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post #61 of 274
If you drive Pontiac Aztec , your children should be taken from you by the state.
post #62 of 274
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I don't consider the Outback gay, now the Forester....

Yes: while my wife often had women hit on her when she drove an Outback, the women doing the hitting were more often in Foresters.
post #63 of 274
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If you drive Pontiac Aztec , your children should be taken from you by the state.

post #64 of 274
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If you drive Pontiac Aztec , your children should be taken from you by the state.

Aztecs aren't gay, they're just one of the fugliest cars ever made!
post #65 of 274
Gay not gay who cares. This issue is too narrow for great minds of SF.

Let's transcend the gayness.

I would like to know what is the ultimate White car and what is Black car?

Make model please:

I nominate Ford for ultimate black brand ,I am just not sure about the model yet.
post #66 of 274
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Let's transcend the gayness.

I would like to know what is the ultimate White car and what is Black car?


They are one and the same my friend:



Jon.
post #67 of 274
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I nominate Ford for ultimate black brand, I am just not sure about the model yet.

I smell a move to the CE forum...

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Aztecs aren't gay, they're just one of the fugliest cars ever made!

The only person I ever knew who drove an Aztec was, indeed, gay. Small sample size...
post #68 of 274
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Originally Posted by skalogre View Post


Good choice, comrade! My baby:



I am sure that says loads about me


P.s. car has changed a bit since that photograph was taken...






hehehehe...mine too. it is not as pristine as it was back 5 years ago, but you gotta admit,
very reliable and low gas consumption car , huh?
i have the gt, on all highway miles i can drive 500+ miles on one tank.
and a lot more storage space than you might initially think!

high five!
post #69 of 274
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Originally Posted by diorshoe View Post
hehehehe...mine too. it is not as pristine as it was back 5 years ago, but you gotta admit, very reliable and low gas consumption car , huh? i have the gt, on all highway miles i can drive 500+ miles on one tank. and a lot more storage space than you might initially think! high five!
Mine's a GT, also as you can see. Love it. More power would not be bad but the steering and handling are stellar - I average between 29 and 31 mpg, very little of it highway. Edit:
post #70 of 274
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Mine's a GT, also as you can see. Love it. More power would not be bad but the steering and handling are stellar - I average between 29 and 31 mpg, very little of it highway.

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I drove GTS once and it is like driving a cart-race car. Sound is wonderful and a torque above 7K rpm is amazing. Toyota has amazing engineers.
post #71 of 274
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I drove GTS once and it is like driving a cart-race car. Sound is wonderful and a torque above 7K rpm is amazing. Toyota has amazing engineers.
They are awfully nice to drive. Toyota let the model die an undignified death with no real replacement. The GT (like diorshoe's and mine) have a - slightly - less manic engine, max BHP is at around 4.2k rpm (IIRC) rather than almost 8k rpm like the GTS! Torgue difference is only about 4 lbs/ft though between them, even if the GTS makes 40 bhp more on paper... The GT-S engine is the one used by Lotus in the USA, just different ECU and some minor changes. Anyhow, often considered at minimum a chick car. Not that I care
post #72 of 274
yes, the steering and handling is very sweet.

i get so used to the handling on that car (like on freeway offramps with a 25mph sign) and curves and such
that when i once in a while have to drive our other car accord sedan , i totally forget and almost drive the car off the road at times.

yes, the engine can use a little more power ...soccer mom minivans at the stoplight can beat me to the punch.
post #73 of 274
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Originally Posted by diorshoe View Post
yes, the steering and handling is very sweet.

i get so used to the handling on that car (like on freeway offramps with a 25mph sign) and curves and such
that when i once in a while have to drive our other car accord sedan , i totally forget and almost drive the car off the road at times.

yes, the engine can use a little more power ...soccer mom minivans at the stoplight can beat me to the punch.

Freeway on ramps are incredibly entertaining, it takes very well to trail braking!
Minivans can outmuscle us, true, true. But that only holds true in a straight line . Remember to switch out the air filter with a K&N and remove the butterfly valve, makes the engine response much better (and the engine note much more entertaining )
post #74 of 274
I thought Jaguars were the new "gay car". A car I definitely think is gay is a Smartcar. Sorry, but whenever I see a man driving one, I feel sorry for him. It looks so emasculating.
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I thought Jaguars were the new "gay car".
lol You mean the Ford Mondeo ?
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