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2013 GL550. 0-60 in 5.9. inlove.gif
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

2013 GL550. 0-60 in 5.9. inlove.gif

Wow mister, that's almost as fast as my mommy's V-6 Camry.

(we live in strange automotive times)
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

2013 GL550. 0-60 in 5.9. inlove.gif

Wow mister, that's almost as fast as my mommy's V-6 Camry.

(we live in strange automotive times)

And heaven knows the two vehicles are completely comparable. rolleyes.gif
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This guy put 110K miles on one of those Maserati 4200GT coupes; this is probably the highest mileage I've ever seen on something Ferrari-made:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2002-Maserati-M128-GT-Coupe-/230854552777?pt=US_Cars_Trucks&hash=item35c000ecc9#ht_500wt_1107
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for reals though fuck the gl, g63 amg drool.gif.  0-60 5.3 seconds and it can romp!

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Is that the super boxy MB? I think that thing is hideous.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

2013 GL550. 0-60 in 5.9. inlove.gif

They are brining out a GL63

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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

Is that the super boxy MB? I think that thing is hideous.

Yes it's the old army Geländewagen, there's a G65 as well.
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who put a Jag emblem on a 370Z?

ahahahaaa that's exactly what i thought

maybe I'll get an r8
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It's not for impressing dudes, it's for having fun behind the wheel and racing autocross.
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my baby. minus the black wheels

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I love the fact that they have barely touched the body in 30 years.  If only I could buy a Range Rover Classic with all new fittings like they do with the D90s they still sell in the UK. Don't get me wrong I love sports cars, but I live in colorado I ski, I mountain bike, rock climb so I have a thing for cars that can romp.  Ive only ever owned range rovers. This was my and my second baby,1995 classic SWB  she was my favorite. may she RIP.frown.gif

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My current ride after lifting it putting limited slip diffs in front and rear and tom woods double cardom prop shafts time for new tires these have 45k Miles thinking of putting Goodyear duratracs or bf goodrich AT K/Os in 265/70/R18

 

Also wanna but in a new front bumper ARB style these guys in montana make that look like this.  Would offer slider to prottect my diffs too.

 

Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post



They are brining out a GL63
Yes it's the old army Geländewagen, there's a G65 as well.
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That S1 RR is beautiful. I see a bunch of really nice condition ones in Tokyo still. G-wagens are like a scourge here almost though, one or more on every block, black G500's or G55's.
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I love the fact that they have barely touched the body in 30 years.  If only I could buy a Range Rover Classic with all new fittings like they do with the D90s they still sell in the UK. Don't get me wrong I love sports cars, but I live in colorado I ski, I mountain bike, rock climb so I have a thing for cars that can romp.  Ive only ever owned range rovers. This was my and my second baby,1995 classic SWB  she was my favorite. may she RIP.frown.gif
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My current ride after lifting it putting limited slip diffs in front and rear and tom woods double cardom prop shafts time for new tires these have 45k Miles thinking of putting Goodyear duratracs or bf goodrich AT K/Os in 265/70/R18


Also wanna but in a new front bumper ARB style these guys in montana make that look like this.  Would offer slider to prottect my diffs too.


Originally Posted by Find Finn go_quote.gif

I'm guessing you're mechanically inclined but, in your experience, how often do those guys break down? excluding bouldering etc...
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some things have changed and I need to purchase a car sort of soon and it doesn't look like I'll be getting much help. anyone have any experience with repairs/maintenance on a 7 series? particularly an 08-10 one. will have around 20-30k miles on it (since most of you are US, I did the conversion). anything I should know prior to getting into one?
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