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Old 07-05-2005, 05:43 AM   #1
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If money was no issue, what kind of cars would you have? 5 max

mine:

1. 1984 Ford Tempo With a Taurus SHO 3.2 DOHC mated with a 5 speed <the sleeper>
2. 93-99 Bonneville SSEi with the works <fastest i could get while still being street legal>
3. 1967 Cougar XR-7
4. Maybe even an 87-91 camero

how about you guys?
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Lotus Super 7
Subaru SVX
Jeep wrangler loaded up for serious offroading
Audi Rosemeyer
Lincoln Mark V loaded with every modern featur eof the current luxury cars.
1969 Mustang fastback

oops, missed the 5 max, i cant bring myself to knock any of them off the list, its a 6 max now
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Late 60'* GTO
Road Runner, with the wing and horn of course
Cant forget a Fastback
Classic Cougar with the sequential turn signal lamps in the back
96+ Lightining

There are others, but I been seeing a lot of muscle cars the last couple days. Even saw a 67 white Bonneville yesterday, the exhaust on that thing sounded soooo sweeeet!!
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69-75 blazer mildly lifted
67-68 Mustang Fastback or conv.
67-71 GTO, Judge
93 SSEi, better than greenzilla
90-94 volvo 740 turbo with a lingenfelter 427TT
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10 Enzo Ferraris, cause 10 is a good solid even number.
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My dream lineup is a litle more practical then most...

My 97 bonnie running great and lookin great...
A 2000+ SSEi
A really big lifted truck dont care what kind
A hybrid car for the practical family uses
A beutiful corvette, any year, just gorgeous and fast and hot...
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'89 SSE with a 455 and 6spd manual. [never going to happen].
late '70s-early '80s huge car [continental, Bonneville, etc..] with an engine that has pistons the size of heads.
late '70s pickup, again with the biggest engine possible.
86-87 fiero 6cyl 5spd


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Ummm...

2000 Trans Am Convertible (Metallic Navy Blue...of course)
Chevy Cobalt SS
Dodge Viper
A SUV of some sort (actually really like the Santa Fe we have-so probably that)
hmmm...gotta think of my fifth....
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If money was no issue, what kind of cars would you have? 5 max
A chauffer and 5 limo'* each with it'* very own bartender.
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