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Cars We Drive!

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

  1. jcman311

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    Don't worry. His lubricant will buff right out. On the plus side, you can skip that area the next time you wax and polish the car.
     
  3. GreenFrog

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    Where is the man of ramu?
     
  4. brokencycle

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    He was absorbed into the Musk singularity.
     
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  5. GreenFrog

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    Is singularity a euphemism for anal cavity?
     
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    I've had a few deer scares/near misses, some at highway speeds but never hit one

    *touch wood*
     
  8. GreenFrog

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    Don't wanna do that to HRoi while he's driving the car. He might get distracted and hit a deer or something.
     
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  9. HRoi

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    Getting road head is the best. It's a driving test requirement for anyone who lived in the age of front bench seat/column shifter rental cars to be able to receive it and keep the car straight down the highway.

    No idea how challenging it is to give road head, but let's wait for GF to chime in
     
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  10. LawrenceMD

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    i know i'm wicked late to the convertible conversation, but a happy medium is a huge panoramic sun/moon roof.

    having one now made me realize i should've got the moon roof on the old car*.

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    driving with the thing wide open is awesome. especially in the frigid cold 30°s F with the heat on. also seeing the open day/night sky though the whole roof is awesome.

    i did get the insurance for the roof. i researched about the panoramic roof breaks. scary stuff but fuck it i love this thing.

    * wouldve been probably a bad idea to do that street parking in brooklyn and two major winter snow storms.
     
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  11. ridethecliche

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    The correct answer is convertible hardtop or targa.
     
  12. GreenFrog

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    [VIDEO][/VIDEO]
     
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  13. Fred G. Unn

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    So I've been having fun with the Audi A4 I bought a few weeks back. I had APR Stage 1 flashed on it this week and noticed an immediate difference. Does anyone else here use it or any other tunes (GIAC, Revo, etc.)? I've now found myself researching Stage 2 and other HFCs, suspension upgrades, etc., in my spare time instead of Vass, C&J, etc.
     
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    Thrift Vader Forum Mechanic

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    Gah, time to spend some money on the Legacy. . Suspension and cosmetic. :embar:
     
  15. ridethecliche

    ridethecliche Senior member

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    Legacy?
     
  16. Piobaire

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    Moonroof is a must have for any Piob vehicle. Mine is still wide open in the 30s if it's sunny out.
     
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  17. GreenFrog

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    o i bet ur still wide open in rain, sunshine, or snow.
     
  18. Piobaire

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    Went to the well one too many times there. The previous ones were pretty good though.
     
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    The blue car hit 4000 today, almost exactly 8 mos after delivery. Happy that I was able to drive it this much considering it never goes out during the week - I didn't buy it to be a total garage queen either

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  20. Piobaire

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    Do they figure the average buyer is so old dementia is in play? I ask as apparently the driver needs constant reminders what type of car they're driving.

     
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