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#951 2 years ago
Quoted from bkbirge:

No pin hauler sadly, but this is my daily driver, 1978 Nova.

You Texans are so lucky. Cars last forever there. No need to worry about ruuuuuuust.

#952 2 years ago

This Cobra Ute looks so good! But I've been told by a friend near the Gold Coast that this Ute is expensive. Also not very practical.
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He has a Hilux, which I know will last him a long time.

#954 2 years ago
Quoted from Darcy:

This Cobra Ute looks so good! But I've been told by a friend near the Gold Coast that this Ute is expensive. Also not very practical.

He has a Hilux, which I know will last him a long time.

That's a limited edition model, they made 100 of them with a special 302KW engine. A regular Super Pursuit performance version is a bit cheaper. They are not as practical as my ute as they have a lot lower load limit due to the lowered suspesion and large diameter wheels.
Most people here call Hiluxes utes, but by definition they aren't real utes.
http://www.carpoint.com.au/used-cars/FPV/SUPER-PURSUIT/model-make.htm

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#955 2 years ago

Sold one of my rides yesterday, bought it in 96 and slowly fixed it up, had alot of fun thru the years with the car but after having kids it sat around alot, ended up restoring a convertible to ride around in the summer as a family car. I brought it to a car show and put a for sale sign in it had a guy from out of state call me a week later and ended up buying it, now i have an extra spot in the garage and some pin funds, maybe.

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#956 2 years ago
Quoted from crlush:

Sold one of my rides yesterday

Great sleeper look and the you had the tire size dialed in. It looks planted like a bull dog.

#957 2 years ago
Quoted from crlush:

Sold one of my rides yesterday. Now i have an extra spot in the garage.

I could use that garage spot if you were a lot closer.
I'm tired of going to advertised garage sales in my area only to find that the garage isn't for sale.

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#958 1 year ago

I just finished importing my car from Japan. 1992 Suzuki Cappuccino.

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#959 1 year ago

That's seriously cool. I'd be afraid to drive it on the roads around here though, half the people driving wouldn't be able to see it.

#960 1 year ago

You could fit 2 of those in 1 parking spot.

#961 1 year ago

Any mods already done, or planned for the cappucino?

#962 1 year ago
Quoted from SeymorGoldfarbJr:

I just finished importing my car from Japan. 1992 Suzuki Cappuccino.

Very cool and different. Never saw one before but nice that it's different. I guess it's akward for drive thru's! J/K!

#963 1 year ago
Quoted from dmacy:

Very cool and different. Never saw one before but nice that it's different. I guess it's akward for drive thru's! J/K!

It's pretty close to stock. It has a Greddy boost gauge set-up in it. I haven't determined yet if it's running at stock boost though. It's surprisingly quick for 660cc and rated 63hp. Then again, it's only 1600 lb. I love the go-kart like handling and uniqueness of it.

#964 1 year ago

Thought people might get a laugh out of these two pics (here is the first)

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#965 1 year ago

Compare that to this one!

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#966 1 year ago

IF (big if!) the roadster lives up to those numbers, it will be revolutionary. I know there are a lot of skeptics out there, but I can tell you first hand the Model S really does do 0-60 in 2.4, and get over 300 miles of range on a 100kw battery. So 1.9 and 620 for a Roadster with a 200kw battery is at least believable.

#967 1 year ago

Yeah i’m actually skeptical but hopeful myself (especially as I know someone who plans to buy one) and not looking to get into a cargument, but think people will enjoy the comparisons either way.

Happy Thanksgiving all!

#968 1 year ago
Quoted from SeymorGoldfarbJr:

I just finished importing my car from Japan. 1992 Suzuki Cappuccino.

You might have to invest in a lit "Buggy Whip". Just to drive around town with that micro car.

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#969 1 year ago

Hi guys,
Justin from new zealand here.
This is my 67 fury 4dr hard top. Canadian assembled factory right hand drive, sold new in n.z. in 67. 468c.i. bb stroker. A lot of custom on it including custom leather interior.
Also my 2013 street bob limited edition.
Pin hauler is a 99 toyota hiace LWB in green.

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#970 1 year ago

With the Tesla you do get a lot for your money. And it is 2.8 million dollars cheaper then the Bugatti. But the Bugatti is easily 2.8 million dollars prettier than the Tesla. When you buy a car the numbers are not the only thing you pay for. If money was no object I’d go with the Bugatti every time but since it is I’m watching the Tesla closely.

