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10-29-2001, 01:12 PM
97 silver camero with sun roof and a good system. What about you?
10-29-2001, 01:51 PM
2001 Jeep Grand Cheroke V8 4.7 ltr. It goes like shit off a shovel!
10-29-2001, 01:57 PM
.... '93 Taurus, hehe
10-29-2001, 02:16 PM
BirdHouse's Falcon 3 Skateboard
[Got no car yet!];)
Shem the Penman
10-29-2001, 02:23 PM
The E, F, Q, or R trains, usually. (No car, and don't want one.)
10-29-2001, 02:53 PM
1987 Chevy Sprint 3-cylinder shoebox with a rebuilt rear end, separate rigged switches on the dash for ignition, high beams, back up lights, fan and wiper fluid. Three rusted panels, duct tape holding the hatch on and a portable CD player jury rigged from the battery. 247,000 miles on it, original motor.
But it cost $50, gets 43 miles to the gallon and starts at 30 below....
10-29-2001, 09:02 PM
10-29-2001, 09:41 PM
Hey, I've got the updated 1990 P.O.S., drunknmstr13!! Mines blue....in most spots anyway. It used to be a Chevy AstroVan. Also have a Jeep Wrangler for me and my dogs... Q
10-29-2001, 10:19 PM
1998 Dodge Ram conversion van which has been broken into twice in as many weeks. They stole my CD player the first time, and a sword that was my birthday present the second time.
The first time, it was our fault. We left one of the doors open. The second time they popped the door lock out.
10-30-2001, 02:11 AM
Black, full size 1997 Chevy pickup with a shotgun rack in the window and a .45 Automatic under the seat.
10-30-2001, 02:20 AM
In Alabama that's referred to as the "Standard" package option...;) Q
10-30-2001, 02:27 AM
There's some truth in what you say, Q. Lately, though, the young whippersnappers are going for 9mm pistols that hold lots of bullets by way of compensating for poor shooting ability. But there's still old farts like me who appreciate the classics like the Government Model - and can hit what we're shooting at.
10-30-2001, 02:31 AM
I never could shoot worth a lick, but I can stick a good throwing knife from 50 feet out! Wife is a good shot though, so I watch my p's and q's! :p BTW, that's why we invented shotguns...for geeks like me who need some "error" in their targets.... Q
10-30-2001, 03:02 AM
Never could hit anything with a throwing knife. Ever try throwing tomahawks? Lots more fun than knives...kinda hard to carry concealed, though.
10-30-2001, 04:10 AM
qjakal and Strelnikov,
Just watching the 2 of you is a hoot and a half. ;)
10-30-2001, 08:28 AM
1995 Jeep Cherokee.
I traded in my Ford LTD/P O S for it in '96.
10-30-2001, 11:50 AM
... for the thumbs-up. Q and I really aren't homicidal maniacs...at least, I don't THINK we are...
10-30-2001, 03:02 PM
I've been wondering who was peeking in my window....check those shutters Strel...Jen is on the loose! :eek: Q
I'm wit' Jen, where it concerns our elderly, here. You boys are just a riot. Q, if y'dunno how t'throw a tomahawk, I can show ya. It's a different deal than a blade, but terribly useful, 'cause you can make 'em from stuff outside, where it's a bit harder t'forge metal in the woods.
Given that I work in the Silly Valley (Silicon Valley, for those with lives), I can't do as Strel does. I'm jealous, too.
What do I drive? Whatever gets me there, and I want Shem's solution. Drivin' annoys me. Just wanna BE there, thanks. When do we get transporters?
10-30-2001, 03:25 PM
I drive a communist red 1998 century class freighliner truck It has a cummins n14 engine and a 10 speed auto shift transmission by eaton-fuller The only time I have to use the clutch is for starting out or within 5 mph of stopping Other than that I put it in drive it up and downshifts automatically I love it
10-30-2001, 04:47 PM
It seems the UK spec jeep lacks the fire power of the US models, if memory serves me right mine came with a bowler hat, a cricket bat and a .45 ltr automatic teapot (under the seat of course).
ROFL! Picturin' ya wit' a bowler, tilted t'one side of your head, and a cricket bat over the other shoulder, sir, savagely brandishin' your teapot!
10-30-2001, 08:51 PM
A 1990 blk/blk Corvette ZR-1. They made about 6800 of them between '90 and '95. It's the one where Chevy teamed up with Lotus on the LT5 engine design -- rated at about 400 hp. Great for my other favorite hobby, hunting M*stangs. Never lost a street race -- got a bunch of little Ford stamps along the side for all the kills.
No guns on board, but I believe I can match the muzzle velocity of a .45 automatic inside a quarter mile... :)
10-31-2001, 11:34 AM
1969 Cadillac Coupe DeVille, with black vinyl top and seamless windows, white body and red interior.
10-31-2001, 10:28 PM
67 GTO fixerupper
10-31-2001, 10:49 PM
Hey dodger, good to see some more good ol' American muscle out there. When the fixeruppin's done drop me a line -- I need to break up those little Ford stamps with some Pontiac ones... ;)
Biggles of 266
10-31-2001, 11:53 PM
I've got a 1981 Ford Laser Ghia. I reckon I could take quinn65, no worries. It's brooooooooooooooooown and fairly ugly. It smells as though the person who owned it before me was a little old lady who chain smoked and had a lot of *really* nervous cats.
As soon as I get my licence the punk stickers are going on the back window. There's a couple of big Triple J and 4ZZZ stickers to go on (anyone living in Brisbane will know 4zzz, JJJ is national). The stereo only randomly works, but hell, I can sing can't I?
One last thing, I named my vee-hickle Wynona. Any Primus fans will know why. See you on the streets quinn!
11-01-2001, 07:03 AM
Lucky for me you're on the other side of the world, and it's unlikely I'll ever come up against the mighty Wynona. However, if you ever find yourself stateside, we have a little racetrack here in Indianapolis for which one can sometimes arrange temporary use. If I let the mayor know we had a chance to settle once and for all the age-old rivalry between Chevy's all-time fastest production car and Ford's . . . well . . . one of Ford's cars, we might get on.
Just let me know... ;)
I have a 2001 black Sunfire. I call it The Blackbird.
11-05-2001, 04:50 AM
Originally posted by dvnc
I'm wit' Jen, where it concerns our elderly, here. You boys are just a riot.
Having just returned from not at all sunny, muggy and just plain yicky Florida(visiting my 90+ year old grandparents), you guys are just babes.
11-05-2001, 08:50 AM
A '95 T-Bird V8, the best kept "Standard" car from Ford, an Explorer'97 but my baby is a:
1976 Monte Carlo with swivel buckets (only made them two years) I rebuilt the 400 with performance parts, original mags and a non-stock sound system that can make the front passenger seat vibrate like a subliminal tickling machine. So, strap your sweet little lady into the bucket and watch her laugh her way to Nirvana, haha.
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