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Just read this entire thread in like 2 days, I gotta say love the cars Magick! I recently got a 2004 lexus is300 for a steal not anything special but for me its pretty awesome! Not a huge poster mostly a lurker in the forums but had to say something about how awesome this read was! More than anything i feel like I learned more about cars from reading this than the hours i spend drooling over supercars :D. Keep posting pictures ill be watching!

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 Just read this entire thread in like 2 days,

Sucker for punishment...

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Welcome to the mancave Sheffy!

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That's exactly how this felt reading this! haha
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We got nearly 8" of snow Sunday night > Monday morning, holy cripes! eek.gif It is glorious, though. We all went out with the 4X4s and sleds and had a monster of a time, which included pulling a pair of massive inner tubes full of people behind the Rooney (not me, I'm not that much of a masochist). Even though I'm probably going to be feeling it for a couple weeks, it's completely worth it, however.

This was the first day back at work for the garage. I made them take a 2 week vacation for the holidays, and most of them even obeyed. rolleyes.gif
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How about a photo shoot of a few supercars in the ice?
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We got nearly 8" of snow Sunday night > Monday morning, holy cripes! eek.gif It is glorious, though. We all went out with the 4X4s and sleds and had a monster of a time, which included pulling a pair of massive inner tubes full of people behind the Rooney (not me, I'm not that much of a masochist). Even though I'm probably going to be feeling it for a couple weeks, it's completely worth it, however.
 

Snow...... Must be fun......... 

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I'm not used to living in Alabama yet. The temperature here today got below freezing, and the local news ran four of their five segments tonight on the weather. Apparently one of the county school systems locally shut down for the day, too. No snow, not much wind, just a below-freezing temperature.

 

And here I am as the Wisconsinite, taking out the trash in my shorts still...

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How about a photo shoot of a few supercars in the ice?

That does sound like fun, doesn't it? I'm not picking up the tab for the repairs, though. The unfinished CF panels for the Enzo, all by themselves, were €110k. That's not a typo and I'm not embellishing. I used many words that I'm not proud of when we received the bill. On the plus side, we were able to get them when most people have failed, so there's that, I guess.
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I'm not used to living in Alabama yet. The temperature here today got below freezing, and the local news ran four of their five segments tonight on the weather. Apparently one of the county school systems locally shut down for the day, too. No snow, not much wind, just a below-freezing temperature.

And here I am as the Wisconsinite, taking out the trash in my shorts still...

It's a once in a decade thing, fortunately. You won't see this again for a looong time.
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Snow is fun -- to visit... tongue.gif

I don't do cold. My Mediterranean blood freezes solid below about 55 degrees.
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Snow is fun -- to visit... tongue.gif

I don't do cold. My Mediterranean blood freezes solid below about 55 degrees.

50°F up to 75°F is my ideal temperature range....preferably with mild humidity.  

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I prefer 70 to 80 deg, with a light sea breeze and a Mai Tai in my hand... tongue.gif
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A very mild 25C here with a light sun and a cool breeze in my office. Blue skies visible through our roof is a sure shot mood booster.
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I prefer 70 to 80 deg

My favourite temp range too, here it was 112 deg on Saturday 78 deg today - weather variable.

 

Thanks to Magick for the T50 mod, it inspired me to get a pair and mod - happy I did.

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