#971 1 year ago

I dont know but it has the biggest frickin windshield wiper I have ever seen.

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#972 1 year ago
Quoted from FuryosJustin:

Hi guys,
Justin from new zealand here.
This is my 67 fury 4dr hard top. Canadian assembled factory right hand drive, sold new in n.z. in 67. 468c.i. bb stroker. A lot of custom on it including custom leather interior.
Also my 2013 street bob limited edition.
Pin hauler is a 99 toyota hiace LWB in green.

Watch out. It looks like that dog needs to pee.

#973 1 year ago
Quoted from c508:

Compare that to this one!

I had a 1992 Previa. One of the most useful car that I ever had. My wife wants another one, but they are NLA in the U.S.

#974 1 year ago
Quoted from Travish:

Watch out. It looks like that dog needs to pee.

ha ha, yep, that my best fiend "dodge" the English staffy, he always needs to pee......just not on my vehicles.
that's the last time I had the car out, the mid winter swap meet, aprox 8deg c that day, or 47f in your money. my mrs drove the fury and I rode the Harley.
I just finished installing some dougs headers electric cut outs.......loud is good!
Time for summer cruzing

#975 1 year ago
Quoted from SeymorGoldfarbJr:

I just finished importing my 1992 Suzuki Cappuccino from Japan.

Why import one? Couldn't you just buy a machine and make your own cappuccino?

#976 1 year ago
Quoted from Duke-:

With the Tesla you do get a lot for your money. And it is 2.8 million dollars cheaper then the Bugatti. But the Bugatti is easily 2.8 million dollars prettier than the Tesla. When you buy a car the numbers are not the only thing you pay for. If money was no object I’d go with the Bugatti every time but since it is I’m watching the Tesla closely.

Personally, i think the Chiron is butt sex ugly, but to each their own.

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#977 1 year ago

Not sure if I should start a new thread. I just received the December 11, 2017 edition of of Autoweek in today's mail.
Check out the cover:

A Gottlieb ElDorado, Snow Derby, Spin Out and a Bally Monte Carlo.

Also, a Ferrari GTC4LussoT

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#978 1 year ago

Has anyone used Racedeck in their garage(s)? My 12 year old epoxy (U Coat It) looked great for first few years of heavy repair use on both lifts and has looked horrible for the past few and has gotten worse.

Have looked at their stuff for years on Garage Journal but now that I don’t do heavy repair stuff anymore, I like this option. Would be going with a mix of diamond and free flow as we park our daily cars/truck in there. We have a small detached 24x32 garage.

Pics of current and installed in 2005.
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#979 1 year ago
Quoted from dmacy:

Racedeck in their garage(s)

I've been in a garage with 3 year old race deck and it seems to hold up but felt like the vertical surface area was a dust and dirt magnet (and maybe dropped screws and bolts.) IMO I think it depends on the use. In a snowy climate where draining snow off is a factor, I think its in its element.

#980 1 year ago
Quoted from dmacy:

Has anyone used Racedeck in their garage(s)? My 12 year old epoxy (U Coat It) looked great for first few years of heavy repair use on both lifts and has looked horrible for the past few and has gotten worse.
Have looked at their stuff for years on Garage Journal but now that I don’t do heavy repair stuff anymore, I like this option. Would be going with a mix of diamond and free flow as we park our daily cars/truck in there. We have a small detached 24x32 garage.
Pics of current and installed in 2005.

Just have that old stuff sanded off, leave the raw concrete and call it a day.

#981 1 year ago

My 1955 replica Porsche 550 Spyder (James Dean Trubute). Last year we drove it from Hollywood (Competition motors) to Cholame (crash site) for the 60th James Dean last drive memorial cruise. It was a great drive but sad to think what might have been.

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#982 1 year ago

Here's my 72' Monte.....

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#983 1 year ago
Quoted from Aurium:

Here's my 72' Monte.....

I Love the color. It is like a combination of canary yellow and gold, very sharp!

#984 1 year ago
Quoted from Aurium:

Here's my 72' Monte.....

I love that color combo.

