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    Quote Originally Posted by MOBirds View Post
    duh-duh duh-duh duh-duh duh-duh Batman!
    Oh man, what year is that thing? I may have to change my answer. I know the show started in '66, but not sure about the car.

    *Edit* Okay, apparently the first one was built in '65, but at least two more were built in '66: http://www.1966batmobile.com/ I'm in!
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    1979 was a crappy year for cars, so I'll pick a truck. I've read it's the fastest American-made vehicle at the time. Get the gear to the gig quick with style! And hot girls will come help you wash it, apparently...

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    It was a great year for cars...hard to choose...one of these two probably...




    Heck maybe BOTH!!!!
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    1964 Chevelle Malibu SS. took me a while to decide on this, especially because my grandfather bought a Mustang when i was born.
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    Quote Originally Posted by watelessness View Post
    1964 Chevelle Malibu SS. took me a while to decide on this, especially because my grandfather bought a Mustang when i was born.
    My wife's grandfather bought a 1964 1/2 Mustang convertible brand new. It had his name on a nameplate on the dash. It continues to be a sweet car, still runs, but sadly, after he passed the car went to my wife's uncle instead of her dad, so it won't get handed down to us.
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    I changed mine. Turns out there was no Judge package on the '73 GTO.

    If I can't have a Judge, it's gotta be a 1973 Carrera RS in green.



    Or white/red.

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    White red is sooooooo Bangin'!

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    Well, my first choice would have to be a '97 Firebird...



    My second would be a '97 BMW 7 series... such cool cars...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Rose View Post
    Well, my first choice would have to be a '97 Firebird...

    My second would be a '97 BMW 7 series... such cool cars...
    Well, I feel old now.

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    1954 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing - 'cause I deserve it!



    ...not hung up on the color - red or black is fine



    But more likely I'd rock this:

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    Quote Originally Posted by rugerpc View Post
    1954 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing - 'cause I deserve it!

    If I was born in '54 or '55, I would wholeheartedly agree. And as for my previous comments about where the 4x12 goes for gigs, if I had enough money for a gullwing, I'd also have enough money to pay someone to move my 4x12 around for me.
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    1974 Lamborghini Countach or a Ferrari 246 GTS Dino

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    1984 mk1 golf/rabbit gti I had one before and I regret selling it

    Either of these would do me on a nice sunny day




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    Quote Originally Posted by slowro View Post
    1984 mk1 golf/rabbit gti I had one before and I regret selling it

    Either of these would do me on a nice sunny day
    My grandfather bought a blue 4 door Rabbit in 1979, and they liked it so much that they bought another one in '82 for my grandmother. I want to say the '82 was a diesel and ran without any problems until my grandfather passed in 1999.
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    We had a '78 Rabbit. We rolled the odometer at least four times. I took that VW to college in the mid 90s.
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    My car was the most unreliable car I've had but by far the most fun. It had a 2 litre Audi engine on twin 45 weber carbs, a 1.6 scirocco gearbox and only had 2 bucket seats in the front. I loved it and drove it everyday, when it started to get temperamental I got the tools out and sorted it myself outside the house. Good times

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    XKE's are awesome.... on the odd occasion that they actually run...

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