What do you drive? (car, truck, minivan)

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What do you drive? (car, truck, minivan)
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Posted: Jun 27, 2008 at 7:38 Quote
yep diesel, and theyre all over the place here in the uk, if you live in the countryside you see one at least on a daily basis, usually more often than that Fab hence my complete and utter infatuation with anything land rover. before that i had a 1988 range rover classic 3.9 litre Eek petrol Eek . it did about 17 to the gallon if you drove it REALLY nicely, more like 15 but it ran on LPG which is about half the price of petrol. it had to go though because when id have passed my test itve been impossible to insure it, but i DID sell it for £50 more than i bought it for lol

Posted: Jun 27, 2008 at 8:12 Quote
peeprox wrote:
yep diesel, and theyre all over the place here in the uk, if you live in the countryside you see one at least on a daily basis, usually more often than that Fab hence my complete and utter infatuation with anything land rover. before that i had a 1988 range rover classic 3.9 litre Eek petrol Eek . it did about 17 to the gallon if you drove it REALLY nicely, more like 15 but it ran on LPG which is about half the price of petrol. it had to go though because when id have passed my test itve been impossible to insure it, but i DID sell it for £50 more than i bought it for lol
thats awseome..just like ym first car
i sold it for 400 bux more than i bought it for

Posted: Jun 27, 2008 at 9:35 Quote
My summer car is a 1969 chevy chevelle, it gets parked in the winter and then ill be driving my parents vehciles

Posted: Jul 2, 2008 at 11:18 Quote
Here is a link to some pics of my Car since i dont feel like posting them all here again haha. lemme know what you think!

Edit, forgot the link haah http://forums.turbobricks.com/showthread.php?p=1874360#post1874360

Posted: Jul 2, 2008 at 15:39 Quote
finally found the car im getting, 2002 nissan pathfinder,ill post a pic in a minuet

Posted: Jul 2, 2008 at 16:00 Quote
peeprox wrote:
CarbonOS wrote:
peeprox wrote:
Heres my baby Beer Land Rover 1990 Defender 110. can't drive it for another 3 months though Evil . before i got it the 2.5 turbo landy engine was replaced with an iveco 2.5 intercooled turbo lump that chucks out way more power at a better economy. i can get 30mpg out of it if i drive nicely Eek

specs are: 2 inch lift, land rover discovery transfer box (higher ratio in hi for cruising but the same in lo) BFG AT 31 inch tyres, wolf military steel wheels, 4ft HiLift jack, safari snorkel, extended breathers, steering guard, chequered bonnet, wings and sills, blaupunkt head unit and 4 55watt speakers which is good enough to hear my music over the land rover noise.

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it has the capacity for 12 seats, but at the moment i have 7 in there and the other 5 are in the garage. i can fit 3 people and 3 bikes inside, probably a 4th person if i squeezed them onto the end of the bench seat in the boot. Im getting a roof rack for it soon, so bikes can go up there or people can go up there for sunbathing Pimp

Dream truck. ^^^

it cost me £3000, about CAD$ 5992.93 (according to the internet) which is cheap in the UK for one in this condition, they usually go for around £4000. The only problem at the moment is that it costs nigh on £100 to fill up (yes, nearly $200) Eek
such a sick vehicle for biking...i want one badly

Posted: Jul 2, 2008 at 16:11 Quote
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soon to be mine

Posted: Jul 2, 2008 at 21:55 Quote
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This is how I get to the trails and to whistler 6" lift with 35 " rubber on 20 wheels...living in the lower mainland it also has waterproof seat coversBeer

Posted: Jul 2, 2008 at 23:36 Quote
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-True Dual exhaust: 2 hi-flow Magnaflow catalytic converters, 2 thrush mufflers, 2 flo-pro 18x3 inch tips, all mandrel bent tubing, all new o2 sensors.
-Mustang bullet pedals
-KYB GR2 suspension
-35th anniversary silver gauge cluster bezel
-Cold air intake
-Chrome locking lug nuts
-Wheels are Chrome 17x9 front and 17x10.5 rear mustang bullets
-Tires are 275/17/r40 front and 315/17/r35 rear Sumitimo HTRZ
-4 new precision disk brake rotors
-Clarion DX785USB deck
-Bosch +4 platinum spark plugs

Posted: Jul 3, 2008 at 0:43 Quote
14brian14 wrote:
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-True Dual exhaust: 2 hi-flow Magnaflow catalytic converters, 2 thrush mufflers, 2 flo-pro 18x3 inch tips, all mandrel bent tubing, all new o2 sensors.
-Mustang bullet pedalshow in f*ck did you afford that?,car must a been 9000$
+what you put in 2000$
-KYB GR2 suspension
-35th anniversary silver gauge cluster bezel
-Cold air intake
-Chrome locking lug nuts
-Wheels are Chrome 17x9 front and 17x10.5 rear mustang bullets
-Tires are 275/17/r40 front and 315/17/r35 rear Sumitimo HTRZ
-4 new precision disk brake rotors
-Clarion DX785USB deck
-Bosch +4 platinum spark plugs

Posted: Jul 3, 2008 at 8:03 Quote
mover wrote:
2213719

2213719

This is how I get to the trails and to whistler 6" lift with 35 " rubber on 20 wheels...living in the lower mainland it also has waterproof seat coversBeer
that's a dope truck. I'm getting one like it without the lift and the tires

Posted: Jul 5, 2008 at 17:35 Quote
ive got a 1986 ford f-150 xlt
-ford 302ci
-posi trac rear end
-some baja tires (cant remember which ones)
-rare stock rims (its im possible to find them)
-custom tailgate that me and my grandpa built
im waiting on insurance money tho. im not gonna bother with paint because im gonna be goin in the bush alot doin fire wood and other stuff with it like haulin my friends around because they have a small car or suv

Posted: Jul 8, 2008 at 3:07 Quote
realmadrid246 wrote:
mover wrote:
2213719

2213719

This is how I get to the trails and to whistler 6" lift with 35 " rubber on 20 wheels...living in the lower mainland it also has waterproof seat coversBeer
that's a dope truck. I'm getting one like it without the lift and the tires

nice truck man

Posted: Dec 11, 2011 at 18:28 Quote
i drive a 2001 dodge ram 2500 6spd. HO cummins... hands down my favorite vehicle Big Grin


 
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