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Old 02-06-2013, 12:45 PM   #2676
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Costs a lot. Since 08 I have had
So did you sell the wrx separately?

I don't think my list is as long as some, but i do have to sit n think about it.
And there is one Jeep in it somewhere.

In order is tough...
Lets see:
84 cherokee
85 mr2
93 mr2 T
96 impreza brighton coupe
00 2.5RS sedan
00 2.5RS coupe
88 mr2
86 mr2
88 mr2 s/c
91 mr2
03 WRX
04 STi
98 2.5RS coupe (V5 STi swap)
93 Civic Si
99 Integra LS
02 WRX wagon
03 Evolution
00 RSX
70 Mustang Mach1
06 2500 Ram
94 MR2
99 2.5RS coupe (v1-2 wrx swap)

I think that's it..
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Old 02-06-2013, 01:23 PM   #2677
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My list is pretty out of control.

98 Impreza L
02 WRX

I get too attached haha
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:19 PM   #2678
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93 Impreza L Wagon
05 Impreza 2.5RS
02 Impreza WRX Wagon
05 Saab 9-2X Aero

I sense a pattern here...
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:24 PM   #2679
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Let's see...

83 Tercel Wagon 4wd
91 Accord coupe
96 Ford F350 (worst mistake of my life)
02 Accord sedan
08 Impreza WRX
08 Lancer Evolution.
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Old 02-06-2013, 05:03 PM   #2680
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-96 Grand Am SE
-03 WRX
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Old 02-06-2013, 05:20 PM   #2681
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Let's see...

83 Tercel Wagon 4wd...
Hehe. Loved those things. Always wanted to see what one would be like with a 100+more hp from a 20v 4age...
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Old 02-06-2013, 05:46 PM   #2682
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Hehe. Loved those things. Always wanted to see what one would be like with a 100+more hp from a 20v 4age...
I loved mine. Went anywhere I pointed it. I read that engine swaps were problematic though because the tranny was the only one of its kind (similar to Subie trannys) and it wouldn't withstand much over 100hp.
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Old 02-06-2013, 07:59 PM   #2683
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I loved mine. Went anywhere I pointed it. I read that engine swaps were problematic though because the tranny was the only one of its kind (similar to Subie trannys) and it wouldn't withstand much over 100hp.
Hmm. they seemed pretty robust. Actualy pretty neat. They were FWD>shift>4WD. Got dang good mpg's with 60hp in a 1.5, iirc? Reliable as all hell. Ex-GF of mine had one for a bit and it got wrecked several times and over-heated and many other things and still soldiered on like no other...
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Old 02-06-2013, 08:25 PM   #2684
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Hmm. they seemed pretty robust. Actualy pretty neat. They were FWD>shift>4WD. Got dang good mpg's with 60hp in a 1.5, iirc? Reliable as all hell. Ex-GF of mine had one for a bit and it got wrecked several times and over-heated and many other things and still soldiered on like no other...
Yup. 1.5L 3-AC engine. Mine had 329,000 miles and ran a hell of a lot better than that POS '96 Ford I mentioned earlier. Great gas mileage, and could shift on the fly into 4wd. It always amused me when I had to wait up for my buddy in a 13 year newer car to shift into 4wd. No balls whatsoever, but it was a damn fun car. The power steering cap said Toyoda, the actual name of the founder of the company. Eventually it ended up with a charging problem. Battery, alternator and regulator were good, so I figured it was in the wiring, which I knew was a can of worms. Wish I could have fixed it and kept it.
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Old 02-06-2013, 11:23 PM   #2685
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Lets see...
...
I think that's it..
Lordy, I think you get to be president of the 12-step program club we need to start.

Fun cars:
'03 Lexus IS300
'93 Mustang LX 5.0 'vert
'06 Mustang GT 'vert
'07 Infiniti G35
iBuilt FFR Cobra
'06 Caddy CTS-V
'08 STI hatch
'12 Mustang GT coupe
'10 STI hatch
'11 STI sedan
'11 Mustang GT 'vert
'07 LeggyB

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'98 F150 supercab 5-sp manual
'02 Nissan Frontier quad cab, supercharged
'06 Tundra quad cab
'05 F150 supercab
'98 F150 supercab 5-sp manual
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Old 02-06-2013, 11:49 PM   #2686
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Wow, you guys and all your vehicles.. let's see for me... In no particular order:

