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shermtec

10 years ago

I've owned: '66 Pontiac GTO '70 Ford Galaxie 500 Sport roof '71 Datsun 510

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skunkbait

10 years ago

Of the one's I've owned: '70 Chevelle '77 Monte Carlo '76 Gran Prix '70 MGB '94 Z-28 '85 Corvette '62 (or so) Land Rover Of the ones I'd like to own: '55 Chev '55-'72 Corvette '64-'72 Mustang '65-'67 GTO Any Bugatti, Rolls, Bentley, AC Cobra

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skunkbaitNachoMahma

Reply 10 years ago

My parents had 2 (one after the other) when I was a baby. Both were '67s, one a hardtop, one a convertible. But more importantly, my mom had a VERY rare Vette when I was like 5. It was a '69 Stingray (British Racing Green, T-Tops) with a 454 (matching #'s). The 454 wasn't supposed to come out until '70, but somehow, Mom had one. When I think about her selling it (about '77), I want to die!!!

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NachoMahmaskunkbait

Reply 10 years ago

. One car I would like to have back is a '68 Dart GTS (link is to a '69, but they are very similar). Mine was brown with the 340 hi-po engine. Schweetness!
. A '79 Camaro Berlinetta is second on the list. Pulled the stock 305 and replaced with a balanced and blueprinted 283 - punched out to 292, and waayyy too much cam. It would run 130+ all day and handled very well 'til you got over ~120.
. A '67 LTD would be third. 390CID. It was a butt-ugly car, but ran like a scalded ape. Spent as much time in the back seat as the front seat. ;)

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skunkbaitNachoMahma

Reply 10 years ago

I had a '68 Estate Wagon with the 390 and 4bbl. You're right, ape thoroughly scalded.

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RachetandClank

10 years ago

i am the crater of this site so you can talk and put down cars my favorite is mussel car

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Sandisk1duoRachetandClank

Reply 10 years ago

Um, you didn't create this site, just the forum topic

sorry i like to be politically correct ya and please use spell check

hmm..... Toyota Supra

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kelseymhSandisk1duo

Reply 10 years ago

Hi, Alex. He might actually be the crater of this site, if by crater he means hole :-)

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11010010110kelseymh

Reply 10 years ago

maybe he wants us to drive cars and hot rods into the crater ?

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Sandisk1duo11010010110

Reply 10 years ago

hmm... there are some craters form testing nukes, some where in the dessert(s) Arizona, Nevada, California also, there is a huge crater from a big meteor impact, somewhere in russia

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GoodhartSandisk1duo

Reply 10 years ago

In my area there are some fairly large sink holes, but nothing like I have seen in Florida and other places.

I remember reading about a poor woman that tried to stop from driving into a large sink hole, and the front of her car went in over the edge. When she got out, it was resting on the roof off a pickup truck, that was on top of another vehicle.

Now THAT'S a pothole LOL

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Sandisk1duoGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

that's why you always have to drive on roads

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GoodhartSandisk1duo

Reply 10 years ago

Apparently the state that happened in, has frequent large sink holes, but this one must have collapsed during the night, and a few people happened to drive into it :-)

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Sandisk1duoGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

drove into the sinkhole at night? i think you should be able to see where the road is failing...

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GoodhartSandisk1duo

Reply 10 years ago

Sometimes it is hard to distinguish black top from a black hole :-) Especially if they were moving faster than, say 15 mph.

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kelseymhSandisk1duo

Reply 10 years ago

There are lots of big meteor craters around the world :-) If we didn't have weather (and plate tectonics), the Earth's surface would look pretty much like the Moon's.

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11010010110Sandisk1duo

Reply 10 years ago

it'll make the most sense to drive cars and rods into a crater of active volcano

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Sandisk1duo11010010110

Reply 10 years ago

yep, then you could just throw in regular ol' rods into the volcano, they don't need to be hot

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Sandisk1duo11010010110

Reply 10 years ago

well i figured that active volcanoes are hot, but only a few could make iron rods into "hot" rods

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yourcat

10 years ago

Tesla Roadster.

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KitemanRachetandClank

Reply 10 years ago

It's a heated iron bar.

A hot rod of iron!

It's a visual pun.

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kelseymh11010010110

Reply 10 years ago

Cool!

Jokes are much funnier to people who don't need them explained

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Goodhart

10 years ago

I kind of like the Maserati myself :-)

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duck-lemon

10 years ago

1969 Chevrolet Firebird
General Lee (dodge charger)
Starsky and hutch's Grand Torino
A 1961 Chevrolet Corvette
Aston Martin DB5

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NachoMahmaduck-lemon

Reply 10 years ago

. Psssssttt! Pontiac = [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firebird_(car) Firebird]. Chevy = Camaro.

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skunkbaitNachoMahma

Reply 10 years ago

I own both, and it still took SKunk Jr. a few months to consistently get them right!

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duck-lemonNachoMahma

Reply 10 years ago

Oh damn i meant that but i was looking at the posters on my wall and i was looking at this real nice Firebird which poster was next to the Camaro and i mixed it up, sorta like a Freudian slip but with posting =[

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Sandisk1duo

10 years ago

well that definatly closes the question

however, it is mean

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kelseymhSandisk1duo

Reply 10 years ago

You're right, it was mean (whether true or not :-/). Therefore, I've deleted it.

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JohnJY

10 years ago

1996 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Ram Air
Base Price $ 19,464
Price As Tested $ 25,993
Engine Type pushrod ohv V8, 16 valves
Engine Size 5.7 liter, 350 cu.in.
Horsepower 305 @ 5400
Torque (lb-ft) 335 @ 3200
Transmission 4-speed automatic
Wheelbase / Length 101.1 in. / 195.6 in.
Curb Weight 3452 lbs.
Pounds Per Horsepower 11.3
Fuel Capacity 15.5 gal.
Fuel Requirement unleaded premium
Tires P275/40ZR17 Goodyear Eagle GS-C
Brakes, front/rear vented disc / vented disc
Suspension:
front- independent unequal-length A-arm, coil springs
rear- Salisbury axle, coil springs
Drivetrain front engine, rear-wheel drive
PERFORMANCE
EPA Fuel Economy - miles per gallon
city / highway / observed 17/25/20
0 to 60 mph 5.8 sec
1/4 mile (E.T.) 14.4 sec
Coefficient of Drag (cd) 0.34

AWESOME! (**)
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_! !_

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KentsOkay

10 years ago

I do believe you are impersonating Rachet and Clank, but the BMW Mini, Z Series Corvette, Tesla, and Shelby Cobras

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KitemanKentsOkay

Reply 10 years ago

As I believe I may have inferred in the past, that BMW is not a Mini. It's not even small!

But, if we're talking actual performance cars, then I'd take a Caterham 7 any day of the week - round the track, it'll beat a Bugatti Veyron, for a thirtieth the price.

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YerboogiemanKiteman

Reply 10 years ago

Veyrons are NICE! Fast! but i'd take a Posi rear-end 85 RX-7 any day. My mom's boy-friend said his RX-4 (same engine) went 171mph by police radar.