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    I am a bit of more of a car nut than boat/ski guy and Im sure some of you are too. Post up pictures of your other interesting toys, just leave the tow rigs in the other thread.
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    As a guy

    with a boring old lexus and ford super crew for the boat I approve this thread but have nothing to show for it..... where is your pictures so i can drool?

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    • #3
      I'll play, wifes new car.

      2013 Nissan Altima SV
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      Although probably not what your looking for
      James

      1989 MasterCraft TriStar 190 SE
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      • #4
        Originally posted by pmikler View Post
        with a boring old lexus and ford super crew for the boat I approve this thread but have nothing to show for it..... where is your pictures so i can drool?
        Figured it wouldn't be too long until I got called out for this, but the first reply?
        You are on top of things.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by j.mccreight@hotmail.com View Post
          I'll play, wifes new car.

          2013 Nissan Altima SV
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          Although probably not what your looking for
          Good looking car. I am more of the old and high milage German school than the responsible newer Japanese group. Im sure someday I will get tired of buying parts every month but for now its all good.
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          • #6
            check my avatar. looking to get it back
            1981 MasterCraft
            19' Skier 351W PowerSlot
            Long gone is the Trans AM waiting for another

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            • #7
              My new ride!

              Always wanted a Laguna Blue M3, older 911, Wooden Chriscraft and other toys but dont have time for em. Instead of those this is my full time hobby (besides boat)

              Just sold the old car a couple months ago. This is the new ride. (For those unfamilar it is all carbon wrapped tube frame with a race prepped GSXr 1000 air shift; 750 pounds, 180-200hp - Should go about 175 +/- at Road America classed as DSR in SCCA)
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              • #8
                She's been on here before, my 1981 Turbo Trans Am SE
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                • #9
                  BMW... nobody gets more out of a normally asperated engine than them... beeeeutiful!

                  Originally posted by kbrighton View Post
                  Figured it wouldn't be too long until I got called out for this, but the first reply?
                  You are on top of things.

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                  • #10
                    I should have never sold this car, it was tons of fun. But, it would have been terribly underpowered today @ about only 325hp; however, it was only ~2600 lbs, so light weight was key. Plus, the car always got a lot of attention - I always got complimented on it when I took it out for a drive. 1993 FD3 3rd Gen Mazda RX-7.
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                    2005 ProStar 197TT, #28 of 100

                    Broken Bow, OK vacation cabin for rent -
                    www.sipnskicabin.com

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                    • #11
                      my last sports car ... a 2008 M3 Convertible... Will be my next one too...for now my X30 will have to do.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ncsone View Post
                        I should have never sold this car, it was tons of fun. But, it would have been terribly underpowered today @ about only 325hp. But, it was only ~2600 lbs, so light weight was key. Plus, the car always got a lot of attention - I always got complimented on it when I took it out for a drive. 1993 FD3 3rd Gen Mazda RX-7.
                        Gen3 has always been on my wishlist too...

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                          My 1975 Oldsmobile Cutlass Salon
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                          • #14
                            No pictures, but I sold my 68 Bronco to buy my 88 Prostar. Even though I occasionally regret selling the old beast, our family has spent more time together in the boat in the 1.5 years we've owned it than we did the entire 15 years of owning the Bronco. I figure that's a good decision there!!
                            Not mine, but this one is in about the same cosmetic condition, maybe a little worse.

                            I'd swapped out the D30 for a 44 with disks, added power steering and hydroboost brakes, replaced the stock front seats with power seats from an 80's T-Bird and rewired it and installed electric wipers in place of vacuum wipers. I had planned on putting in an EFI 5.0 and 5-speed transmission, but it seemed that I never had enough time or money to do it. It was a great summer driver, but I wouldn't want to try to pull a boat with it any significant distance.

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                            • #15
                              My toy before the Mastercraft. Like most of our old toys, I wish I had never sold it.
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