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Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Bert1568, Jul 18, 2006.

  1. Condor

    Condor Senior Member

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    Sorry, I forgot.

    I've also got the lambo murciologo...with heated and
    air conditioned seats.

    I'm searching the couch cushions now for gas money......


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  2. Jay B.

    Jay B. New Member

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    New to the forum, spent about 3 hours reading various topics on fashion, nightlife and such. Sorry to bump a somewhat old thread, but I was pleased to find a small niche here dedicated to our automotive tastes. That said, here's a picture of the unpractical car. The daily is an E.B. Explorer. [​IMG] - Jay
     


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    I recently traded in my '98 BMW M3 for an Audi A6 4.2 (V8). The Audi is lightyears ahead of the BMW in technology and safety, though I miss the instant acceleration and loud, raspy engine of the BMW. But, I needed a bigger car plus the M3 needed about $3-4K in various "old age" repairs (brakes, shocks, clutch). I definitely like having awd in the Audi.
     


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    I recently traded in my '98 BMW M3 for an Audi A6 4.2 (V8). The Audi is lightyears ahead of the BMW in technology and safety, though I miss the instant acceleration and loud, raspy engine of the BMW. But, I needed a bigger car plus the M3 needed about $3-4K in various "old age" repairs (brakes, shocks, clutch). I definitely like having awd in the Audi.

    I don't know about the A6 version, but that engine in the S4 has a great exhaust note. It is a touch on the quiet side for what it is, but it's quite nice.
     


  5. JetBlast

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    In black, brown, and various shades of blue (not the bright ones).

    Brian
     


  6. tiger02

    tiger02 Militarist

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    In black, brown, and various shades of blue (not the bright ones).

    Brian

    I don't think I would admit to that, on this forum. Much better to say:

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  7. JetBlast

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    Ahh, I'm a high school student. I can't wear good shoes every day or they would come home a mess. I wear what my mom buys me in terms of most clothes except when I spring for some good dressy wear!

    Plus I'm an ex-Miami resident, cut me some slack on the sandals [​IMG]

    Brian
     


  8. texas_jack

    texas_jack Stylish Dinosaur

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  9. EvEr37

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    My daily driver '06 330i also have '99 Mroadster I drive in the summer.
     


  10. ImKindOfABigDeal

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    BMW 2004 530i

    Which is currently in the shop due to this
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  11. whomewhat

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    2000 BMW 740iL. A seriously bad back requires the room the long bodied 7-series provides, plus, it comes with Active Comfort Seats that provide a gentle massage while driving, just enough to take the edge off the pain. More of a "need" car than anything else.
     


  12. Pink22m

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    1995 Chevrolet Cavalier with 102,000 miles on the odometer.

    Yikes! What happened? Did debris from that truck blow out of the back and onto your car? That is pretty scary.
     


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  14. Huntsman

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    Boss. That's a tough Beamer.
     


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    I have one of these (not this one)
    http://www.american-musclecar.com/im...0Belvedere.jpg
    I will probably sell it this spring. My daily driver is a Subaru Outback.


    My first job out of college required a 4 car rotation carpool. I had a 67 GTO, a buddy had a GTX 440 and another buddy had a torqueflite/hemi 66 belvedere. We won't talk about the fourth (a 68 Cougar). However we couldn't beat the bosses secretary to work over the 55 mile commute as her caddy had a higher top speed than our rear axle ratio limited cars.

    Perry
     


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