87' Chevy spectrum
91' Honda crx dx
91' vw jetta
95' Toyota Celica
91' Honda crx si w/b16 swap
89' Ford Bronco II
04' Monte Carlo ss
97' Chevy s10 blazer
04' saab 9-3
97' s10 pickup zr2
91' civic hatch w/b18 swap
89' Honda crx si
95' civic w/b18 swap
04' Nissan armada
03' subaru wrx
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Old 02-07-2013, 12:13 AM   #2687
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Hey DeathToad, did you enjoy your 06 CTS-V? Any gripes about it?
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Old 02-07-2013, 12:19 AM   #2688
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No gripes with the V at all, I'd own another one in a heartbeat. They weight close to 4,000 lbs but that and the no-lows Bose stereo were its only drawbacks. 400hp and 400tq LS2 with a bulletproof T-56 tranny. Still have the 'Cadzilla' plates I got for it - with some flowmasters it sounded like a really gnarly grampa car. My paw-in-law has an '06 GTO with the same drivetrain but the Caddy was a better car in every way. With its traction control and 400-lb of rock salt in the back it was actually not bad in the snow either.
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Old 02-07-2013, 12:18 PM   #2689
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Bro dozer and a crotch rocket...better get started on the flat brimmed hat collection!
Ahahahaha My brother actually has a bunch of flat rimmed hats with the stickers still on the bill and everything. AND he spent $200 on some Ken Block Monster sunglasses. I could never live up to that kind of bro-ness.

On a side note, SLC is terrible for big trucks towing car hauler trailers. Already have to replace the nose fairing on my new CBR thanks to the superfast timing on the gates to the parking complex downtown. Oh well, that and an exhaust are already on their way!
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:33 PM   #2690
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:42 PM   #2691
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The '05-'07 Five Hundred was a boring car, but at least it was vaguely handsome with Audi A6-lookalike proportions.
That right there invalidates everything he says in the article. That was the worst read.
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Old 02-07-2013, 02:22 PM   #2692
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Actually i kinda agree with a lot of that, but they didn't take it far enuf...
Tiburon: both of those gen's sucked, but ironically the next generation of it was actually not bad looking. Then it turned into the Genesis coupe and got even better.
Acuras: that last generation before the late-2000's big-aluminum-shield-grill revolution were some awesome looking cars. The TSX and TL were sweet, then they killed the styling a few years later for the whole lineup... (and killed the integra)
Camaro: Realistically, both those sucked, the Camaro/Firebird styling died after '69. One of the best looking cars of the 60's, then.. trash.
WRX/STi: Well, of course i agree, i do hate the 04/5 fronts. But i do see how they tried to go back to a retro-GC styling with the 04 front. However, meh, still failboat. Tho for the article they really should have picked the new legacy flop... That was worse. The 05-09 were gorgeous. and then OMG!!! WTF happened?
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Old 02-07-2013, 02:24 PM   #2693
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Looks like I'm moving to Boise in August.
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Old 02-07-2013, 03:23 PM   #2694
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Does anyone want to buy an 03 wrx gauge cluster? I bought it off KSL a couple months ago and never plugged it in. Asking $30.
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Old 02-07-2013, 07:54 PM   #2695
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Looks like I'm moving to Boise in August.
you would do something like that wouldn't you....
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Old 02-07-2013, 08:03 PM   #2696
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Looks like I'm moving to Boise in August.
And so the dismantling of the club gathers speed...
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Old 02-07-2013, 08:11 PM   #2697
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#1- Really? Looks pretty minor to me. Not the worst in this list by far.
#2- Meh.
#3- I think it actually looks better afterward!
#4- I going to have to agree. A lip helps the blobeye, but without...
#5 (and for that matter #7-10) Ugly before and after.
#6- #1 on this list for me. That beak is hideous.
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Old 02-07-2013, 08:21 PM   #2698
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you would do something like that wouldn't you....
I'm a caged bird of an artist who needs to escape the oppressive shackles that are holding me down.

It's not the easiest choice to make, but the man is holding me back from being who I could be. Screw it, I'm Boise bound.


This has been poetry hour with me, Dylan. Join us next week for haikus about Native American struggles.
Here is a preview, titled "A Trail of Tears"

The god damn white men
Are making us walk and cry
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Old 02-08-2013, 12:52 AM   #2699
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I know why you're leaving...
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Old 02-08-2013, 08:35 AM   #2700
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I know why you're leaving...
Poon!!!

or whatever.

But Aaron's been threatening to move to TX for a while now. Still here. Jake moved... 45miles. Bout the only thing everyone's done lately is sell Subies...
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