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Should you switch cars?
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27 / M / Oklahoma
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Posted 4/6/08
thats one ugly Civic.
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27 / M
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Posted 4/6/08
^ lulz

your current > your dream imo
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28 / M / Philly
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Posted 4/6/08
ooo kool yo thanks for the info!!! lol there always more room to learn! i don't know too much about it o yea i heard of sumthing called the "beam" motor or something that sounds like it! you ever heard of it?
Posted 4/7/08
Its your choice . you can choose and not .

Anyway , i think your original car is better ...

Maybe you shouldn't heed a words from a kid , but this is just a advice .
Posted 4/7/08
I drive a shitty 1991 Civic DX, lots of underbody and panel rust, I have sanded down and repainted what I could but it will be in a junkyard in no time. Its stock, D16A engine. 97 horsepower 53 torque? I think.. forget. Not worth Dynoing.

Future Car? I hope to save up enough for a Skyline R32 GT-R. If I end up having to pay buttloads of cash for college, marriage or child support bills, than I'll probably just get a 240sx or something cheap and go with easy mods like that. I'd love to get a 180sx and do an S14 or S15 (13.5) headlight conversion.
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toanster wrote:

ooo kool yo thanks for the info!!! lol there always more room to learn! i don't know too much about it o yea i heard of sumthing called the "beam" motor or something that sounds like it! you ever heard of it?


All that is, is a 3sge motor thats high compression and non turbo from the factory.
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31 / M / penang malaysia
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Posted 4/7/08
i definitely get the 88 corolla gts...

toyota is the no.1 most durable vehicle in nihon

i always wanted the 88 corrola gts..

aahhh sweet tofu of mount haruna !!!

in my country the corolla gts cost almos $15,000

it's already been consider as an antique :ph34r:

further more nihon car maintainence cost really2 cheap
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27 / M
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Posted 4/7/08
i have a 92 prelude right now. Its fun to drive, but too many problems w/ it, like rust, and suspension problems..
~ i'm looking to get something family oriented for the future, yet still sporty.... right now i'm thinking Subaru WRX STI.. 4 door, roomy, and still a beast.
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28 / M / Philly
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Posted 4/7/08

lasthope05 wrote:


toanster wrote:

ooo kool yo thanks for the info!!! lol there always more room to learn! i don't know too much about it o yea i heard of sumthing called the "beam" motor or something that sounds like it! you ever heard of it?


All that is, is a 3sge motor thats high compression and non turbo from the factory.


wow dude you know alot about mr2! you ever worked on a car or anything? maybe we can chat a lil more about mr2
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Posted 4/7/08
I just know a little something something. After my buddy got his MR2 I started reading up alot about them. My and my buddies actually work on cars for a living. I mostly specialize in DSMs but I work on pretty much anything. My friend worked at JDM Exchange for a while so he knows alot about the jdm scene and hondas and such.
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29 / M / Hawaii
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I'm currently rolling a 93 GS-R. It is a high mileage case and the body gots some rust but i rebuilt the motor ,some, it hopes of selling it for about as much as i bought it. I'm buying my Aunt's 2003 Civic LX in a few months for dirt cheap which i plan to turn around and sell for about 10k.

I'd love something luxury now. I have been looking at BMW 5 Series. If not that maybe a TSX or TL. Hopefully by my 21st birthday I will have something of the sort
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28 / M / Philly
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Posted 4/8/08

lasthope05 wrote:

I just know a little something something. After my buddy got his MR2 I started reading up alot about them. My and my buddies actually work on cars for a living. I mostly specialize in DSMs but I work on pretty much anything. My friend worked at JDM Exchange for a while so he knows alot about the jdm scene and hondas and such.


do you own a shop or do yall jsut do it for fun?!?!
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