Picture of Your Ride V4.0

Brett

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Continuation of one of my favorite threads, don't post daddy's rides.

I'll start:

Just purchased a set of LT265/70R16 BFG K02s, waiting for them to be delivered.
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Charger

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Doesn't exactly count since it may never drive under my ownership, but picked this 52 Willys M38 up yesterday.

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No cancer that I've been able to find, trans and t-case shift freely and engine turns over. Bit of a mess right now but she'll clean up real nice.
 

EdMontt

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Recently acquired, 99' LX470.
Definitely needs new tires, and shocks.
Other than that, I can't complain at all, 164k miles young. It should definitely hold together for a good few years.
 

Venomox

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Picked this up yesterday in NY. Engine is a ticking time brap.
'93 FD RX7

Brembo drilled & slotted brake lines
BorgWarner S366 wheels
Tial external filler neck
Apexci power fc mirrors
Exedy fender flares
850/1300cc tweeter speakers

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Flystyle

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Picked this up yesterday in NY. Engine is a ticking time brap.
'93 FD RX7

Brembo drilled & slotted brake lines
BorgWarner S366 wheels
Tial external filler neck
Apexci power fc mirrors
Exedy fender flares
850/1300cc tweeter speakers

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Sick, you told me you were getting an RX-7 then never showed me anything, lmao.

OT: rusty shitbox is rusty shitbox. But it's probably the easiest "project" I've had in awhile. Took less than $300 to get it running, and now I'm just waiting on a brake caliper and drum hardware kits to show up.

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And literally a constant fight over the spring/summer, my not-so-rusty yet equally as shit, shitbox MK1 Rabbit/Golf

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Flystyle

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After a week of fighting with the drums, it's drivable! It's pretty solid especially for roughly $300.

 

corvette81

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So you own the PB? I am fairly confused due to the history with your dad and his company.


No car :(
 

Jeepster

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I own the 379.

I started in 2011 with the Green 2005 379. My dad had the grey 2003 379. pretty well identical trucks.

In 2014 I sold it and went to FedEd. In 2015 I bought his 2003 379 and he built the glider.

In 2017 I leased a w900 with Scotlynn. I left after a few months cause they were fucked. I came back and drove the glider for about 8 months while my dad drove the 379. In December we switched back to our own trucks.
 

AntoniD330

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Well there goes the story:

A week ago, after I've checked the oil, I've discovered my car has an oil pan leak. It's not a big deal, the job is pretty straight forward (drop the pan, reseal and the job is done), however, I didn't have the sealant compound in my hand, so I've decided to leave the job for the next weekend (this past one). I've decided to top off the oil until I've got the job done, since I have to use my car every day to commute in my work and my school (easly 150 km per week day).

Tuesday, after I've finished my work, I've took the highway and after ~40 km, the oil pressure lamp came on. Fortunadely, an exit was just around the curb, so I took it until I can find a parking spot nearby. After that, I've shut the engine off, check the oil, it was half full. Even after I've topped off the oil, the pressure was still low. Called a local towing company to tow my trusty car. I didn't sleep well this night.

My guess: the oil pump and the oil pump chain is completely shot (the turbocharger also suffered). Maybe I will repair it and turn it into a racecar or something.

This is the best car I've owned, and I was so pleased with this car that I've decided to buy an another one. Pictures coming soon.

2003 ?koda Fabia vRS TDI
1.9 TDI 130 hp
6 speed manual
A full tank of diesel (45 liters) is good for ~950 km of autonomy.
 

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allforthemoney55

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#1 is a 95 s10 4.3 auto 2wd
#2 is a 78 gmc c25 sierra classic 454 2wd with 4.11 gears
#3 is a 91 jeep yj 2.5 inch lift 31s 4.88s with tru traks soon to be on tons has a 2.5 4cyl and 5spd manual
#4 is a 93 grand cherokee 4.5 inch lift 31s 4.0 auto
 

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Once I can get my motorcycle back out I'll be repainting it laguna seca blue, and powdercoating all of the suspension components.

 
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