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Thread Starter 
I see from the Dream Car thread that people here are into their cars, so...

Show us your Car!

Here's a few small pics of mine:









It's a 2004 Skoda Fabia vRS (TDI PD130).
Currently running around 190bhp (flywheel) and just over 300lbft (over 400nm)
H&R Coilover Suspension
Porsche "Design 90" Alloy Wheels
Audi TT Brakes
Tints
Etc...

More info at www.fabiavrs.co.uk
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I have 2 kids... both in diapers, and HUGE plastic car seats. One eats Gerber baby food and drinks baby formula.
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Theres absolutely nothing interesting or post-worthy about my car.

Garrett
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Nothing special.

2000 Honda Prelude.

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I have a crappy Rover 45, just noticed its leaking hydraulic fluid
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An old style 306 for me, and I'm coming up to the 2 years of passing mark



Wow that first pictures pretty big. Sorry 56K's
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Here's my only car that survived Hurricane Ivan! It's a '96 TransAm (or some call it a Firebird). It's a little dusty in the pic but is in great shape and has since received a fresh paint job. It still has low mileage, about 43K, and gets me around very quickly!

I had a '97 Jeep Grand Cherokee and a '90 Mercedes SEL 560 (loved that car with it's gorgeous leather interior and smooth ride) and sure do wish they had been insured for 'comprehensive'. Oh well, such is life.



BTW, the dude in the pic is Aaron (immtbiker) and it must have been his wife behind the camera.
post #7 of 489
Thread Starter 
Lovelly cars guys! Keep 'em coming!

Wmcmanus: Shame about your loss... Sounds like you were very unlucky
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Originally Posted by MrJoshua
Wmcmanus: Shame about your loss... Sounds like you were very unlucky
Thanks for your concern, but I didn't come out nearly as bad as many others. Some people lost their homes which were fully paid for but uninsured. The Jeep wasn't damaged that badly, but did get some salt water into the trasmisison line. I was able to sell it for about 1/4th of its pre-hurricane value to help reduce my losses. The 'mechanic guy' who bought it had it running in just a couple of days, and for a lot less than it would have cost me to get it fixed, so I was quite happy for him (he was living out of a 40 foot container at the time while rebuilding the walls in his apartment).
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My 97 Saturn SC2


Yes...that is duct tape holding the intake on...


Total infinity Kappa system. 6.5 components in front, 6.5 in rear, 255A 5.1 channel amp, 10" sub. All wires are Monster. Trunk lined in Dynamat regular and Extreme.
post #10 of 489
Quote:
Originally Posted by saturnine
My 97 Saturn SC2...

...Yes...that is duct tape holding the intake on...

...Total infinity Kappa system. 6.5 components in front, 6.5 in rear, 255A 5.1 channel amp, 10" sub. All wires are Monster. Trunk lined in Dynamat regular and Extreme...
...and a Linux sticker
post #11 of 489
We can only show one car?





I love this car! 1993 Twin Turbo with 10k origional miles.

-Alex-
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Thread Starter 
/drool
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Lucky American's with your cheap petrol!
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Alex, please post the rest of ur cars
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Nice Supra.

Just a quick warning, you might want to remove your license plate numbers for security reasons.

Looks like a white 300Z in the background. Twin turbo also?
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