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    Let's see your ride

    One of my favorite topics! We love all things automotive! So let's see your ride!

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    Serge... I don't think you want to see my ride. :o
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    My ride:

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    Quote Originally Posted by randerson3024 View Post
    My ride:

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    Very nice Bob!
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    Quote Originally Posted by randerson3024 View Post
    My ride:

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    Bob - that's a beauty!
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    My daily driver is pretty boring (Hyundai Tucson) but this is one of my two fun cars....




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    Love those white wheels (with red brake calipers?)...tight look

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    Love the white wheels, too!

    Here's mine:



    2012 Audi S4. Chipped, new suspension, and new rims.


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    Yes, red calipers, but these wheels get dirty immediately. Going to get a 2nd set and have em painted dark grey. (i.e. brake dust color...)

    Love that S4. I've got a friend here with one, fantastic car!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonepub View Post
    Yes, red calipers, but these wheels get dirty immediately. Going to get a 2nd set and have em painted dark grey. (i.e. brake dust color...)

    Love that S4. I've got a friend here with one, fantastic car!
    thx, Jeff.

    But before you change wheel colors, Armorall has some wheel protectant spray out there, sort of like a spray on wax that really minimizes brake dust buildup. I use it on my wheels and I can go about a week without too bad a buildup. The white wheels does look sharp on the car! Just a thought.


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    My ride - 2008 BMW M3 - LOVE IT!!
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    Very nice Debby, and I like the color too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    Very nice Debby, and I like the color too.
    Thank you! It is fun to drive - especially on the track (I live only 4 miles from Miller Motorsports Park)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lildebs View Post
    M3.jpg

    My ride - 2008 BMW M3 - LOVE IT!!
    Nice! I had the same model, same year. It was a blast.

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    Hi Deb, great to see you here! Welcome to AS!

    This is the exact color I would have gotten had I gone with an M3. Love that blue! Unfortunately, I needed/wanted AWD so went with the S4. They have the most boring colors.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lildebs View Post
    Thank you! It is fun to drive - especially on the track (I live only 4 miles from Miller Motorsports Park)
    Alright, a fellow tracker! Isn't it an absolute blast?! It's how the M3 was meant to be driven! Any mods to your car?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Nice! I had the same model, same year. It was a blast.

    Mike
    A blast is an understatement! Especially when my other vehicles are SO boring (Suburban to get kids and tow horses around). Pop it in M mode, and its a grin for one ear to the other!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by socfan12 View Post
    Hi Deb, great to see you here! Welcome to AS!

    This is the exact color I would have gotten had I gone with an M3. Love that blue! Unfortunately, I needed/wanted AWD so went with the S4. They have the most boring colors.


    Alright, a fellow tracker! Isn't it an absolute blast?! It's how the M3 was meant to be driven! Any mods to your car?
    Thank you for the warm welcome

    That blue is beautiful. Yet I do agree with you with the AWD. With as much as it snows here, I am not able to drive it much over the winter and spring. We have a Subaru with AWD for that purpose.

    Going on the track is amazing! Have a few connections there, so not only get to play on the track, but also get to watch a lot of races as well. The traction control saves me, admittingly, and makes me that much more gutsy on turns. They have a nice LONG straight that I have been able to get it over 140 easily (I could push it more into the corner, but don't want to risk it). We should have a track day sometime!

    PS - no mods. I have wanted to do a cat override and exhaust, though (easy little boost with not too much work).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lildebs View Post
    Thank you! It is fun to drive - especially on the track (I live only 4 miles from Miller Motorsports Park)
    How fast you go (top speed) just for fun?

    EDIT: +140 Mph, got it! ...Not at that speed to get the kids though, or tow the horses?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lildebs View Post
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    My ride - 2008 BMW M3 - LOVE IT!!
    Deb...love your M3, I had a 08 M5 and loved that car

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lildebs View Post
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    PS - no mods. I have wanted to do a cat override and exhaust, though (easy little boost with not too much work).
    You know, with the M3 you don't need any mods to have fun at the track, that's one of the many great things about them!


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    Quote Originally Posted by socfan12 View Post
    You know, with the M3 you don't need any mods to have fun at the track, that's one of the many great things about them!
    Completely agree! I love the M mode button. You can take it off for a more comfortable ride, and turn it on for tighter suspension, and quicker response. Stock, it does very well on the track!

    While in the topic of cars, here is a photo of my hubby's car (me driving it, of course!!) Completely restored '68 Camero. Sadly we will be selling it soon, but it is a beast to drive. 500 HP to the wheels, and could SMOKE my M3 in a drag race (I would kick his tail on the track! No power steering ). Will be really sad to see it go

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    Haha, 500 to the wheels! That's awesome!


    Allen



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    Here's mine! Mercedes CL500






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    Used my transportation budget on Audio Research.

