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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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Still have the GMC CC 4x4, but have since sold the Expedition and had an F250 diesel after that.  Just brought this home last night.

1995 740i with 71000kms (44000mi) is the new addition.  Road grime/dirt behind the tires, the paint is actually pretty immaculate.  RHD Japanese imported 2 years ago.  My wife hates it (being right hand drive), so luckily for me, I get it all to myself!


My girls brother has one, maybe a little newer with a sports package I think. I know he just installed a 6 speed manual in it

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I drive a Man's car, 2006 Dodge Grand Caravan, Patriot Blue.  I can hold four sets of clubs easily, ten 4 x 8 sheets of plywood, a kayak (inside), two bicycles, an entire U10 Soccer team.  what else could you want in a car?

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Originally Posted by moparman426

1995 740i with 71000kms (44000mi) is the new addition.  Road grime/dirt behind the tires, the paint is actually pretty immaculate.  RHD Japanese imported 2 years ago.  My wife hates it (being right hand drive), so luckily for me, I get it all to myself!

Were Fred Sandford's vehicles in the background included as a package deal?

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Were Fred Sandford's vehicles in the background included as a package deal?

LOL!  Neighbors.....  There is a church across the street from me, and they have a community garden plot there, hence the tractor and water tank. Champipple anyone?

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Originally Posted by RobbyDuzak

Lifted2010 Dodge Ram. Good gas mileage for what it is


Honestly, if you are going to buy a fullsize truck then gas milage shouldnt even be a concern.

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[QUOTE][/QUOTE][quote name="GaijinGolfer" url="/t/6833/what-kind-of-car-do-you-drive/684#post_783773"] Honestly, if you are going to buy a fullsize truck then gas milage shouldnt even be a concern. [/quote] Why not? I know a lot of guys with full sized trucks. Mostly due to a need for their jobs. Construction and trade guys for the most part. None are so well off that saving money at the pump isn't welcome.......
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Originally Posted by Mattplusness

My pride and joy.


I really like this!!   I have a black Challenger, but mine has chrome wheels.   Black on black is a beautiful thing too. Black wheels on that car are badazz......that is a fine looking Charger!  I love it.....

When I see your wheels....I feel inspired to change mine....I like those....

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