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 Posted: Thu May 31st, 2007 11:28 pm
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SUBARU WRX

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cool WRX! :)

on the weekend, i drive this:

anyone else into boats?

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I always suffer a great deal of hesitation (been flamed once too many times, I guess) in deciding whether or not to post to a thread like this...but, what the heck, I still love cars so here goes:

My daily runner - Yukon SLT (Love this one the most!)



My "other" regular driver - BMW 740iL (Has been sitting in the garage since the end of December! Had it serviced today and out on the road for the first time. Still a thrill. What do you think of the "old school" Momo Silver Arrows?)



My summer toy and pride and joy - Mustang 5.0 GT Cobra (Canadian)



My "other" new toy - Infinity G35-S Coupe (Just picked it up from the dealer two days ago; has all of 86km on it now! LOL. Haven't even had time to shoot my own photos.)



 

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really nice collection Policedog!  congrats on the new G35 hand6.gif

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watchguru wrote: really nice collection Policedog!  congrats on the new G35 hand6.gif
Thank you! I'm really looking forward to having this one around - and so is my son! ;)

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The lease on my Honda Pilot runs out soon, so I've been looking for a replacement.  Right now I'm leaning toward the 2008 Subaru Tribeca, which is due out late this month.  They've cleaned up the ugly nose and rear, plus added a 3.6 liter "boxer" engine.  I test drove the 3.0L 2007 model and liked it a lot.  It doesn't look very big but it's actually 1+" longer than the Pilot.  We'll see...





 

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My Favorite Vehicle is my 1997 Land Rover, but I also have 1992 Buick Roadmaster, and my wifes 2006 Chrysler Town and Country.  Also have a 1985 Honda Rebel motorcycle.


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My wife just picked this one up today...  Mini-Cooper... which means I get the Chrysler Sebring convertible.. woo woo...  :cool:






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Cool. :cool: My kid brother is thinking about getting a Mini C soon. ;)

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Don't know much about those except I drove the "ancestor" of that as a kid...the Morris-Minor.  It belonged to a freind...they do look like a lot of fun!!!

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MINI is the name of a Cowley, England-based subsidiary of BMW as well as that of a car produced by that subsidiary since April 2001.

The car, designed by Frank Stephenson, is marketed as a "retro" redesign of the original Mini, which was manufactured by the British Motor Corporation and its successors from 1959 to 2000. The name is written in capital letters to distinguish it from its predecessor. It is sometimes called 'The BMW MINI' or 'The New MINI'.

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Don't know much about those except I drove the "ancestor" of that as a kid...the Morris-Minor.  It belonged to a freind...they do look like a lot of fun!!!

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srh_pres wrote: MINI is the name of a Cowley, England-based subsidiary of BMW as well as that of a car produced by that subsidiary since April 2001.

The car, designed by Frank Stephenson, is marketed as a "retro" redesign of the original Mini, which was manufactured by the British Motor Corporation and its successors from 1959 to 2000. The name is written in capital letters to distinguish it from its predecessor. It is sometimes called 'The BMW MINI' or 'The New MINI'.

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Don't know much about those except I drove the "ancestor" of that as a kid...the Morris-Minor.  It belonged to a freind...they do look like a lot of fun!!!

Wasn't the "MINI" one of the cars/brands that BMW picked up when they bought Rover?

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