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hey everyone..i know this is a reef forum but reefing isn't my only love..i also love cars!! :) so thought i'd start a car thread(at least i wasn't aware of one before)..so post pics and specs of your car

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i have a 1981 camaro that im restoring(slowly..lol)

 

350 V8

flowmaster exhaust

edelbrok intake and carb

MSD ignition

Panasonic Reciever

Infinity rear speakers

Kicker sub and amp

 

By next summer:

 

Upgrade to 383 V8 (450HP and 450TQ)

ford 9" rear end with posi and 3.53 gears

4 speed tranny

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i have a 1981 camaro that im restoring(slowly..lol)

 

350 V8

flowmaster exhaust

edelbrok intake and carb

MSD ignition

Panasonic Reciever

Infinity rear speakers

Kicker sub and amp

 

By next summer:

 

Upgrade to 383 V8 (450HP and 450TQ)

GM 12 bolt rear end with posi and 3.53 gears

4 speed tranny

repainted yellow and get black racing stripes

new KYB shocks

 

Future:

new sway bar, cragar SS rims..more

 

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my350V8withmisdignition.jpg

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I just got a chuckle that the OP did not contribute to his own thread!

 

 

MadRed

 

2009 Subaru WRX STI w/ 18" BBS wheels and Navigation

no mods (yet (devil))

 

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*blamed the iphone, but it was the quality how I saved the pic.

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Here is my fun car:

 

1966 Triumph TR4A IRS

2.2 liter in-line 4

Dual Weber 40DCOE carbs

Headers

Lightened flywheel

other mods....

 

Sweet! I had a '74 TR6 for many years - stock with factory detachable hard top.

 

Current cars - Audi S4 Avant 6speed w/APR CPU upgrade and minor suspension mods. '95 Saab Aero stock and '88 Subaru GL10 AWD Turbo wagon - the ultimate Subie in my book! ;)

 

Other previous rides - '71 Opel GT, '88 RX7 GLX and '88 RX7 vert (love the rotary!).

 

Gotta get some pics one of these days (scratch)

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Sweet! I had a '74 TR6 for many years - stock with factory detachable hard top.

 

Current cars - Audi S4 Avant 6speed w/APR CPU upgrade and minor suspension mods. '95 Saab Aero stock and '88 Subaru GL10 AWD Turbo wagon - the ultimate Subie in my book! ;)

 

Other previous rides - '71 Opel GT, '88 RX7 GLX and '88 RX7 vert (love the rotary!).

 

Gotta get some pics one of these days (scratch)

 

My Dad is restoring that same TR6. Fun car to drive!

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My Dad is restoring that same TR6. Fun car to drive!

 

Yes indeed it was! Pretty nicely balanced car even though the technology seems really archaic by todays standars. The RX7s felt very similar but with a much more refined drive train... I miss rear wheel drive!

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Yes indeed it was! Pretty nicely balanced car even though the technology seems really archaic by todays standars. The RX7s felt very similar but with a much more refined drive train... I miss rear wheel drive!

 

mines RWD :D

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Sweet rides Darrell and Jason(dancing). No VW love found here Frank(sick)... lol.. nicely done for sure though.

 

thanks! yours is sweet too! im gonna take mine to the track, PIR, too :D

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My car isn't spiffy and fast, but it the first car that I've ever bought and I love it very much. Had it since February, bought it with only 153 miles on it (most of which I put on in the 3 days I took to decide that I wanted it).

 

'08 Hyundai Tucson

 

*Not my photo, but my camera is dead. LOL

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I drive a silver Accord and a gold Chevy minivan. I couldn't be more boring if I tried.

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I drive a silver Accord and a gold Chevy minivan. I couldn't be more boring if I tried.

 

I'll take your silver Accord and you can have my '86 POS.

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black

 

2004 e46 BMW M3 SMG outfit in carbon fiber, some work under the hood.

18inch volk rays.

 

2005 Cadillac escalade black with 24 inch black incubis paranormals.

 

2007 Suzuki GSXR.

 

crappy phone picture.

 

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stylasters cars

 

ok i have two of them

A 1970 mercury cougar xr7 sporting a 425 cobra jet engine, pumping out 450 hp :) when i fire this bad boy up car alarms go off for a block down the street

my other is a 2001 pt cruiser heavily modified using ram air injection, new cam shaft and new computer chip to push out 210 HP from a 4 banger

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ok i have two of them

A 1970 mercury cougar xr7 sporting a 425 cobra jet engine, pumping out 450 hp :) when i fire this bad boy up car alarms go off for a block down the street

my other is a 2001 pt cruiser heavily modified using ram air injection, new cam shaft and new computer chip to push out 210 HP from a 4 banger

 

now thats what im talking about! sweet cougar :D what rear end and tranny do you have in it?

 

yeah i want car alarms to go off down the street for me when i get my 383 :) and i want my car to sound like a airplane taking off lol

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tranny is the stock ford hydromatic 4 speed automatic rear end is 9" 3.91 gear ratio, with traction bars. This is a fun car to drive if you hammer it hard you can make the front end lift up enough it feels like your going to take off into the air :-)

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tranny is the stock ford hydromatic 4 speed automatic rear end is 9" 3.91 gear ratio' date=' with traction bars[/quote']

 

oh nice!! do you ever test your 1/4 mile with it ;) lol

can you post some pics of the engine and interior?

 

i was thinking of getting the ford 9" instead of the GM 12 bolt because of its greater strength capacity and i will need a strong rear end with an engine putting out 450 torque

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