What else do you drive?

Discussion in 'Other Cars' started by magnavahn, Jun 24, 2013.

  1. magnavahn

    magnavahn Vahn

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    As sad as it may be to some, many of us own a LHD or other mode of transportation. Post a picture of your other ride here.

    I'll start.
    I also drive a 1997 Honda Magna motorcycle
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    and a 2010 Mitsubishi Outlander
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  2. Speed Stick

    Speed Stick The Halifax kid

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    Oh the Outlander is a responsible choice haha. I don't know anything about bikes but it looks nice. I've got two JDM cars only. JZX100 and GC8A.
     
  3. Braden

    Braden New Member

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    07 drz400sm

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  4. magnavahn

    magnavahn Vahn

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    It is, but it's a little too 'soccer-mom' for my taste. Hence, I slapped on some rims, red brakes, and these snazzy mud flaps!
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    For some reasons I found that funny...I've ONLY got 2 sick cars. Awesome Speed Stick.
     
  5. IMPUL

    IMPUL Collector of fine japanese lawn ornaments

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    Venture Ridgerunner '90s era Malaysia manufactured steel frame.
    0-60: when I find a big enough hill
    Mpg: 1
    Annual cost: $0.00

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  6. Wolfd89

    Wolfd89 Last in, first out

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    awesome magna. Glad to see someone else has one of these. is yours the 4clyinder version? We traded in our beloved 06 Lancer this march for a 2012 Outlander. Its really nice to drive, but the back seats feel kinda cheap.

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  7. magnavahn

    magnavahn Vahn

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    I forget the model/trim, but it's the 3.0V6
    Does the job.
    And yes, the 3rd row feels like something out of a tent trailer...at least it folds flat!
     
  8. JamalS13

    JamalS13 I like cheese

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    My daily driver is a 1997 honda accord ex-r :)


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    And here is the inside


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  9. magnavahn

    magnavahn Vahn

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    I never made it to the meet today because I was busy buying this:
    New ride, Triumph Speed Triple
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  10. Greg

    Greg Local Grumpy Moderator

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    91 Prelude, but it's away for the summer since my wife won't be here for a month, and well...why both pay the $1000 insurance...

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  11. Speed Stick

    Speed Stick The Halifax kid

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    Haha I guess that did sound funny. I've had the GC8 for almost five years now and just got the Chaser last spring. So it seems just two is not many compared to Soren, Braden and some of those guys who go through 5-6 a year haha.

    I also used to own a 1991 GT FOUR RC prior to the GC8.

    Here's a picture of my GC8 since I never threw one up. This Fall when I park my Chaser and get the WRX on the road for winter I'll make a new thread for it.
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    And I really like them old 3rd Gen Preludes, so small and cool looking!
     
  12. AgentJ17

    AgentJ17 I'm an adult... man!

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    1990 Miata
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  13. Braden

    Braden New Member

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    Ahem.. 5 in 3.5 years. :p


    Darn, that's such a nice bike.
     
  14. magnavahn

    magnavahn Vahn

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    I'll post details in a new thread to stay on topic. Thanks man.

    Appreciated. I've been looking for an affordable and clean Speedy for quite a while now...
     
  15. Ihatedomestic

    Ihatedomestic I rarely post; mostly lurk in the shadows

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    Lately I've been driving around a snow scoop trying to rid my yard of all this white stuff that keeps falling from the sky.

    In the spring/summer/fall, I also cruise the lakes in my little Princecraft Ungava. Small and lightweight, like my CRX.

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  16. dagleykd

    dagleykd Kei fan extraordinaire!

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    Not interesting in any way, but.....my Daily Driver is a bone-stock 2009 Hyundai Accent hatchback with NO extras whatsoever....manual transmission, no power windows, no power locks, no keyless entry, no A/C, not even ABS! It has about 66,000kms on it as I write this.

    But (aside from getting stuck on occasion in our often-unplowed-for-days-after-a-storm subdivision), I've got no problems with it until I can afford something better - "Humdrum" is basic, but she gets me from Point A to Point B :)

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    My old DD, which I affectionately called "Beastie," used to be an '02 Subaru Impreza 2.5TS wagon - I loved that car. The body was fine, although I had to get some rust repaired on it at one point by the rear wheel wells...but when I had to get the front sub-frame and control arms replaced from them rusting out and THEN the rear sub-frame rusted out a year later, I knew there was no real point for me to put any more money into her...she had 175,000kms on her when I sold her.

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    Last I knew, the next owner had taken the rear sub-frame from his own badly-body-rusted 2002 Impreza and put it on "Beastie", so pretty sure she's still on the road somewhere! :D
     
  17. Silence*

    Silence* Shhh.

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    Aside from the RSX, If I'm feeling lazy or need to move people and stuff or just go 4x4 Hooning I have a 2002 Ferd Explerder;

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  18. rockasilly

    rockasilly New Member

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    Its not so much the "what else do you drive" its more of a what did i replace my JDM car with.

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  19. Dah_Hunter

    Dah_Hunter Looking over your shoulder, so you dont have to.

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    ^ who are you, Bruce Wayne.

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  20. rockasilly

    rockasilly New Member

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    I wish! Then I could drive something a bit nicer.

    This is actually at the museum in Edmonton.