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    What does everyone drive? Pictures? I still dont have my license, but I do have a truck its a 1976 ford f100. Im sorta restoring it, right now all thats left is to finish the body work. I plan on making it a daily driver once I can get money to pay for insurance. Which reminds me got to find another job.
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    I can take my pick between a 2004 Chevy Trailblazer, 2002 Saturn s1 and a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am. I like driving the Trailblazer and the grand am but I hate the saturn so my wife drives that

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    2000 Toyota Solara






    And YES, that is an LED blue light, and NO I don't care if you think I should have it or not.


    By the way, those are not blue strobes in the corner lights. They're those hyper white type blinker bulbs to match my head lights.
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    I still dont have my license
    I don't either, but i have a 1999 Nissan Maxima (black) and once I get my license, I get my company truck. 2004 Ford F-350 (red). Sorry I don't have pictures of either of them. But when I get my license I'll prolly be driving the Maxima b/c my g/f wants to drive the truck.

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    2004 Ram Quad Cab, 97 Honda Shadow 1100 ACE, or 2004 T-Bird Limited Edition Convertible. The last one is the in-law's for when they come up from Puerto Rico, no rental needed. In the meantime, someone has to keep it roadworthy, and it is in my garage. Along with tons of other $&^*.

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    1997 Dodge 2500 RAM, Cummins Turbo Diesel, 5 speed. Being a diesel Mechanic and a little bit of a hotrodder I turned the fuel from 215 horsepower up to about 325 Horsepower! 240,00 miles on it now.

    We also have a 1996 Impala SS and a 1987 Buick T-Type. (Same as a Grand National, just fewer of them made). I used to drag race it in the 1/8 mile, would run 8.20 all day long with a best time of 8.13! Not bad for an almost stock car with A/C and all.

    Edit to add: Pretty sad when my POV has more horsepower and torque than the county furnished POS truck!
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    94 Oldsmobile cutlass. It has served me well and has been realitvly low maintnence because I have kept up with the oil changes every 3000 miles or when ever I was bored. But I its getting to that stage in a cars life when you have to replace things. I have to replace the exhaust and valve cover gaskets this week.


    But I am in the market for a truck. Now that my trackcar works,I need a truck to tow it around. So this summer will be the last with the car.
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    Originally posted by stm4710
    94 Oldsmobile cutlass. It has served me well and has been realitvly low maintnence because I have kept up with the oil changes every 3000 miles or when ever I was bored. But I its getting to that stage in a cars life when you have to replace things. I have to replace the exhaust and valve cover gaskets this week.


    But I am in the market for a truck. Now that my trackcar works,I need a truck to tow it around. So this summer will be the last with the car.

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    '03 Chevy K2500 HD crew cab with a 6.0 gas burner. 14 mpg highway with a tail wind. Ouch!
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    Speaking of trackcars, someone close to me has one sitting out by his shop, wasting away. Same guy is retired from the Frisco and has a Frisco caboose in his yard! He had the the whole thing sandblasted and repainted a couple of years ago and it looks really good. I'll see if I can get a shot of it. I like them Alcos myself. Need to go back and ride the A&M again and get my Alco "fix"!
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    What?? No Alco on your roster??
    I was an EMD fan until I went for a cab ride, the crew ( engineer is a friend of mine)put away the GE's and they fired up the S-6 just for the hell of it. Boy, what a beauty.....I was converted.



    Need to go back and ride the A&M again and get my Alco "fix"!
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    Work Truck 1 - 1999 GMC 6500 Series Tandem Axle RollBack, Diesel, Automatic, Lights and Siren, Hauls a John Deere 450G Dozer
    Waaait a second..

    Did I see that right? Lights and siren on a commercial vehicle?

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    hmm...well i dont drive anything...and i dont know how to drive...and i really dont wanna learn.
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    Got my permit getting my license in 2 months. 2002 Ford Mustang GT,Silver,Chrome Strips. I'll put a pic on in a few let me find a decent one 1st

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    Reserve172 beat me to it...

    I was going to answer "my wife crazy but most of the time she doesn't need me to drive her 'cause she's close enough to walk!"

    My vehicle is a 98 Jeep Cherokee Classic.
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    The fleet at the Casa De Gonz...

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    2001 Ford Mustang (my son's pride and joy)


    It's neat that there are colors on the forum that match the colors of my cars!

    Now the dilemma...

    The F-150 is a no payments vehicle, the Jeep will be paid for in a few months, and I want to get a "toy"... one that will spend the winters of New England ensconced in my garage. I am torn bewteen getting a sports sedan, ala BMW 3 series, Mercedes C-class, Vovlo S60, Acura TL or going for the new generation of muscle car... the 2005 Mustang GT. The truck will then be used for the runs to Home Depot and Lowes, the occasional trip to the transfer station and winter driving.
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    2001 2500 HD crew cab 4wd Deisel, white with black
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