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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-14-2002, 10:39 AM
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my personal dream garage (practical though kinda)

1st car. 95-98 2 door neon coup w/ top cut off and custom convertable from eclipse spyder.

2nd car. 70 charger (step bro's) if i can drum up $5k

3rd. Toyota presuva. its a big box on wheels. its a 4 cyl with the shift right ont he engine hump mid car. seats 8 with storage. my first car. leave me alone. it was built like a tank. i sideswiped a tree and scracthed it a little.

4th. 85 1 ton truck w/ 38's. the usual off road beast

5th car. acura 3.2 or 2.5 tl 4 door sedan for long trips etch.

6th. gmc sierra 3 door. for daily driving

if i could get the money i would have these. so far i'll settle for a cavalier, a passport, and my jimmy.

theo

sorry i didn't mean to ramble, this actually sounded good inside my head.
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Well heres mine:

1972 Suburban coverted to convertable like a blazer and with the back cut off at the rear tires. Much like the one on last years TTC.

Deuce & A Half with flat bed with Michelin XL tires and factory PTO winch.

CrewCab Long bed pickup with sfa---->working on that one

WillysWagon with full tube frame for hardcore stuff---->working on that one too but going very slowly[img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img].

42' Scarab Deep-V with rolls-royce T800 gas turbine turboshaft engines. Mmmm, 2700 shaft horsepower......

Hmm, guess I should start collecting more cans...

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u'll need alot of cans for that
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Yeah, I calculated it out to somewhere around 12,500,051.

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1.) 69 Dodge Charger R/T or 69 Camaro SS, either of them Jet Black
2.) 83 GMC, with 1 ton running gear, 6 inch lift, TSL radials(working on gettin there)(run around truck)
3.) 76 or so, Chevrolet K5, 3 inch lift, 33 BFG M/T(RUn Around Truck)
4.) 91 S-10(with blown 383 stroker)(Race Truck [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img] show those import guys what its all about
5.) 91 Explorer(first car) with a kick'en system and stock everything else.
6.) 96 Chevy Z71 work truck, for towing and whatnot around the farm.
numbers 2,3, and 6 are the first to come, although if i can find 2500 i can get MY explorer back no one has bought it off the lot since my dad traded it off [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] i want it back, had a good stereo in it
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67 C10 stock daily driver
78 bush beater
79 crew cab tow rig
87 Grand National GNX
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My dream garage:



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<font color=green>I can do this...

1973 Blazer with 91 front clip. 1 ton running gear and all the goodies. Trail machine.

Mid engined V8 sandrail. Supercharged LS1 engine, race powerglide, Corvette D44 IRS.

1991 Chevy Crew cab 1 ton 4x4. Nothing fancy, 33s or so. Tow rig for the toys, sandrail rack on top and a 30 foot RV trailer to go with it.

1969 Camaro SS. A big block convertible please. Restored to factory perfection. Hugger Orange with white rally stripes. Weekend cruiser.

1969 Camaro SS or Z/28 coupe. All late model Corvette running gear, basically an old car with the power, comfort and convenience of a new Vette.

2002 Dodge 3/4 ton 4x4. HO Cummins, 6 speed. ANother tow rig. You said dream garage...[img]images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]

What the hell, a few quads too, worked Banshees and Raptors just for the fun, as well as another more managable one for the wife.

I'm sure there's a lot more...
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Re: my personal dream garage (practical though kinda)

OK, heres mine:

1 my truck (with sexy blonde female assistant)

2 wifes Tahoe (with sexy brunette assistant)

3 91 K-5, 4x4 (with sexy redheaded assistant)

4 2002 Rm 250 ( with sexy platnum blonde assistant)

5 anything with wheels on it.. (with sexy strawberry blonde assistant)

6 well.. you get the idea.. (with sexy dishwater blond assistant)

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your awful perty jason, wanna go grab a beer or 15?

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