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Man, thats a cool Trumpy!
Just completed a 600km gravel ride with a mate who has a Scrambler, what an awesome bike!
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1997 k1500 with a cold air intake and flowmaster duel exhaust. i want to lift it up about 8 inches but right now it`s my daily driver.
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96 camaro rs


and an 04 HD softail deuce


my last bike was killed by a volvo, involving much road rash and a few broken bones
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YOWZER!!!!

that had to have sucked.
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This is my 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4 V8 5.2 Liter bulldozer. Just hit 86K miles, so I'll be servicing it soon for its 90K tune up. Gets terrible gas millage, 11 MGP City, 15 City/Mix, 18 Highway. I bought a Kia Spectra about a month ago, but sold it back due to cost of ownership being twice as much as keeping the Jeep, even with gas prices (insurance for young drivers can really dock you).

As for as "perks", its got a towing package, its a 4x4, it had something installed where you can plug this box in to keep the engine warm in extremely cold conditions (forget what its called), Roof Rack. It's a nice vehicle.

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1994 Toyota 4x4 Pickup. 31" Aurora mud terrains, after market stereo. goes anywhere i want it to. even took it up a few quad trails.

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My project vehicle. Not the ultimate for gas mileage, but versatile and mobile.




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heres my lil girls daily driver
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and then theres my project car

and then theres me

still workin on my car and the trike has been done no my wire hang'n out
oh the car is a mr2 mk1 a i'm in the engige bay just cut just finished cutting out the engine mounts

Mid-engine, rear wheel, drive turbo addiction!!!
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What engine or mods are going in that MR2?
They're cool cars!
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My daily driver is an 1989 GMC 4x4 upgraded to over 1 ton specs. my Bug out Vehicle is a 1977 Ford 4x4 highboy removed of electronics and running a mechanical diesel system, no electronic controls for obvious strengths. They both pull my camper which is a very well insulated mobile command and can also fit my motorcycles along for the ride.

Everything is customized and looks like a normal rig to keep suspicion down. Tkink I'm paranoid? Maybe, but Wisconsin will take any freedom away it can screw you out of.

If I had pictures I would share. But suffice it to say that I also carry fuel storage supply for a hidden power supply and storage. Not even my family knows what I have ready. But I feel better knowing I am ready for anything.
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Te Hopo the mr2 mk1 is getting her fat sisters mr2 mk2 turbo engine the 3sgte that comes with 220 hp stock its a dohc with 4 valves per cylinder i'm also adding a liquid intercooling system porsche 994 brake swap to the rears with vw corrado brakes to the fronts ok i'll stop there cause i'll be going on forever long story shore i'm lookin for 300hp in a car that weighs less than 2100 lbs oh and the first car pic is when i first got it the ricer stickers came with it and are now long gone as with the shopping cart spoiler the new spoiler is going to be the stock one
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Te Hopo the mr2 mk1 is getting her fat sisters mr2 mk2 turbo engine the 3sgte that comes with 220 hp stock its a dohc with 4 valves per cylinder i'm also adding a liquid intercooling system porsche 994 brake swap to the rears with vw corrado brakes to the fronts ok i'll stop there cause i'll be going on forever long story shore i'm lookin for 300hp in a car that weighs less than 2100 lbs oh and the first car pic is when i first got it the ricer stickers came with it and are now long gone as with the shopping cart spoiler the new spoiler is going to be the stock one
Sounds awesome! :D
The MR2 is such a cool, sharp car.
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Thanks Te Hopo if you would like to see more the best mr2 site in the world is twobrutal.com its like this forum but for mr2's
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Thanks Te Hopo if you would like to see more the best mr2 site in the world is twobrutal.com its like this forum but for mr2's
Have you seen this one?
Looks interestig:D

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I figure, if it can take you somewhere few other people can go then you're in a pretty good shape.

I don't know much about cars but I know lots about Jeeps :D Like I mentioned in another thread, I am actually selling this one but only so I can get a Jeep I don't feel guilty cutting up. The next one will also include an offroad trailer.

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Have you seen this one?
I guess it was just too slow with only one jet engine.
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Here's mine: Should be done by June
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Looks like an awesome start.
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i love that truck, but with the price of gas over here in england, you would soon be broke.

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