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    Default What do you drive?

    There seems to be a big lack of non computer/coding related topics here, so thought i'd break the mould a bit (only a bit, don't worry ).

    Basically (if you want) just list your mode/s of transportation (car/truck [+make & model], motorbike/pushbike [+make & model], feet [+ shoe type ]). I dunno. Up to you really.

    My rides:
    car
    - Nissan Skyline GTS-4 (R32)
    - 1990
    - 217hp, single turbo, 4WD


    bike
    - Um... Pyscho (sp?) something?
    - 18 speed with front suspension


    feet
    - My shoes (no picture sorry)

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    I can't be the only one who drives/bikes/walks can i?

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    I don't drive, and my bike's knackered. I walk a few miles every day though to get a bit of fresh air, but as I'm suffering from hayfever at the moment, I don't do that either.

    So, umm, yep. You seem to be the only one so far.

    Mike

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    Eek. I probably drive more than i walk or ride. When the Winter ends it could go the other way around. Just too cold to ride bikes at the moment. Temperature is ~5░C most days i think.

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    I'm a geek. You seriously expect me to get out?
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    1999 Mitsubishi 3000gt VR4
    340 horsepower

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    Niiiiice. Got any pics? It is the one with the big squareish spoiler at the back right? I've only ever seen one of them and they look beasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twey
    I'm a geek. You seriously expect me to get out?
    me too. but i ride a mongoose 21 speed, but it and my rockhopper (21 speed) are in little pieces right now. so i walk. dont have my license yet.

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    I've got an Aura Integra '97 - before they tried to make it look like a muscle car which it is, in a light weight sort of way. No pics handy. Car is a blast to drive and still, after lo these years, has a very nice suspension for high (or any) speed maneuvering. Moon roof and a nice stereo standard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustang-man
    Niiiiice. Got any pics? It is the one with the big squareish spoiler at the back right? I've only ever seen one of them and they look beasty.
    No pics right now. Sorry. But yes, it is the one with the squareish spoiler. It's pearl white. It has all wheel stearing, electronic controlled suspension, controllable exhaust note by a button on the steering wheel, and a spoiler and air dam that moves according to the speed you're going to increase aerodynamics. It's a pretty high tech car, and a lot of fun.

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