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    my VW R32 (I have pampered it since I bought in 2004) and last summer I picked up my other car, SL600 with 2,900 miles on it...some dude in CA with too many cars in his private collection sold it to me.
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    love it - even more green than a toyota prius!

    Quote Originally Posted by BruceLet View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceLet View Post
    Used my transportation budget on Audio Research.

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    Cool ride. Beats all if the above.
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    GREEN! This thing is that green it bites!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceLet View Post
    Used my transportation budget on Audio Research.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lildebs View Post
    Completely agree! I love the M mode button. You can take it off for a more comfortable ride, and turn it on for tighter suspension, and quicker response. Stock, it does very well on the track!

    While in the topic of cars, here is a photo of my hubby's car (me driving it, of course!!) Completely restored '68 Camero. Sadly we will be selling it soon, but it is a beast to drive. 500 HP to the wheels, and could SMOKE my M3 in a drag race (I would kick his tail on the track! No power steering ). Will be really sad to see it go

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    Debby, I love those old muscle cars !! I owned a 1970 Z28 Camaro as a teenager, it would run low 11's in the quarter mile,and it was my daily driver
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP View Post
    Debby, I love those old muscle cars !! I owned a 1970 Z28 Camaro as a teenager, it would run low 11's in the quarter mile,and it was my daily driver
    Nice! Low 11's is great! Did you hear about the new Z28 coming out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lildebs View Post
    Nice! Low 11's is great! Did you hear about the new Z28 coming out?
    Yeah, I did ! My last car was a 2008 Z06 Corvette, I absolutely loved that car, but I sold it because I wasn't using it enough. I regret that decision and have my eye on the new Sting Ray.
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    11s?! That's pretty damn fast!

    Love the look of the new Sting Rays! Great choice!


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    Re: Let's see your ride

    My 2012 Ford F250 Turbo Diesel on the right.




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    Here are 2 of them, free range and waiting for the detailer.
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    My 84 308 GTS QV, She's old but she'll hold!

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    Quote Originally Posted by M2wason View Post
    My 84 308 GTS QV, She's old but she'll hold!
    Like this one? Sweeeeeeet.

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    Here's mine and helps me afford more stereo gear.

    Fleetwood Deville by Oswald Mills Audio, Vienna Acoustics Haydn Jubilee, Wharfedale Linton w/ stands, Klipsch RB-75, Klipsch RP-160M.

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    Good point!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    I wish ....

    Guess there will be a Batman sequel!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonepub View Post
    My daily driver is pretty boring (Hyundai Tucson) but this is one of my two fun cars....



    Love those lil cars. A friend of mine has one. The Ultimate city car IMO (if you live in a crowded city that is). I have recently spotted one on the street in LA - I was not even aware of the fact that they are sold in the US.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lildebs View Post
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    My ride - 2008 BMW M3 - LOVE IT!!
    Girl in an M3 - that is an awesome look ! Trent has a similar one, doesn't he ?
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    My love affair with Honda Civics , this is my eighth one , just like Acoustat very reliable.

    1977 - 7463400482_30792848a6_z.jpg 1983 - 1983+Honda+Civic+Sedan+020.jpg 1987 - honda_civic-sedan-1983-87_r9.jpg 1991 - 1991_honda_civic_4_dr_dx_sedan-pic-47946.jpeg
    1999 - honda-civic-1996-02.jpg 2003 - 2003-Honda-Civic-Lx.jpg 2007 - lk_07civic_rear.jpg 2010 - 2010-honda-civic-sedan.jpg


    PS: Maybe just maybe the last one will be an Accord - 2013-honda-accord-ex-l-v6-sedan-006.jpg
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    Avantgarde,Air Tight,AMG,Studer,DeHaviland,Shindo,Kubala Sosna

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeinid View Post
    Like this one? Sweeeeeeet.

    Yes! That is sweet, what year is it?
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    Here she is! Taken at the Concorso Italiano in Moterey CA 2012
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    washed_truck_2010 by jleon92f, on Flickr My Pickup 158k Mi.
    Vintage System , Onkyo A-8017,JVC T-X200 Tuner,PL-550, Philips 406,Akai CS-F33R cassette deck,DCD-570 CD,EPI 100's, Teac A-1500 RTR.
    Vintage System 2, Heathkit AA-32, Heathkit AJ-13, Sansui SP-30 speakers, AR-XA , Marantz 5010b Cassette deck, Teac A-1500W #2 Sony SB-300 selector Box.
    Main System Carver M200-t power amp, Thorens TD-166 MKii tt, Marantz CD5001, ESS Heil Tower speakers, Gemini PA-7000 preamp, Adcom Tuner.
    Vintage System 3, Pioneer SX-850, Luxman PX-100 Turntable,

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