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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by The-Old-twingo, Nov 23, 2017.
my parents own this but with different wheels
That's in really clean condition for what I can see
Currently own two vehicles.
1999 Chevrolet Tahoe LT 4WD I affectionately named "Tanya"
221,840 miles, original Vortec 5.7L and 4L60E.
And my Current project car:
2006 Ford Escape XLT FWD 2.3L "Houdini"
Currently ripped apart because the motor has a hellacious rodknock due to being driven by my mother 4 QUARTS of oil low. In the process of dropping the motor and hopefully rebuilding it, if I can find the specs for the darned thing. Has 151,200 miles.
Why people keep assuming I like Italians?
2013 Hyundai Accent, 1.6 GDİ, automatic. Not much fun ,but very reliable. I don't know why, but had to take the car to shop to fix its driver side seat heating, no problems other than that. Still going strong with 88k kms on it
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Why would you not? They are very beautiful!
Oh man, here we go
2001 Skoda Octavia 2.0 Ambiente Manual, my trusty daily driver, 371 000 kms and still going.
1973 Tunturi 'Pappa' 2-stoke moped.
1984 Ford Escort 1.3LX Manual project car, needs few small rust patches, new fule tank and fuel pump to drive. Sat since 2011/2012, rescued this summer. All original, only radio is not original, but its period correct.
1982 Toyota Corolla 1.3 Super. Manual trans. Drift missile project. Got it for 40€ and overpaid. Absolute rust bucket and it doesnt even run.
That is it. (for now)
1984 Pontiac 2000 sunbird
which actually looks like that
And this, which looked like that
And now looks like this
I own my dads old 2012 honda crv right now it's not technically mine I'm just using it its an absolute base trim but the sound system isn't bad its by no means fast with a 5-speed auto and an 2.4L i4 but it has Vtec and is pretty zippy I'm planning on buying an 04 Acura TL with a 6-speed manual and a 3.5L v6
@21 years old, I currently own.
2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
1987 Pontiac Fiero GT (my first car)
1983 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
The Jeep was purchased after An old man totaled my 1995 Ford Mustang GT. The Fiero was my high school car, (yes, a 16 year old with a mid engine "sports" car was kinda crazy). The Camaro was my dream car since I was a little kid. @ 19 years old I found an almost mint 350 V8 swapped Z28. Fun cars that dont cost an arm and a leg to buy
I just bought a brick, a nice '91 Volvo 240 with GL trim. Gotta love that basic styling.
Just a low ls400
Nice collapsed suspension.
I've got an '01 Forester with peeling clearcoat and a roofrack, wheelhubs like to die every 50k miles because quality AWD but other than that it's a nice ride.
I'm on k sports
My new/future daily, need to fix trunk lock first.
1989 Opel Kadett 1.6s
Somebody broke into it and tried to steal it but failed. Broke trunk lock (wont lock anymore) , passenger door lock(stuck in locked position, wont open)and ignition lock(now car is started with a screwdriver)
i have a 2017 chrystler Pacifica, a 2018 ford fusion SE and a 2018 Ford ecosport titanium. All US Vehicles.
i got a 1996 Chevrolet Beretta Z26 with the L82 3100 paired with the 4T60e transmission. the only mods i plan on doing is the intake swap from a LG8 3100, and that's about it.
Also i own a 1990 Chevy Astro CL with AWD, its a tank.
2000 Legacy L
The 900 also came out in a 2.1l version, but that's a different story
And here is a tip for spare parts to a SAAB:
these are the ones responsible for all the new SAAB Parts
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This very one!