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hmm, I haven't planned any mods yet...I have to replace the front left control arm, break light circuit switch and have to tighten the rear stabilizer bar as its loose and kinda noisy... Also need to change the oil and fix the lighting...Side markers aren't wired right..after I get to doing all of that I'll start thinking about mods XD...its already lightly modded anyways though...new chip, lightweight rims, Drilled and slotted rotors, UUC exaust, CAI...


Havoc_360 wrote:

Nice e36...what planned mods you have for it. I see the ACS ebrake handle.


Thaiche wrote:

Finally got my M3 back from the shop ~.~ man they did a good job on it....and that kid who is saying he owns a testarossa is a fktard....especially saying hes 16 and getting it from his stepdad, I mean what stepdad really cares about his stepson..he should stop dreaming.....but you know how lil kids are, they like to BS to impress older people =| even if they don't notice how dumb they look....Hopefully when hes like 20 someone will send him what he said on here and he'll feel like a complete idiot.

Anyways, Better photos will come when I feel like taking my SLR camera out...

















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29 / M / Washington DC
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Posted 11/13/09
I never had a whole lot of money to spend on cars, but I do enjoy them.
somehow I've had a lot of (crappy) cars though.
1971, 1968, 1972, 1971 beetles (one of them lasted through being my sisters fist car though being modded and driven by me for 7 years before i sold it to pay tuition. Insurance was dirt cheap for my beetle, like $200 a year cheap.


The white and black cars are the same car.

And my daily driver which i photo shopped a little since people like to crash into it in parking lots:


And since we're posting cars we don't own, my next car I'm working towards is a 1992 Porsche 963. In a couple years I should be able to afford it and the insurance. The car isn't as expensive as you'd think... Since it's a 1992. (this thought at least gets me through the day)

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23 / M / Philly
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Posted 11/14/09
Nice cars...XD and great...im scared to take my bimmer to parking lots now..LOL and I just saw an old porsche on craigslist for like 3k...older then the one you wanted though...but still..

http://delaware.craigslist.org/cto/1431584179.html




Furanki wrote:

I never had a whole lot of money to spend on cars, but I do enjoy them.
somehow I've had a lot of (crappy) cars though.
1971, 1968, 1972, 1971 beetles (one of them lasted through being my sisters fist car though being modded and driven by me for 7 years before i sold it to pay tuition. Insurance was dirt cheap for my beetle, like $200 a year cheap.


The white and black cars are the same car.

And my daily driver which i photo shopped a little since people like to crash into it in parking lots:


And since we're posting cars we don't own, my next car I'm working towards is a 1992 Porsche 963. In a couple years I should be able to afford it and the insurance. The car isn't as expensive as you'd think... Since it's a 1992. (this thought at least gets me through the day)



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24 / M / Fort Mill, SC
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Posted 11/19/09 , edited 11/19/09
These are my cars nothing special but HERE WE GO!!!!!




The Black one is mine the green is my buddies



Sold her two years ago^

And my new project picked it up for 30 bucks with a blown engine but running now
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You know, I've always wondered why honda owners never put their timing belt on. Is it because you guys think it looks cool? Or you guys like to live dangerous?
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Posted 12/1/09

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You know, I've always wondered why honda owners never put their timing belt on. Is it because you guys think it looks cool? Or you guys like to live dangerous?


Well first we need to take off the cover so we can time the cam gears and while its off before the tuning we like to take a few snap shots. Most people usually put theirs back on after the tuning is complete. In my case i couldn't put mine back on because my Torque damper is in the way but i rarely drove it anyways and my new motor has the covers back on

but that's just me others may think its cool, others may like to mess with the timing on a daily basis i cant talk for every honda owner
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Sold the RX-7 and got a 240sx~ (Save's more gas XD)
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And for all you Front wheel Fail's out there~ ( I'm Just kidding I love vtec~ GSR ftw)
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This is my humble yet super fun sports car.

It's a 1992 Mazda Miata with only 120,000 km on it; I haven't really done anything to it besides an upgraded paint job and I probably won't modify it. I did name it Malachi, though.

It's incredibly fun to drive; it's like a go-kart!



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29 / M / Washington DC
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Posted 12/4/09

Cassandra777 wrote:

This is my humble yet super fun sports car.

It's a 1992 Mazda Miata with only 120,000 km on it; I haven't really done anything to it besides an upgraded paint job and I probably won't modify it. I did name it Malachi, though.

It's incredibly fun to drive; it's like a go-kart!





I used to work at a car dealership and the miata's were my favorite to drive, especially in warm weather with the top down. I like the hard top better too.

Your car looks like it is setting kind of high.. is the suspension worn out?
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Furanki wrote:

I used to work at a car dealership and the miata's were my favorite to drive, especially in warm weather with the top down. I like the hard top better too.

Your car looks like it is setting kind of high.. is the suspension worn out?




Yes, summertime with the miata is awesome. Winter, not so much, lol.

You know, I'm not sure if the suspension is worn out...my mechanic hasn't mentioned anything, but I'll bring it up when I get my winter tires on this weekend. The ride and handling is still awesome on the car and I haven't noticed any problems driving over bumps and train tracks, etc. Thanks so much for your comments!
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Posted 12/8/09

RyoAkamatsu wrote:
Sold the RX-7 and got a 240sx~ (Save's more gas XD)


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25 / M / Oklahoma
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Posted 12/8/09

lasthope05 wrote:





You know, I've always wondered why honda owners never put their timing belt on. Is it because you guys think it looks cool? Or you guys like to live dangerous?


Less weight = more power, hope.
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ooooo i love!
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