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If you had $100,000 what would you drive?

Discussion in 'THE OTHER TALK' started by outskirtscustoms, Jan 20, 2012.

  1. KOTA

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  2. ZygoteLittle

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    The T-Rex is a formidable competitor on both the street and track, there isn’t much that can keep-up with one! And yes, they are indeed works of ART Kota!

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    Several years ago, they had a booth at the New York International Motorcycle Show – it, in my opinion, “was the best in show”. 8) + :!: :)
     
  3. bikebuilder

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    Looking at those from a top view make me think of a bike helmet.
     
  4. bikebum1975

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    Fully restored 1967 Ford Mustang GT 500 Elanor :D Biggest Ford power plant I could stuff in it loudest pipes I can legally get
     
  5. KOTA

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    Look Jose, another "hater" :lol: ........What are we gonna do? :lol:
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    .JUST KIDDING, bikebuilder
     
  6. bikebuilder

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    Hey, A fast, fun bike helmet. :lol:
     
  7. herku1004

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    I'm in a quiet strange situation here. I mean look at my list:

    Ford Mustang GT500
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    Corvette ZR1
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    Chevrolet Impala '58
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    Or... I'd pay some sort of team like welderup2 to create me exactly what I want. Yeah... Check them out by the way. They make stuff like this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CpjPIj1YF0M

    Well... It's a tough decision. But hey, if I had 100,000 $ I'd certainly have time to think about it!
     
  8. Baron von Zach

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    Since I was at the National Kit Car show, I have a new favourite. Meet the Ultima GTR:

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    Any SBC can be used for motive power, which means the cheapest serious bang for the buck imaginable.
    A 'factory' built and LS7 powered example set the all time lap record on the Top Gear test track - almost FIVE SECONDS (!!!) faster, than the next fastest car ever tested, a Koenigsegg CXX.

    http://youtu.be/CKX2KZruc3E

    And now the best news. Are you ready for this? The cost to build one exactly like the one tested is estimated at approx. 50,000 £.
    This will leave me enough cash out of 100,000$ to buy a decent example of another favourite car of mine - a '61 Imperial.
     
  9. Henry morgan

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  10. X2
     
  11. deorman

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  12. That's one taxi that's on time! Nice!
     
  13. Craiggo

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    all choices are... good.
    here is an experts opinion :roll: :lol:

    first, I must have this.
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    then I would get this.
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    then what is left over, build this.
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  14. MiniMe

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    1989 honda civic hatch back dx....... what i have now....... but new
     
  15. pick

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    This!

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    & still have about 50 grand left!
     
  16. whg1635

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    Forever the dream. Forever the sports car. Porsche 911 Carrera S (991),
    with 7 speed manual transmission, Sport Exhaust System, Sport Chrono Package, Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes, Sport steering wheel, full leather interior in blue, exterior color GT Silver Metallic (or maybe Carrera White), and Tequipment Fuchs wheels with color Porsche center crest.
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  17. Fahrrad

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  18. Nice but I'd have to have one of these parked next to it. To haul the bikes...
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  19. If I had $100,000 my yard would look like a VW dealership.
     
  20. jwm

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    Jumpin' Jehosophat!
    What on earth is that, and where in the dregs of the nsfw internet did those pics come from?

    ...and great googly mooglies, I just noticed that that two wheeled abomination has a Knucklehead motor in it!

    I say nuke it from orbit

    JWM
     

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