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The New Honda Truck.

This is a truck with a trunk. What a simple thing and the first time it's been thought of.

Granted, I've had a few beers today, but that is just awesome.

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do you keep the beers in the truck trunk
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what's the name of it?

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The Ridgeline? That heavily advertised pickup-esque thing that was all over last year's Super Bowl?

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I vote for the new Batmobile!

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The Chevrolet El Camino. All years from the late 50s to the late 80s, no question about it.

Secondly, 1993, 1995 and 1996 Oldsmobile Cieras.

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I've owned three Toyotas. I drove each one over 300,000 miles with the original engine. My last one, a Camry, had 363,000 miles on it and it still ran great when I traded it in. They are amazing cars.

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toyota's great, but the trucks are over-priced...get nearly as durable a vehicle with Nissan at roughly 50 cents on the dollar...

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quote:
Originally posted by DWE:
The Chevrolet El Camino. All years from the late 50s to the late 80s, no question about it.

Secondly, 1993, 1995 and 1996 Oldsmobile Cieras.

My grandfather(Don Beagel) collected El Camino's back in the day. He's up in Heaven now. Passed away two years ago at 88, he started his own business.

Check out Don's Automotive Mall if you need parts for a vehicle:

http://www.donsauto.com/

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McLaren F1... no question

or the SLR

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quote:
Originally posted by Peaser01:
quote:
Originally posted by DWE:
The Chevrolet El Camino. All years from the late 50s to the late 80s, no question about it.

Secondly, 1993, 1995 and 1996 Oldsmobile Cieras.

My grandfather(Don Beagel) collected El Camino's back in the day. He's up in Heaven now. Passed away two years ago at 88, he started his own business.

Check out Don's Automotive Mall if you need parts for a vehicle:

http://www.donsauto.com/

Yeah, thanks Peaser01. I picked me up a superclean, nearly new metallic brown 86 El Camino Super Sport with under 36,000 original miles when I bought it almost exactly a year ago from a 90 year old man in Odessa, Texas. Could not believe how new and flawless this truck was when I first looked at it. Not a ding, not a scratch, runs perfectly. This Chevy doesn't need anything BUT if I do, I'll check the website out. Thanks again!

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quote:
Originally posted by DWE:
quote:
Originally posted by Peaser01:
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Originally posted by DWE:
The Chevrolet El Camino. All years from the late 50s to the late 80s, no question about it.

Secondly, 1993, 1995 and 1996 Oldsmobile Cieras.

My grandfather(Don Beagel) collected El Camino's back in the day. He's up in Heaven now. Passed away two years ago at 88, he started his own business.

Check out Don's Automotive Mall if you need parts for a vehicle:

http://www.donsauto.com/

Yeah, thanks Peaser01. I picked me up a superclean, nearly new metallic brown 86 El Camino Super Sport with under 36,000 original miles when I bought it almost exactly a year ago from a 90 year old man in Odessa, Texas. Could not believe how new and flawless this truck was when I first looked at it. Not a ding, not a scratch, runs perfectly. This Chevy doesn't need anything BUT if it does, I'll check the website out. Thanks again!


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so...if somebody disagrees with you on this thread--you gonna wish 'em death in a car-wreck?

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Someone find a 93, 95 or 96 Oldsmobile Ciera in brand spankin' new condition!!! Paying CASH!

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quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
so...if somebody disagrees with you on this thread--you gonna wish 'em death in a car-wreck?

Hey man... With all do respect, I'm on this thread to talk about cars. If you'd like to continue talking about right versus left, go back to the Pat Robertson thread. I'm here for car and truck talk.

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quote:
Originally posted by DWE:
Someone find me a 93, 95 or 96 Oldsmobile Ciera in brand spankin' new condition!!! Paying CASH!



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quote:
Originally posted by DWE:
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
so...if somebody disagrees with you on this thread--you gonna wish 'em death in a car-wreck?

