1. Post #121
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    gonedead0's Avatar
    May 2007
    941 Posts
    Probably the most powerful car I've driven, and the only one that's even remotely sporty. (V6)


    I drove it for like 5 minutes at an auto show.

    And then the supervisor I was with told me to get out of the car. When we switched seats, he turned the traction control off and fucking ripped it around the track we were driving on. Drifting everywhere.

  2. Post #122
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    September 2006
    8,277 Posts
    I love titans. And that their standard engine is a V8.
    Yeah,they're fun to drive. Can't wait till my dad gets the breathalyzer removed from his titan, I am going to drive that shit everywhere. Well, as long as I don't go broke from paying for gas It's about 90 bucks for a full tank of gas, it eats gas like a motherfucker

  3. Post #123
    Don't Worry, I'm a Marine
    UncleJimmema's Avatar
    October 2005
    2,979 Posts
    I'm from Minnesota, but I only drove the 77' corvette and my Trans Am there. The Challenger was out in riverside California. The mach 1 and GT are in Pensacola(where i currently reside), they belong to some lieutenants of mine.
    No, I'm not, but I've been at my current duty station longer than most of them have been in the marines that they get pared up with me to learn crap around base until they're able to go on their own. Funny how that works

  4. Post #124
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    March 2010
    3,486 Posts
    Got to drive something cooler than that Porsche the other day; an 05 Chrysler Crossfire. I know that it's a poor man's roadster, but it's just so damn fun to drive. Surprised me, since the last Chrysler I drove (02 Sebring) was quite awful. I wasn't expecting much. the only complaint I have about the car is that there's only one cupholder that I could find. Who designs a car with only one cupholder? That just seems insane. I mean, there's plenty of room for another inside.

  5. Post #125
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    June 2009
    6,054 Posts
    I think a car should have as many cup holders as it has seats.
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  6. Post #126
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    December 2008
    610 Posts
    I'm not a fan of the back...

       But it's called a fucking interceptor. INTERCEPTOR! DOES IT GET ANY COOLER?!   
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  7. Post #127
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  8. Post #128
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    March 2010
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    I think a car should have as many cup holders as it has seats.
    This. I also saw an 03 BMW Z4 Convertible, and that car had 2 cupholders (they were hidden behind the side air vents, and they popped out and folded down. How cool is that!?).

  9. Post #129
    Can i have a tital Dav0r?
    Dylan_94's Avatar
    August 2005
    1,887 Posts
    Yeah but those type of cup holders always break. Atleast, that's the idea i have had from my brothers passat, jetta, and my friends diamante.

  10. Post #130
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    May 2006
    2,110 Posts
    In the Impreza you get one driver's cup holder in the suspected place, but another one slides out of the plastic band between the middle air vents and stereo and folds down. It works perfectly, BUT if you were to accidentally close it while a can is sitting in it, it is scientifically designed to send the can rocketing into your lap and spill soda all over you.

  11. Post #131
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    January 2012
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    Probably the most powerful car I've driven, and the only one that's even remotely sporty. (V6)


    I drove it for like 5 minutes at an auto show.

    And then the supervisor I was with told me to get out of the car. When we switched seats, he turned the traction control off and fucking ripped it around the track we were driving on. Drifting everywhere.
    2010, or 2011+?
    Quite a big difference in performance of the V6 models between these years.
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  12. Post #132
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    May 2007
    941 Posts
    2010, or 2011+?
    Quite a big difference in performance of the V6 models between these years.
    Most likely the 2010 model, with the automatic.

  13. Post #133
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    WolvesSoulZ's Avatar
    June 2008
    4,148 Posts
    Slowtang

  14. Post #134
    Road Safari's Avatar
    February 2012
    60 Posts
    Subaru Impreza WRX

  15. Post #135
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    September 2009
    2,277 Posts

    was given an experience kit and got a whole day of track training at Estoril in a Ferrari 360 CS.
    First time i ever drove anything that fast, holy fuck it is SCARY.

  16. Post #136
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    December 2009
    7,970 Posts
    Ford Escort Cosworth

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  17. Post #137
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    lil timmy's Avatar
    February 2006
    2,291 Posts
    coolest car i've ever driven is a 1999 silver nissan micra

    i hate that car

  18. Post #138
    Dip
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    June 2009
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    Ford Escort Cosworth

    Those were never sold in the US were they?
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  19. Post #139
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    December 2009
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    Those were never sold in the US were they?
    I don't think so, since we had our own Escort, which was a completely different car. I still have no idea why Ford had two different cars for different markets under the same branding.

  20. Post #140
    Dip
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    June 2009
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    I don't think so, since we had our own Escort, which was a completely different car. I still have no idea why Ford had two different cars for different markets under the same branding.
    Just styling and handling preferences between continents.

    The EU prefer sharper handling and sharper styling (Though not by much on our Escorts).
    The US prefer a more relaxed, comfortable handling with more conservative styling (boxy), not forgetting those US federal bumpers!
    Though I prefer the American Escorts by far (Grass is greener no doubt).

