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I don't have a license, so I'm saving up for "cool-ass whip". Hopefully I can get a 240SX.
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