PCF Car Pr0n - Cool cars you have / had / want!

mattross1313

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Hey Folks,

I'm a huge petrolhead (or I believe gearhead is a more popular term in the US).
There must be some cool cars you have out there, let's see some pics! Been out to the US a few times and there was always heaps of cool cars cruising around.

My wife & I used to run a local Japanese Car Club, so have had our share of fast motors, I'll try and dig through the archives and look for old pictures - Supra's, Evo's, Zed's, MR2's etc.

Here are my most recent 2 Nissan's. Sadly the Nismo had to go to fund our new dining room :(

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hmmm...VW passat wagon?
Ding ding ding!

It’s a 2007. 3.6L V6, AWD, oversized brakes, Audi in sheep’s clothing. They didn’t sell many in this configuration because it was essentially an Audi with VW interior, but was priced just below the Audi by a few grand, so most folks went for the Audi. VW stopped selling wagons in the US in 2010, because they claimed no one here buys wagons. I wish they’d bring them back.

Audi is tempting me with the new RS6 Avant. It is a beast.
 

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This guy was fun for a while:
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And this little fellow is still a ball:

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... as is this:
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From the past:
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... and the TR-8:

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My late sweetheart was driven on the most famous racing tarmac in Europe, including Spa Francorchamps and Nuerburgring Nordscleife.
She did well on the very few racetracks here in Greece too.
I only took her to prostitution (Saturday night night-club parking lot) a couple of times in eight years of serious relationship (most of which relationship was spent on deserted twisting mountain roads, at 120mph (200km/h) on the very short straights, with some width and visibility).:hearts::hearts::hearts:
She 's up for sale in Germany and/or Belgium now.
I maintained her a lot more meticulously than my own body.
I am proud to have fulfilled an adolescence dream, even if, knowingly, I could not keep that forever.
 

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This was my 2010 Ralliart, the first brand new car I owned. I think it was 2016 when I got ride of it which was a mistake. Had about 4k left on the loan and it only had 32k miles on it. Bought in 2010 and I joined the military in 2011. It sat for a while at my moms house until I had it shipped to my duty station in Germany. I deployed a few times so I didn't drive it very often.

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This is my current car (2019 Subaru STI) that I bought stock (but used) with about 6k miles (has 13k now). I've always wanted a STI ever since I heard the boxer rumble of my friends bugeye WRX back in 2002-2003. I'm deployed again and this one's in storage for the next year. Coincidentally it will be shipped to Germany next year

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My favorite car I’ve owned is still the latest gen Miata (and they have since upped the redline/power, can’t wait to trade back), but had to trade in for something that better accommodates a car seat. I think I’ve helped thousands of my fellow Texans vastly improve their poker game

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Knew this forum wouldn't disappoint! Some serious metal here, good work folks!

Love a Mustang!! The new ones above look impressive. @TKEUofM what mods you running? Looks like a good size good scoop to make room for shiny things? @FordPickup92 loooove classic Mustangs, still got it? Got any more pr0n? :nailbite:

Just grabbed a few pics of my 350 which was sold when we bought our first house. There seems to be a trend of me selling Zed's to buy sensible things :( I loved this one, sounded so good with the Ti exhaust. We took it round Europe fora few weeks. Pic below from Monte Carlo / Monaco. The day we left for our next destination we checked out of the hotel at 05:30 and did a few laps of the F1 circuit. The street cleaners thought we were a little odd:whistle: :whistling:
We also parked it right outside the Monte Carlo casino for a photoshoot haha!

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A sampling from the past and two current...

My first car (I was 17 years old!) Yes, a 1972 Datsun 240z 4-speed stick with a manual choke, a wooden steering wheel & a wooden shift knob. Wish I still had it.

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I owned two 1986 Toyota MR2's (both 5-speed manual). Really my favorite car to date. Just so much fun. The first one (two-tone) was stolen and stripped. So I bought another.

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1994 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 convertible. 5-speed manual. Black w/gray leather. Exhaust sound was fabulous & acceleration was strong. Top down cruising & thumbs-up's from strangers all day long. 13 mpg. Reliability? Not Japanese, to put it nicely.

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2004 Scion xB Release Series 1.0 (limited edition). I owned two! First an automatic for three years and sold it to buy a bigger Toyota for growing family. Then via an eBay impulse buy, another for fun (this one a proper 5-speed manual). Shipped from California to Maryland. Still drive it. Can you say "future collectible"?

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2013 Fiat 500C Abarth. Italian, 5-speed stick, turbo, red leather, cabrio. Owned it six days. Bought it while alone, then returned home and took my wife and two boys for a ride and realized that a backpack barely fit in tiny trunk. Thankfully, the dealer took it back, minus $1,000. Lesson learned. (Cool & fun car otherwise.)

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2008 Toyota Sienna SE. Well, it seats eight and I can put four mountain bikes on top of it. Great family hauler.

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Pic below from Monte Carlo / Monaco. The day we left for our next destination we checked out of the hotel at 05:30 and did a few laps of the F1 circuit.

Like the hairpin shot! Didn't take one in the tunnel? :cool
 
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