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    My dream car:
    http://www.dallasracing.com/movies/6...PER%20BURN.WMV

    I'd prefer it in black, but this'll do.

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    78 VW superbeatle. not only could they drive, but they could float. i once saw a guy drive his (slightly modded) beatle off the peer in long beach. now that is kewl.
    "if everything is under control, you're not going fast enough!"

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    Originally posted by Maveric:
    <STRONG>Well it is easy for me! This exact Dodge Viper or the '96-'98 Dodge Viper Coupe. Ever since I was lucky enough to be stuck behind one in traffic, I fell in love with it. I acually followed it for 10 miles before he lost me on the highway. </STRONG>

    i got a chance to drive a viper once. this was when they were just a year or so old. no coupes, just the canvas roofs, sidepipes, removable windows, etc. i was only 16 at the time, so it was definitely cool. unfortunately, i never got out of second gear since i only drove it around town.

    my dad took it out on the blue route here in southeastern pa. he had it at 120mph in third gear, leaving 3 more forward gears to go.

    unbelievabley, the guy that lent it to my dad for the day let someone else use it a few months later. he totaled it.

    i also got a chance to drive a 98 porsche 911 and some 80's ferrari. both nice cars, but nothing beats that viper. the only thing that comes close to it for raw acceleration that i have ever driven is my 468ci '67 camaro.

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    I will have to second the DeLorean. I believe it to be one of the most unique cars ever produced by man. I once saw a DeLorean with a Cadalac Northstar V8 mounted in it at a car show. Man, was that SWEET.

    Either the DeLorean or a Lotus Esprite V8 Twin Turbo.
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    Truck choice - Hummer (yes, call me "victim")

    Car choice - McLaren F1

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    I would most definately have to say a Hummer.
    They have this huge panel next to the driver for putting stereos, etc. in, and I would put everything from a Stereo, EQ, scanner in.
    I would want the biggest tires you could find. Leather upholstry, and the whole rear. would be nothing buy 12" Subs. Nothing beats a 400mile cruising Range + secondary fuel tank for an extra 400 miles. And its diesel, which is usually cheaper than gas.

    If I couldn't get one of those, I would go with a 2002 Suburban. Fully loaded.
    I'm not much into sports cars.

    If I couldn't get an SUV, I would have to go with a 2002 Lincoln Continental, Moon Roof, leather, and the biggest Amp I could fit in the trunk.
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    In a 96 Grand Prix SE.

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    Mmmmm, Ferarri 360 spider.


    However, in the realm of realism, A 1995 Toyota MR2 Turbo. 220 HP turbo 4cyl, rear engine, RWD, Fun These can be had for $10-15K

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    well, I would have a hard time choosing nr2. nr1 for me, is a cadillac '59 convertible. surprised no-one mentioned this one. I've been in love with those for as I long as I can remember.

    for nr2... well if it has too be a new car it's a aston martin vanquish...poeh what a car... If it doesn't well take your pick e-type, xk140, xk120 (convertibles) '58 ford skyline.. any american car build between 1950-1960 for that matter.

    I don't know really I a real car-nutter, any car would do, as long as it has a personality, would want a car everybody drives think that goes for all of us here.

    to keep it short... caddy'59!
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    well mine is a NISSAN 180SX SR20DET 5 spd manual,red,and mp3'ed. and i get to drive it every day. cheap,reliable, and fast..
    o-100 Kmh 6 sec. 14.2 1/4 , before any mods ;-)))))
    Volvo V40 Phase 2 2002. T4 turbo upgrade.... currently no mp3 or carputer..... researching options

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    A hummer sounds good to me

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