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Lunacy Automotive Thread

I'm Ron Burgundy?

Human Being
Post your past, present or future vehicles!
This thread is for all automotive talk.
Any motor vehicle...yes even scooters :scooter:


My current vehicle:
2013 Scion TC
2.5 L four cylinder
180hp/173 lb-ft of torque
six-speed automatic
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The hatchback is functional as the seats fold down.
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Front moonroof and glass skylight over the backseat
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Disrupt

Well-Known Member
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The Mighty Rex: 1989 Honda CRK Si (sporty trim).

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A few years ago, Honda's 2-seater hatchback was popular with import street racers. These are pre-purchase photos - the Rex now has (slightly) bigger wheels and lower springs for better handling and a stiffer sports car ride.

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Powered by Honda's D16A6. The air filter, exhaust header, catalytic converter, and and exhaust have since been upgraded for a few more horsepower.



Still waiting on the new ride. The Rex is smaller than a Mini (and much lighter), but it's still too much car with its four wheels, extra seat and environment changing emissions. The Electra Meccanica Solo is an electric 3-wheeler with only one seat!
 
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Stevenski

Enter the Dragon
Staff member
I have a love/hate relationship with my Francine. I love her but she can be challenging to live with day to day.

Francine "the damsel from Dieppe"
  • 2015 Renault Clio RS
  • 1.6L turbo 4 cylinder
  • Turbo back exhaust, upgraded intake, custom dyno tune, DBA performance slotted rotors
  • 132kw or 180hp at the front wheels (about a 22% power increase from stock)
Perfect in a big city or for a solid blat through the twisties.

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ataxian

In a BLACK HOLE!
Who the fuck buys a diesel Toyota anyway? lol
I have had. Many car’s & Truck’s!
My wife wanted a BMW!
Never own one?
The new toy’s are awesome!
The TOYOTA was more $$$$?
The BMW is a great experience!

Last night At the MOVIE ONCE APOND A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD = 5*********
With family from down-under!

Delicious = ROSIN from LEMON HAZE = civilization
UNION’s were good at first, until greedy animal’s ran them into the dirt!
 
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momofthegoons

Vapor Accessory Addict
Staff member
My absolute favorite cars that I've owned were back from the 1960's and 70's. Now.. don't forget I'm a Detroit girl....

These are not my pics..

My first car was a handed down 1968 Camaro that looked like this... God I loved that car. We used to drive up and down Woodward Ave. trying to see who could take off from the stoplight fastest... and race to the next one.

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The next one was a used 1979 Mustang Ghia that I bought. I learned how to burn rubber in that car......

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Sorry... I loved my V-8's.... so much power under those hoods. Gas guzzlers that they were. But hey... back then gas was only 17 cents a gallon. :idon'tknow:
 

ataxian

In a BLACK HOLE!
My absolute favorite cars that I've owned were back from the 1960's and 70's. Now.. don't forget I'm a Detroit girl....

These are not my pics..

My first car was a handed down 1968 Camaro that looked like this... God I loved that car. We used to drive up and down Woodward Ave. trying to see who could take off from the stoplight fastest... and race to the next one.

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The next one was a used 1979 Mustang Ghia that I bought. I learned how to burn rubber in that car......

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Sorry... I loved my V-8's.... so much power under those hoods. Gas guzzlers that they were. But hey... back then gas was only 17 cents a gallon. :idon'tknow:
My first car was a FORD Mustang 65 with a 302 motor.
I was a muscle car surfer dude during the 70’s!
 

just_tHe_fLu

they say im crazy but i have a good time
...yea its a 2012 camaro thats been upgraded... they only did 100 of them, mines #10 and apparently first that hit canada...

...inherited from my father a few years ago....


 

Squiby

Well-Known Member
My absolute favorite cars that I've owned were back from the 1960's and 70's.
Yep! My first car was the first model Honda Civic. They had yet to iron out the wrinkles and mine was a lemon. I bought it new and had it for 8 months. It never ran for more than two weeks at a time before needing some sort of service. It went through a couple timing belts and several electrical and other failures. Finally, frustrated and worn out by the constant inconvenience with it always going back to the shop, often via a towtruck, I traded it in for a real car; a cherry red Fiat Spider. I loved that car! She was my baby. It had a twin overhead cam engine, was fun to drive and I'm pretty sure that I could have overtaken you at that stoplight!

Here's an internet pic of it.
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A friend of mine had a 1965 Mustang at the time and had just had the car painted an emerald green with a shimmer. He was over one night and he and my husband (who owned a dark red Camero) got pretty wasted on beer and joints. When he went to leave I was concerned that he was too loaded to drive. His reply was that I was not to worry as he had just gotten new brakes. He was parked in the driveway behind my Spider. He got in his car, put it in gear and pedal to the metal, right into my car. Bam!! Drive not reverse. I don't think I've ever been so mad at someone!!! LOL! Those were the days!
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ataxian

In a BLACK HOLE!
Yep! My first car was the first model Honda Civic. They had yet to iron out the wrinkles and mine was a lemon. I bought it new and had it for 8 months. It never ran for more than two weeks at a time before needing some sort of service. It went through a couple timing belts and several electrical and other failures. Finally, frustrated and worn out by the constant inconvenience with it always going back to the shop, often via a towtruck, I traded it in for a real car; a cherry red Fiat Spider. I loved that car! She was my baby. It had a twin overhead cam engine, was fun to drive and I'm pretty sure that I could have overtaken you at that stoplight!

Here's an internet pic of it.
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A friend of mine had a 1965 Mustang at the time and had just had the car painted an emerald green with a shimmer. He was over one night and he and my husband (who owned a dark red Camero) got pretty wasted on beer and joints. When he went to leave I was concerned that he was too loaded to drive. His reply was that I was not to worry as he had just gotten new brakes. He was parked in the driveway behind my Spider. He got in his car, put it in gear and pedal to the metal, right into my car. Bam!! Drive not reverse. I don't think I've ever been so mad at someone!!! LOL! Those were the days!
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My 65 FORD down the 405 fwy after school to the NiXON WHITEHOUSE before the sun left the PALE BLUE DOT!
Aloha surf rack’s transported our surfboard’s while we hot boxed all the way THERE!
CONFUSED and SMOKED out?
CALIFORNIA was a dream once a pond a time?
White long hair was cool back in the daze!
SUNNY in winter 4-sure?
HAWAII was standard!
 

ataxian

In a BLACK HOLE!
I see we all like to go fast :headbang:

This is my next muscle car, 1996 Cobra Mystic.
The paint is so sick, changes from purple to green in the light.
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This has always been my favorite body style of the mustang, 94-98. I have an old video of my 98 mustang I’ll try to find.
Nice car!
My tribe had a exotic car habit?
Before all the touring, drag racing MUSCLE CARS was a thing!

My friend had many coat’s of paint before layer’s of clear coat!
Shine like the sun in AUTUMN!
All the tree’s?

My 65 MUSTANG was $500 in perfect condition in 1973.
Once in a road rage 110mph in the dessert was standard!
VANISHING POINT (movie with Steve)
CHALLENGER was a decent ride?
 
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