What kind of car do you have?

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I have a 1996 Chevy Beretta Z26 V6 Sports Coupe. It has 156 horsepower, 113,000 miles, and the gas mileage is good for a V6. 21 City, 29 Highway.

Alright, anyone else can post theres, just try to post some detailed info about the car... if you know it.
 
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Right now I got an 01 250 HP V6 Nissan Pathfinder, 5 speed manual transmission with 4 wheel drive high and low. Get's 20 in the city, and i haven't tested the high way yet.

I'll soon be buying an 01 Honda Civic 5 speed manual transmission 4 cyl. engine. Not sure of the horsepower or any of that jazz yet. If not that then an 01 Toyota Corolla.

Japanese cars FTW!
 
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Damn, this is going to require some peril-sensitive sun glasses on your guys' parts :p

1989 Chevrolet Celebrity Wagon. Used to be maroon, but it's mostly a spotty grey now ;P

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KarrdeKNR said:
Damn, this is going to require some peril-sensitive sun glasses on your guys' parts :p

1989 Chevrolet Celebrity Wagon. Used to be maroon, but it's mostly a spotty grey now ;P

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Don't feel bad, my first car was an 85 horsepower 4 cyl. automatic '89 toyota corolla 2 door coupe. It was a light blue. Car sucked ass.
 
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Dewd In Ћe Newd said:
2000 Red Honda Accord EX v6 Coupe (3.0L - 200hp@ 5500rpm - 195 lb-ft torque @ 4700rpm)
1998 Silver Mercedes-Benz SLK 230 I4 (2.3L - 185hp @ 5500rpm - 207 lb-ft torque @ 1800 RPM
My grandmother has a 69 (best...year...ever) Mercedes 280 SL. :)


I will so make that car mine one day.
 
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1992 Mitsubishi Eclipse with modded intake, exhaust, fuel delivery, head and some other goodies. Puts out approximately 150 BHP. Good to 137 MPH. :cool: 5 speed manual, because only a man can use a stick.

1999 Pontiac Grand Am, plane jane . . . the wife's car.
 
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1992 Mitsubishi Eclipse with modded intake, exhaust, fuel delivery, head and some other goodies. Puts out approximately 150 BHP. Good to 137 MPH. :cool: 5 speed manual, because only a man can use a stick.

1999 Pontiac Grand Am, plane jane . . . the wife's car.
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98 Ford Taurus

Had a 2000 Integra GSR, flipped that, now I have meh crappy Ford. Next on the list, an Eclipse or Talon Turbo All-Wheel Drive model, with lots oh mods, gotta keep up with my friends 700+awhp Eclipse somehow ;)
 

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1998 Mitsubishi Magna Altera LS 3.0 Litre V6 - 188hp (141kw) at the engine (no idea about ATW). Done 89,000ks and returns about 500-550ks from a tank (71 litre tank)


 
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My ride is your mom, lol







2000 Escort SE, 32mpg :eek: maybe pics later
 
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I ride a uber-fast 1995 Maxima.

 
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I have an Honda Civic from 99





It has 75 PS ,5 Manually Gears + 1 backwards =O ^^ Oh and the Tires just look so ugly cause its the winterset. Im glad when the sun is out again so i can change back to the Alu. Rims ^^
And i love this car...
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325 BMW 2003 Touring 170 BHP Diesel(No clue wats that in english :S).

Gonna try to sell it and get a Peugeot 406 3.0 V6 Coupe though. Im in love wit dat car.
 
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Nothin fancy for me. I got rid of my 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager minivan (say what you will, for a minivan it drove well, and it was like a party on wheels when I loaded it up with people). I got me a shiny new '02 Mazda 626 in silver. Don't know much about horsepower but it's probably weak as hell considering I have a tiny ass engine in a v6-sized car. I do about 90-95 the whole 25 miles to work everyday and it holds up nice and smooth, though. Pretty good gas mileage though--30mpg highway 25ish in stop-and-go. Not GREAT mileage, but better than most of the other cars I looked at. What made it an irresistable deal was that it was practically brand frigging new--only 8000 miles on it when I boguht it!
 
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SaiyanPrideXIX said:
Nothin fancy for me. I got rid of my 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager minivan (say what you will, for a minivan it drove well, and it was like a party on wheels when I loaded it up with people). I got me a shiny new '02 Mazda 626 in silver. Don't know much about horsepower but it's probably weak as hell considering I have a tiny ass engine in a v6-sized car. I do about 90-95 the whole 25 miles to work everyday and it holds up nice and smooth, though. Pretty good gas mileage though--30mpg highway 25ish in stop-and-go. Not GREAT mileage, but better than most of the other cars I looked at. What made it an irresistable deal was that it was practically brand frigging new--only 8000 miles on it when I boguht it!
http://autos.msn.com/research/vip/overview.aspx?year=2002&make=Mazda&model=626
 
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skoda felicia 1900D
i know what you think but i like it cause it was cheap to buy and drive.
Very happy with my car:d
 
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Heres mine. (the green one)

1997 Toyota Corolla with a Levin AE101 motor swap, and some other stuff done to it.
 

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