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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ADHDRacer, May 24, 2017.
hellow gais I just gott a lambo!!
Ohh the one of my father
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Could cost you more than 10k $ in fuel per day...
A Ford F-800 Box Bed replace the engine with a diesel and make the inside of the bed put furniture in it just paint it a all black
Well since i'm in this boat I think I'll go ahead and post my plan. I'm gonna be getting a 05-06 Subaru Baja and applying some offroad mods such as rally wheels, rally lights, and a bar bumper once my lease is up in a year, however I keep on hitting financial burdens such as needing a new pair of glasses and needing to pay off a ticket, so at the very least I can get the car.
Crown Victoria P71 or a Skoda 120
He clearly said it wasn't his one in the pic:
"Bit rougher than this one but same tires and same color with no stripe"
I own the same car. I just do not have a pic on this pc.
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I own the same car. Don't have a pic on this pc.
I apologize, I just reacted to your post like dunkleosteus did in the other thread. My bad for not noticing what you said.
I would get a Mazda MX-5 Miata.
I'm gonna be real for a moment i would get a Ford Ranger as a starter car and that would cost $5,000 or $4,000 so with the left over cash would a lift kit and a few offroad parts
I'd get a 2000-2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. Around where I live they average $5,000.
I'm just curious, but did they only offer the 2.6 in the US
The Hirochi Sunburst 1.8 or the Ibishu Covet Yuso I-TEC
you bumped a thread! A N G E R Y
At least he's contributing unlike you. People complaining about "bumps" are getting pretty damn annoying, unlike the actual "bumps".
Right now I'd take a 900 or 9000 Aero
I would get a 1991-92 Pontiac Firebird with T-Tops or this H2 https://scranton.craigslist.org/ctd/d/2003-hummer-h2/6280911698.html
I don't need a new daily driver so I guess...
Idk, there's plenty of old classic cars out there that have had the motor and drivetrain fully restored but still need some cosmetic attention. Right off the bat, you can see cars like this all along the east coast:
I'd probably bite for something along those lines - a classic that only needs a little more work to be complete.
Hey I found this https://fredericksburg.craigslist.org/cto/d/1997-gmc/6288464650.html
I could get a 2009 GMC Acadia w/ AWD for $8,100... But given prior experience, I think I'll pass...
Doesn't matter to me. I would get the cheapest that runs well, gets me where I have to go, then use the rest of the money to PARRRRTAAAAAAYY!