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Thought I'd start a new thread to help liven up the forums a bit.

Post pictures or stories about a car you've owned or currently own!

Here's my baby; a 2013 Infiniti G37xS Coupe

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2011 Dodge Journey LUX edition. When i have enough money, going to sell it and get a honda odyseey (mini van one) for the 3rd kid. My previous car was a new Mazda 3S 2010 6Speed hatchback. Well i guess i was cool once and got infected by Kids.

Nice car. :)
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2 litre Ford Fiesta ST 2006

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steering wheel is on the Right!!!
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steering wheel is on the Right!!!


It's because we drive on the correct side of the road :P

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She's been in the family for generations and was passed down to me from my father who inherited it from his father, who inherited it from his father who is the man in the photo. She's a bit creaky but still runs like a charm.

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Too old to be driving sports cars anymore. Been cruising around in a 4 ltr V6 2000 model Ford "Exploder" for the last couple years. Hoping to upgrade to a Ford Ranger or similar soon.
Funfact: The Explorer was nicknamed "Exploder" due to Firestone tyres fitted to 1990's models exploding, resulting in rollovers.

Not my actual car, but the colour scheme/specs are the same as this one apart from the leather interior and steering wheel being on the opposite/correct side :P
As an Australian I can do without my ass being burnt on the leather, it's bad enough the belt buckle and steering wheel being turned into torture devices on a hot day.


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Prior to this I was driving a 1992 3ltr V6 Mitsubishi Pajero. Montero for the Americans among us or Shogun for the Europeans.
Yes I am aware what Pajero can translate to, hence other regions changing the name. Nevertheless as my first off road vehicle she was a beauty to drive both on and off road. So many good memories of traversing the Aussie outback with her and my family.
Sadly had to trade her in as the A/C was shot and the bodywork starting to corrode. And I wanted a newer car.

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All these cars are so shiny and here I am with my rust-bucket 95 mazda protege.
Can't wait until I'm through with college to get my hands on a nice, shiny car of my own.

That said the car I have is the first one I've ever owned and I've had it for nearly five years now. It still starts up and moves without any problems and I'd take a working rust-bucket over a shiny car that doesn't work any day.
All these shiny cars still make me a bit jealous, though.

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Life_is_a_party wrote:
All these cars are so shiny and here I am with my rust-bucket 95 mazda protege.
Can't wait until I'm through with college to get my hands on a nice, shiny car of my own.

That said the car I have is the first one I've ever owned and I've had it for nearly five years now. It still starts up and moves without any problems and I'd take a working rust-bucket over a shiny car that doesn't work any day.
All these shiny cars still make me a bit jealous, though.


Nothing wrong with a rusty-but-reliable car! Just make sure nothing too important isn't also rusting :P

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Life_is_a_party wrote:
All these cars are so shiny and here I am with my rust-bucket 95 mazda protege.
Can't wait until I'm through with college to get my hands on a nice, shiny car of my own.

That said the car I have is the first one I've ever owned and I've had it for nearly five years now. It still starts up and moves without any problems and I'd take a working rust-bucket over a shiny car that doesn't work any day.
All these shiny cars still make me a bit jealous, though.


Nothing wrong with a rusty-but-reliable car! Just make sure nothing too important isn't also rusting :P


Yeah, if your headlights rust you're gonna have a bad time. Also, make sure to have your horn motor checked every couple years. If that dies on you it could be a safety hazard.

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