#985 1 year ago

Here's the current state of my 70 Mustang, guide coat before final sanding. Drip rails have been shaved, fiberglass front fenders and flairs are looking good. Can't wait to see it in color.....black.

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#986 1 year ago
Quoted from dmacy:

Has anyone used Racedeck in their garage(s)? My 12 year old epoxy (U Coat It) looked great for first few years of heavy repair use on both lifts and has looked horrible for the past few and has gotten worse.
Have looked at their stuff for years on Garage Journal but now that I don’t do heavy repair stuff anymore, I like this option. Would be going with a mix of diamond and free flow as we park our daily cars/truck in there. We have a small detached 24x32 garage.
Pics of current and installed in 2005.

We have a different product by the dame manufacturer in our basement after a flood destroyed the Pergo we had down there. I sent you a PM.

Chris

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#987 1 year ago

This is in my family... I get to contribute Pinball

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There are a mix of 13 classic GT 350’s and Gt500’s all restored mint, plus an untouched black fastback Gt350 all original

4 Ford Gt’s, silver, black , red, and gt40

2 cobra jet, 1 super bird
And plenty of others including land cruisers, corvettes, camaros, mclarens, a Lamborghini murceilago, the list goes on

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#988 1 year ago

^^^^Holy Shit^^^^

#990 1 year ago
Quoted from pezpunk:

IF (big if!) the roadster lives up to those numbers, it will be revolutionary. I know there are a lot of skeptics out there, but I can tell you first hand the Model S really does do 0-60 in 2.4, and get over 300 miles of range on a 100kw battery. So 1.9 and 620 for a Roadster with a 200kw battery is at least believable.

My goal is to buy one a 2-3 years old. For the meantime, I'm LOVING my new (to me) 2015 P90D. By far best car I've ever owned. (Porsche, BMW, Jag, etc...)

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#991 1 year ago
YIKES on that collection!

#992 1 year ago

I am already dreaming about my next possible sports car. I love the STI but I also love Toyota's and the new 2019 Supra looks amazing! I will be at the dealer the week this car lands on the dealer floor to test drive, I can't wait.

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#993 1 year ago
Quoted from Chosen_S:

This is in my family... I get to contribute Pinball

There are a mix of 13 classic GT 350’s and Gt500’s all restored mint, plus an untouched black fastback Gt350 all original
4 Ford Gt’s, silver, black , red, and gt40
2 cobra jet, 1 super bird
And plenty of others including land cruisers, corvettes, camaros, mclarens, a Lamborghini murceilago, the list goes on

That's my kind of garage. Is that your dad's collection?

#994 1 year ago

Dibs on a Land Cruiser.

#995 1 year ago

Dibs on Smoke's #20 racecar! Wow! What a collection.. wish i was family!

#996 1 year ago
Quoted from Chosen_S:

.... the list goes on

Sweet. Can I borrow the red GT for just a few months. (:
The Superbird would superb but my neighbors would probably claim a homeowner's restriction violation.

#997 1 year ago

Dibs on the 1969 BOSS 429. Oh, and also, are your parents also interested in adopting?

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#998 1 year ago
Quoted from Roostking:

^^^^Holy Shit^^^^

Quoted from VolunteerPin:

YIKES on that collection!

Quoted from MustangPaul:

That's my kind of garage. Is that your dad's collection?

Thanks guys, this is my uncles collection, about 2/3 of it, I usually drive the belaire or the murcielago not shown when I visit, he’s got 1 pin; 78’ playboy I restored. I drove the Tony Stewart NASCAR once, we had to call the police beforehand so they could “spectate” ... and it kept us out of trouble in the neighborhood. The ford Gt with the gt40 paint job and the green Superbird (6pac) are the most eye catching, people stop dead in their tracks all the time for those, they’re probably the most fun and nerve racking to drive.

... oh, we like signatures too

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#999 1 year ago
Quoted from pinmister:

I am already dreaming about my next possible sports car. I love the STI but I also love Toyota's and the new 2019 Supra looks amazing! I will be at the dealer the week this car lands on the dealer floor to test drive, I can't wait.

Whoah! I had no idea this might be a thing, very cool. I’ve been pining for a Japanese cockpit with modern tech, my 17’ 1794 Tundra just doesn’t scratch the itch on the sport side

#1000 1 year ago

Universal For the Win... and post 1000

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