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Old 03-06-2003, 02:48 AM   #31
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You could just do that to a Bonneville, why a caprice?
I'm working on doing as much as money and time will allow me on my current non sc Bonnie. The link here is about cars that we dream to have or play with,( in my opinion that is) . I've wanted to play with a Capric since I learned that the ole crusiers had the LT-1 under the hood and also had that confermed by looking under the hood of one. They're cheap and easy to find as well. And it shouldn't take too much to take it too another level as well.
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Okay I am going to get stomped but I'll say it anyway. I have 2 dream cars a Nissan Skyline R34 or a 1997 Toyota Supra Twin Turbo. (Insert Boos and Hisses here) Both are easily capable of breaking 700 horsepower. I don't know about the older ones but I know that if someone offered me the new viper with 500 horsepower or as much money as it was worth (129,000 can) I would take the money. With it I could definatly build an import that all you would see would be my tailights dissapearing in front of you. But I still love my bonne and always will
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I am definatly not a ricer, my bonne will always be number one but I do appreciate all coars on both sides of the ocean with each having advantages and drawbacks
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Hey the caprice is nothing to sneaze at ,260hp and 335 lb of torque.and that is before opening the air intake and MAF,That was my former car(now wifes) i think i have a total of 3500$ invested and that includes the purchase BUT if you think the Bonne is a good sized car try one of those!But beware of parking!!!Most parking lots dont like things that big.Some of my older buds have even put 502 bow ties in one I just wish i had the money ! BUT my new to me Bonne,EVEN after owning a Caprice(9c1)will not trade for just the sence of luxury and performance,if i really need to break every law-Ill just borrow my wifes. Jon
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Okay I am going to get stomped but I'll say it anyway. I have 2 dream cars a Nissan Skyline R34 or a 1997 Toyota Supra Twin Turbo. (Insert Boos and Hisses here) Both are easily capable of breaking 700 horsepower. I don't know about the older ones but I know that if someone offered me the new viper with 500 horsepower or as much money as it was worth (129,000 can) I would take the money. With it I could definatly build an import that all you would see would be my tailights dissapearing in front of you. But I still love my bonne and always will
Stomped? For what? For liking 2 EXTREAMLY nice and fast cars? Not by me my friend. My dream car is a Skyline GT-R R34 as well. Those suckers are jammed packed with features up the wazoo, as well as killer horsepower!
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good to see someone else with a taste for Japanese super cars. The R34 is an amazing machine
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I thought of a couple other rides I like, Cadillac CTS and Lincoln LS
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