What kind of cars do you guys have?

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  1. Hany

    Hany Senior member

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    My baby [​IMG]

    Ugly_beat-up_washed-out-red_Ford_Taurus_wagon.jpg[IMG][/I]

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    So you are "widely considered gay" and "frequently owned by women?"
    Did you have a vanity plate on it as well? That would be the ultimate ghey.
    If I had your car I would shut up and try to get as little attention as possible.
     


  2. username79

    username79 Senior member

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    If I had your car I would shut up and try to get as little attention as possible.

    Why? What's wrong with my car?

    Along with the exterior of the Taurus, its interior was ahead of its time, and many features originating from it are still used in most cars today. The interior was designed to be extremely user friendly, with all of its controls designed to be recognizable by touch, allowing drivers to operate them without taking their eyes off the road. For example, the switches to the power windows and power locks were designed with one half of the switch raised up, with the other half recessed, in order for its function to be identified by touch. To further enhance this "user friendliness", the dashboard was designed to have all of the controls in the central area, within reach of the driver. The left side of the dash also curved slightly around the driver, to make controls easily accessible as well as creating a "cockpit" feel. However, it wasn't curved enough to prevent the passenger from easily identifying and using the vehicle's main controls as well.

    inspired by the design of the Audi 5000 and Ford's own Tempo. The aerodynamic design of the Taurus also made the car more fuel efficient, allowing Ford to meet the more stringent Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards applied by the United States government. The Taurus' success ultimately led to an American automobile design revolution; Chrysler and General Motors developed aerodynamic cars in order to capitalize on the Taurus' success.

    It went on to win many awards, most notably being named Motor Trend's Car of the Year for 1986,[15] as well as being named on Car and Driver's Ten Best List for 1986.
     


  3. Hany

    Hany Senior member

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    Why? What's wrong with my car?
    wikimedia or not it is ugly so if you pulled a lame joke it is not funny.
    and to answer your q, nothing wrong with the car itself, more about your attitude towards other people's cars.
     


  4. username79

    username79 Senior member

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    wikimedia or not it is ugly so if you pulled a lame joke it is not funny.
    and to answer your q, nothing wrong with the car itself, more about your attitude towards other people's cars.


    Where do you get off calling my car ugly??

    [​IMG]
     


  5. Hany

    Hany Senior member

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    Those praises you are quoting are 23 years old. Unfortunately the car hasn't aged well.

    Glad you are apparently loving it though.
     


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    Hany Senior member

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    Where do you get off calling my car ugly??

    [​IMG]

    It's a great car....for me to poop on [​IMG]
    [​IMG]
     


  7. MjHoffmann

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    Did you have a vanity plate on it as well? That would be the ultimate ghey.
    The Hoff!
     


  8. username79

    username79 Senior member

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    Those praises you are quoting are 23 years old. Unfortunately the car hasn't aged well.

    Glad you are apparently loving it though.


    It revolutionized American car design. Which is really saying something..
     


  9. MjHoffmann

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    It's a great car....for me to poop on [​IMG]
    [​IMG]


    EPIC!
     


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    It revolutionized American car design. Which is really saying something..

    +1. I support your Taurus appreciation. It looks good for its age. I would honestly be surprised if you were not picking up teh wimminz with your car.
     


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    Stazy Senior member

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    Oh, lighten up man.

    You know what? You're right.

    The fact that this thread is in General Chat and the other one is in Fine Living makes it completely different.
     


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    2001 gold chrysler sebring. limited.

    It was cool when I first got it, but as the years have progressed Ive become the butt of jokes for my grandma car. Guess it doesnt fit a 26 year old image. Fuck it. Im driving that bitch til she dies.
     


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  14. MjHoffmann

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    You know what? You're right.

    The fact that this thread is in General Chat and the other one is in Fine Living makes it completely different.


    My point exactly!
     


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    '51 Jaguar XK120 Coupe
    '72 BMW 2002tii
    '87 MB 300 SDL
    '91 BMW M5
    '95 BMW M3 CSL - Lightweight

    By the end of the week perhaps a '94 BMW 850CSi
     


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