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what do you drive?

Discussion in 'Cars and Automotive' started by Daniel Johnson, Mar 18, 2015.

  1. invadersam

    invadersam Active Member

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    You know what we say
    Cars halloween and films, the best things since sliced bread, oh and disneyLand and South Park
     
  2. BigChris77

    BigChris77 Active Member

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    I'd never be rude to car lovers, I'm the biggest car nut going!
     
  3. invadersam

    invadersam Active Member

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    Good no drinkin and drivin
    Ricky i told you those chicken fingers were the expensive ones
     
  4. BigChris77

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    I'm lost... o_O
     
  5. invadersam

    invadersam Active Member

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    Yea I had to stick a trailer park boys reference in there
     
  6. mkt

    mkt Awesome

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    I might not be able to drift my car, but I can sure as hell scare people when I drive by. Thank you straight pipes.
     
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    Bob WDWMagic Q&A Premium Member

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  8. invadersam

    invadersam Active Member

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    I always have wanted to drift
     
  9. BigChris77

    BigChris77 Active Member

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    Ahh, one of those people who think that because a button says 'drifty drifty', it negates any need for skill..
    Ask your dad to demonstrate a 'scandinavian flick'. It's fun for all the family!
     
  10. mkt

    mkt Awesome

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    I know how to... but I presently drive a front wheel drive car, which makes drifting impossible
     
  11. BigChris77

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    Maybe not impossible. But certainly requiring a bunch more skill than I have.. o_O
     
  12. invadersam

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    I'll think about it
     
  13. flynnibus

    flynnibus Well-Known Member

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    image.jpeg For 400+ reasons
     
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  14. invadersam

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    They did it in Tokyo drift
     
  15. mkt

    mkt Awesome

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    A fictional movie.

    Also, the hero cars in that movie were all RWD or AWD (which are relatively easy to turn to RWD as opposed to a FWD to RWD conversion)
     
  16. invadersam

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    Yea I know it's true but I was just sayin
     
  17. Daniel Johnson

    Daniel Johnson Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    My first car was a 1980 black trans am...big old gold screaming chicken on the hood...those were good times. Until I wrapped in around a tree.
     
  18. BigChris77

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    God I loved those cars. Had about a dozen die cast models of them (what with only being about 3).

    Still have a massive soft spot for them now..
     

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