Hey man... With all do respect, I'm on this thread to talk about cars. If you'd like to continue talking about right versus left, go back to the Pat Robertson thread. I'm here for car and truck talk.
no way, dude--this is about right vs wrong: what you posted over there is wayyy outta line...

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So you're going to sit there and tell me how wrong I am for having a personal preference for Chevy El Caminos of all years?

You people are the ones out of line for your promotion of perverse gay filth! I'm just trying to have you people understand that the blood of Jesus Christ can save people like you and your friends from thinking the way you do.

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no...no cars involved--your wishing death on a fellow poster is the issue

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The new Corvette Z06

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The new Corvette Z06 is the highest-performance automobile in Chevrolet or GM history. Codeveloped with the Corvette C6.R race car, which is engaging Ferrari, Aston Martin, and Maserati. A supercar by any definition. Soaking in racing technology from its 7.0 Liter 505-hp engine with dry-sump lubrication system to its six-piston front brakes to its carbon-fiber body panels. Power-to-weight ratio exceeds Porsche 911 GT2, Dodge Viper, Ferrari F430 and 575 Maranello, Lamborghini Gallardo, and Ford GT.(1)

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Ric, are they out, on the street?

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This is the fastest production car on Earth, so you should learn how to pronounce its name. KOENIGSEGG CCR. Sweet car, more technologically advanced than probably anything out there.

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Support for the above argument. Nothing can touch this car. And I believe it is cheaper than the Mclaren was.
CC8S SPECS:


Engine: Supercharged V8 | Power: 655 hp | Torque: 750 Nm Acceleration: 0-100 km/h: 3,5 s | Topspeed: 390 km/h | Chassis: Carbonfibre semi-monocoque | Body: Carbonfibre, Kevlar Aerodynamics: 0,297 Cd | Weight: 1175 kg | More Technical Data

CCR SPECS:

Engine: Supercharged V8 | Power: 806 hp | Torque: 920 Nm Acceleration: 0-100 km/h: 3,2 s | Topspeed: 395+ km/h | Chassis: Carbonfibre semi-monocoque | Body: Carbonfibre, Kevlar Aerodynamics: 0,297 Cd | Weight: 1180 kg | More Technical Data

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HI, pic available?

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lots of pix here:
http://www.koenigsegg.com/images/index.asp

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but will my clubs fit in the trunk?

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We don't need no stinking trunk! LOL

Now that's a nice toy glass.

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i'd never heard of it till Hilander brought it up...
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i been living in the mid-west/mid-south too long now i guess...

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TELL ME THIS AIN'T BAD CHIT..........

http://www.howeandhowe.com/videos/SPONSOR.wmv

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geez, look at the shop, lol--more sanitary than an operating room...

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quote:
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The new Corvette Z06

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The new Corvette Z06 is the highest-performance automobile in Chevrolet or GM history. Codeveloped with the Corvette C6.R race car, which is engaging Ferrari, Aston Martin, and Maserati. A supercar by any definition. Soaking in racing technology from its 7.0 Liter 505-hp engine with dry-sump lubrication system to its six-piston front brakes to its carbon-fiber body panels. Power-to-weight ratio exceeds Porsche 911 GT2, Dodge Viper, Ferrari F430 and 575 Maranello, Lamborghini Gallardo, and Ford GT.(1)

The Ferrari F430 would kick the Corvette's ass... no question...

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http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3979536766685136037&q=top+gear

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I could use one of them Rip Saw's.

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Wow. Impressive video to say the least. Corvette does have NOTHING on that car. Of course let's compare price tags. You definently get what you pay for. Matt
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THAT RIP SAW IS A BAD MACHINE!! O-60 3 SEC AND OVER 80 MPH.......NASTY......GO TO THE WEBSITE THEY HAVE RIP-SAW2 OUT.........SICK....... [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

http://www.howeandhowe.com/videos/SPONSOR.wmv

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