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Yea mine came with them from the dealer. I think it is a part of the rallye edition. I also got power sunroof, touch screen radio, heated leather seats, etc etc. Heres an actual picture of mine

Okay. My Dad bought this car in 1974 for $375. He drove it as his daily driver for years and I grew up riding around in this. He spent ten years restoring it himself but then never really drove it

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Originally Posted by Domenic

Lamborghini Embalado, obsidian finish, dice, spinners, bucket seats, you know, the works



...and yet you still haven't figured out how to spell the name correctly! Did you buy it with your Amex Centurian card too?

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Not mine, but looks identical. 2010 dodge challenger rallye edition. No its not the hemi, I like decent gas mileage and didn't need to waste the extra 10 grand for a hemi Love the car though, looks great, nice ride, and has all the extra's that I like.

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Originally Posted by Goodfella

Not mine, but looks identical. 2010 dodge challenger rallye edition. No its not the hemi, I like decent gas mileage and didn't need to waste the extra 10 grand for a hemi Love the car though, looks great, nice ride, and has all the extra's that I like.



Those are nice looking wheels for an SE.......did your Dodge come with those wheels?

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I love rereading this thread every time it comes up. [quote name="jamo" url="/t/6833/what-kind-of-car-do-you-drive/378#post_353491"] 2000 VW Jetta[/quote] Still plucking along, somehow. My car's nothing special, but I've joked that while the car was made in Mexico, I've had to replace so much stuff on it by now a majority of the components could say "Built in Mexico, Assembled in Westborough," as in Westborough, MA, my nearest dealer. But I'm only 80 miles away from 150,000, so that's nice I guess. ;-) [URL=http://thesandtrap.com/image/id/218449/width/640/height/361][IMG]http://thesandtrap.com/image/id/218449/width/640/height/361[/IMG][/URL]
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Yea mine came with them from the dealer. I think it is a part of the rallye edition. I also got power sunroof, touch screen radio, heated leather seats, etc etc. Heres an actual picture of mine 198941_1876353152339_1346545174_2171680_1958370_n.jpg

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I drive a 2003 Honda S2000, have to take the driver out of the bag so it fits.

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Supercharged with Comptech running 12 psi boost with 415 whp.... I have so much fun running up on Vettes, Hemi's and all the big V8's...smoke em all.

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Originally Posted by Fraser

...and yet you still haven't figured out how to spell the name correctly! Did you buy it with your Amex Centurian card too?



what'd I spell wrong? and I was too busy having my trophy wife buff and wax with her shirt, I couldn't take notice of the name

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2010 Toyota Taco TRD Sport with Alpine head unit and amp, Clarions in the doors, and two JL Audio 10" subs hidden behind the back passenger seat and a 300 watt JL Audio amp behind the driver side. Perfect for a golfing foursome and all the gear.

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what'd I spell wrong? and I was too busy having my trophy wife buff and wax with her shirt, I couldn't take notice of the name;-)

It's Lamborghini "Embolado," not "Embalado."

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Nothing special for me; just a nice little 5-door family runaround. Fits wife, golf trolley, clubs and shoes happily, is cheap to tax, easy to find parking spaces for, reliable and doesn't guzzle fuel.

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Originally Posted by starrman

I drive a 2003 Honda S2000, have to take the driver out of the bag so it fits.

Supercharged with Comptech running 12 psi boost with 415 whp.... I have so much fun running up on Vettes, Hemi's and all the big V8's...smoke em all.


Awesome car man! I had a 2001 Integra Type R, fully built, turbo, then some asshat thieves decided to steal it

Loved my car, handled great, and fast! Loved messing with the v8's too

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