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Thread: your dream car
08-10-2005, 10:29 PM #21
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I'll have to agree with Tanya....or.......1964 Impalla SS 409 4spd. A 68/9 Fairlane/Cobra with 428 4 gear would work nicely also.
God I need to finish some of the Supra projects......68 Charger still hasn't sold,Just found a line on a NewYorker with a forged crank 440,runs/drives -$200....Anyone in NW Wa. have about 6 parking spots they want to rent cheap ??? I need more room,LMAO.84 P-type, 7mgte, too many other mods to list, 20k miles on the chassis. 83 L-type, 7mgte/A340 swap, again, to much to list. 85 P-type, basicaly stock, DD.
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08-10-2005, 11:47 PM #22
If I had to pick just 1 car, it would be a street driver, that is semi comfy.
Stock wheels for ever. I freakin love those badboys.
08-10-2005, 11:59 PM #23
Mine would be the Ferrari F40 (mmm, twin turbo V8 goodness. Looks so nice too), but seeing as they arent all that common here, and i would never afford one if i tried.... A 2JZGTE Aristo with a Supra 6 speed bolted to it would do me nicely."SillyCar" - GA61 - 1983 Toyota Celica XX - SOLD (for parts)
"Canary" - 1978 Honda Accord - SOLD
"Panda" - MA63 - 1982 Toyota Celica XX Turbo - SOLD
"Mighty Marina" - 1976 Morris Marina 1.8 Super - Daily Driver
08-11-2005, 12:15 AM #24
my dream car, mkii supra targa built on a mkiv frame, suspension and 2jz 6spd....yeah, I'm serious, that's my dream car.
And for a sleeper, a 1998 corolla 4 doors, built on the celica all trac frame with a 500 4whp 3sgte......1985 toyota supra 2jzgte
08-11-2005, 12:48 AM #25Originally Posted by SilverMk2
Thats what that Thing was going down the road yesterday....What a MachineMark
08-11-2005, 03:16 AM #26
'65 Shelby 427. almost positive I will never own one, short of a kit car. as far as I know there are less then ten in existence
08-11-2005, 04:06 AM #27
08-11-2005, 11:30 AM #28
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08-11-2005, 01:18 PM #29
Gotta say I like the Lambo Murc too. Given I had the money, I think I might choose the upcoming lighter GTR version. Although a nice vintage 25th anniversary Countach would be ok aswell :-)TBD
08-11-2005, 01:41 PM #30
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