    Was the Cosworth version above sold in the US?

  21. Post #141
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    February 2005
    4,326 Posts
    Was the Cosworth version above sold in the US?
    No.
    They sold the Ford Sierra XR4i here as a Merkur XR4Ti, but the European Escort and the Cosworths never came to 'MURICA.

  22. Post #142
    Dip
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    June 2009
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    No.
    They sold the Ford Sierra XR4i here as a Merkur XR4Ti, but the European Escort and the Cosworths never came to 'MURICA.
    Ahh right. A sales flop weren't they?
    Was it just the two Merkur's they sold?
    The XR4Ti and... the Ford Granada? (I can't remember the Merkur name)

  23. Post #143
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    February 2011
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    My dad's friend offered to let me drive it, but at only 14 years old, I was scared that I might accidentally wreck it.
    Jesus, that car was awesome.
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  24. Post #144
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    November 2008
    154 Posts
    Honda S2000 and a 400hp Mustang.
    That's it, sadly.
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  25. Post #145
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    September 2011
    3,239 Posts
    So a good friend's dad let me drive his car (He's really relaxed and all) which is one of these:
    Edit: I failed really hard with the tags.

    Freaking awesome
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  26. Post #146
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    July 2011
    88 Posts
    I forgot some more classic cars:



    (i hate that jaguar now because it sucks to replace 2 gearboxes of 2 jags in 2 weeks. HATE IT)


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  27. Post #147
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    Dennab
    March 2009
    2,583 Posts
    When and where did you get to drive a Ferarri 512TR? there are like, only thousands left, maybe less.



    a '99 Audi a4 wagon. It's the coolest car I've driven by default, and all I did was back it out of the driveway.

  28. Post #148
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    July 2011
    88 Posts
    When and where did you get to drive a Ferarri 512TR? there are like, only thousands left, maybe less.
    There's one standing in our garage where i work for a few months now, we haven't finished working on it yet since the owner doesn't need it and it's too busy I can drive it any day if i want
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  29. Post #149
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    Dennab
    March 2009
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    There's one standing in our garage where i work for a few months now, we haven't finished working on it yet since the owner doesn't need it and it's too busy I can drive it any day if i want
    Thats pretty incredible, I envy you.
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  30. Post #150
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    September 2006
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    There's one standing in our garage where i work for a few months now, we haven't finished working on it yet since the owner doesn't need it and it's too busy I can drive it any day if i want
    I hope you put it to good use i.e. pick up chicks with that beast
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  31. Post #151
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    July 2011
    88 Posts
    I hope you put it to good use i.e. pick up chicks with that beast

    believe it or not, lots of girls don't like it :( The interior isn't nice enough
    It is quite simple, but it's an old car too.
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  32. Post #152
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    September 2006
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    It's a ferrari, those bitches be crazy
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  33. Post #153
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    August 2010
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    believe it or not, lots of girls don't like it :( The interior isn't nice enough
    It is quite simple, but it's an old car too.
    I think it looks great. you can pick me up any day babe (even though I'm not a girl).
    Also I love the Jaguar but the one above seems to have some pretty interesting rims. I liked the originals better. those up there are probably better for whatever it's used for though.

    it's stylish.
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  34. Post #154
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    December 2011
    1,964 Posts
    swangas, yo

    Edited:

    Im sure DP has seem alot of them

  35. Post #155
    Mixed Sources's Avatar
    May 2011
    822 Posts
    My uncles friend who restores cars let me have a drive round an airfield of a jaguar c type.



    Even though it was very early 1950's technology, felt tight as a drum. You should hear what a 3.4 litre twin cam straight 6 sounds like when you belt it. hngggg
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  36. Post #156
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    July 2011
    88 Posts
    My uncles friend who restores cars let me have a drive round an airfield of a jaguar c type.



    Even though it was very early 1950's technology, felt tight as a drum. You should hear what a 3.4 litre twin cam straight 6 sounds like when you belt it. hngggg
    3.4? would that be the same engine as in this one:

    xk 120, came up to me since we have one of these in the garage and the owner wants an engine swap with a 3.8

  37. Post #157
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    July 2007
    2,300 Posts
    My sisters boyfriend has a yellow NSX. It was fun driving it around Pittsburgh and some stupid girls even shouted "WOW I'VE NEVER SEEN A LAMBORGHINI BEFORE."
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  38. Post #158
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    April 2006
    4,068 Posts
    Not the coolest out there, but for me it was. Drove my friend's BMW and it's surprisingly sturdy and rugged despite it being beat-up. Handling was perfect
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  39. Post #159
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    August 2009
    3,346 Posts


    ~swag~
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  40. Post #160
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    September 2008
    1,505 Posts
    I'd have to say my Dad's 68 Pontiac GTO Convertible, man it's a smooth car.



    Also my Ma had a 2011 Dodge Challenger for like a week (She got rear ended and her car was in the shop) which she let me drive once.
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