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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by meirmusic, Jun 19, 2016.
My Dodge 91' Stealth. (not that exciting lol)
What do you drive?
No pictures at the moment. Current vehicle is a silver 2005 Pontiac Montana SV6
It's at the body shop right now, this pic is what it's being patterned after- 1952 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup, all stock, 216 inline 6, Swift red with black running boards, 6.50 x 16" Firestone reissues with 4" whitewalls on matching rims with chrome Chevrolet center caps- hopefully it will look this nice.
06 mustang. BBK air intake, reflashed computer, lowered, Hurst shifter, Flowmaster outlaws and some other stuff. It has just over 19,000 miles on it. Low for a 10 year old car. Trust me, you don't want to see my truck
I drove an '88 Nissan/Datsun D21, the famous hardbody, until I took it to get smogged and they told me I needed a new cat. Silver, no A/C, aftermarket stereo (the cassette deck stopped working), nice 4 cylinder engine for great mileage and a 5 speed manual shifter in the floor. The paint was kinda messed up, someone had keyed me a while back and there was some rust in the bed, but it ran great. Just did the brakes and cooling system on it, too. And the problem with the catalytic converter? The serial number had worn off one of the caps on it. Stupid.
Nissan was nice enough to take it as a trade in for a new Nissan Frontier. Silver, no A/C, aftermarket stereo because this was the cheap model and didn't come with one, and a four cylinder engine with 5 speed manual transmission. The perfect replacement, right? It's still not the same, but it's a great truck too. A little bigger, but that's alright. Here it is full of band gear, toting it to my new band's first show:
Found a couple from winter time, from when we bought it two years ago. It does its job....................
2004 Impala, just keeps giving me trouble(and car payment) free service.
2003 Toyota Landcruiser Prado. Or Lexus GX400 for you americans...
You can still see the paint through the mud. I'll clean it ecentually.
A dirty old Volvo Cross Country
Love that thing.
We got two cars. A 2015 Honda Civic Sport
and a 2011 SAAB 9-3 Biopower (i.e. it runs on any mix of ethanol/normal gas). It's such a pity that the SAAB company died just after this one was built.
2015 Dodge Grand Caravan R/T. AKA- "Vincent. Van, go!"
Replaced a 2011 Grand Caravan Crew last year. That one was known as "Jean-Claude, the Damm Van".
Bought this '15 brand new last April. It had 6 miles on it. You don't wanna know how many it has now.
Here it is exploring Joshua Tree last June.
Other vehicle is a 2001 HD FLSTCI.
Just another day at the office!
2016 Toyota 4Runner trail premium!
2002 Honda S-2000
2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Club version
But not today....119º
I prefer Saab to Volvo:
Faster, more economical, more practical, and easier to work on.
This is the oldest of four 9-5s we have, an '01 Aero 5 speed manual. We've also got an '04 Arc sedan in silver, an '04 Aero sedan in silver and an '06 wagon in black. All those 3 have the newer 5 speed automatic - you don't want earlier automatics IMO. Why so many? Cheap to insure in a rural area where they stay, and these will get scarce so you buy fresh ones (for nothing) while you can.