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Topic: Favorite Car?
Message: Posted by: magiciangirl902 (Mar 21, 2004 07:06PM)
What's everyone's favorite car? Mine's a Mini Cooper. I think it's perfect for magicians (oh wait, that's on topic!).
Message: Posted by: thk5353 (Mar 21, 2004 07:45PM)
Bugatti Veyron or something like that, 0-190mph in 14 seconds. That's about the same time it takes my car to hit 60, also that car's top speed is 250mph.

For some pics of this sexy vehicle go to [url=http://www.bugatti-cars.de/bugatti/index.html]Here[/url]
Message: Posted by: salsa_dancer (Mar 21, 2004 08:19PM)
Aston Martin DB7
Message: Posted by: Reis O'Brien (Mar 21, 2004 08:58PM)
1959 Chevy Impala. Gloss black.
Message: Posted by: nums (Mar 21, 2004 09:05PM)
Dice I had you pegged for a Hearse, just my twisted mind thinking.

Message: Posted by: Jordini (Mar 21, 2004 11:12PM)
I love DeLoreans. They're the greatest. I actually had (this is on topic, sorry) this idea of fixing a DeLorean to look like the Back to the Future time machine, and I was going to make it float!! I was planning on having hydrolic jacks from the middle of the underside, and wheels that turn sideways, so when you're standing next to it and it's parked it looks like nothing is supporting it (because you would have to bend over and look under to see the jacks).
P.S. I don't think ITR would work to well on a DeLorean
Message: Posted by: Samuel Catoe (Mar 21, 2004 11:38PM)
The Hummer 4WD. The ultimate toy for a redneck!!

Actually my favorite is the 1957 Chevy Bel-Air. Fire engine red! I have a better chance of being able to get a Hummer in my lifetime though.
Message: Posted by: mvmagic (Mar 22, 2004 01:22AM)
I must be abnormal, but my fave car is the one I drive now, Volvo S80 T6 Premier. But I wouldn´t mind having a Hummer 4WD either.
Message: Posted by: abc (Mar 22, 2004 02:26AM)
My favorite is the new Lamborghini Gallardo. Smaller version with the engineering and engine design assistance of Audi. A great car I would love to own, but the money.
Message: Posted by: Reis O'Brien (Mar 22, 2004 01:32PM)
On 2004-03-21 22:05, nums wrote:
Dice I had you pegged for a Herse....just my twisted mind thinking.


Now you're talking! I had a chance to buy an old hearse once, but it didn't run too well and it was baby blue. Baby blue! For a hearse!
Message: Posted by: Jordini (Mar 22, 2004 01:46PM)
I HATE VOLVO!!!!! They're coming out with a new car with GULL WING DOORS, my favorite doors in the whole world, and it's a car designed for women. HOW COULD THEY!!! I mean, if you're going to make a car for women only, don't put on super cool doors that I want on my car!!
Message: Posted by: Andini (Mar 23, 2004 08:11AM)
MINI COOPER! Ever since I've seen Mr. Bean drive his yellow Austin Mini around England in his television show, it's been my dream car. I've never been in one but I hope I can fit, I'm pretty tall (6' 2" ish).
Message: Posted by: Mark Rough (Mar 23, 2004 09:14AM)
I wish I drove a Ferrari, but I'm pretty happy with my Mini. Yes Andini, you'd fit, at least in the front seat.

Message: Posted by: Payne (Mar 23, 2004 10:13AM)
Two words,
PT Cruiser.
Wait, is that three words?
Or one word and two letters?
Anyway, coolest car of the last decade and the only new car I ever consided buying.
Message: Posted by: GlenD (Mar 23, 2004 10:55AM)
I agree with Payne about the PT Cruiser and even more so now with the convertable version. Although I have never sat in one yet and I sometimes have trouble being comfortable in certain cars, being 6'3".

For the Mini Cooper guys, I have a question; why do they call it a Mini Cooper? Is there a regular Cooper?
That thing ought to be called a micro Cooper!

Anyways my favorite (dream) car would be a McLaren (I would still have to sit in it first though).

Message: Posted by: jbohn (Mar 23, 2004 10:56AM)
The '75 Cutlass Supreme I had in college.

Message: Posted by: Tate (Mar 23, 2004 10:03PM)
A yellow and British racing green Lotus Seven, with plate number "KAR120C"

"I am not a number. I am a free man!"

Sorry, I get carried away sometimes.

Tate Elliott
Number 6, but sometimes I wear my button upside down and pretend to be Number 9.
Message: Posted by: Steven Steele (Mar 23, 2004 10:21PM)
My first...1963 VW Bug.
Message: Posted by: kihei kid (Mar 24, 2004 05:47AM)
1968 Ford Mustang with a 1994 HIGH performance EFI engine in it (12 second quarter mile).

All total control products racing suspension, plush seats, tilt steering, A/C, cruise, kenwood music keg, PS2.

When I pull up next to the new porches, vipers and vettes all eyes are on me.
Message: Posted by: ChrisZampese (Mar 24, 2004 06:29AM)
Ok, I have to admit I have a soft spot for Autin 1300's from the early 70's. Fantastic car!

Altough the PT Crusier and Kihei Kids 1968 Ford Mustang would also make me pretty happy!
Message: Posted by: Chrystal (Mar 24, 2004 09:43AM)
My 86 Fiero (okay it's a poor mans/womans version of a Ferrari) but it has custom lights and side panels. Been invited to take it to the race track this summer with other members of the Fiero club I belong to. zooooooooooom

For magic shows and all my pets I'd probably enjoy a Honda CRV but the Fiero is fun to drive.
Message: Posted by: Reis O'Brien (Mar 24, 2004 01:22PM)
On 2004-03-23 23:21, Steven Steele wrote:
My first...1963 VW Bug.

Aaaahhhh... I love bugs! The last car I had was a 1968 Beetle. White with blue and silver flames going down the hood. And total leopard print interior! I sold it to a tattoo artist right before I moved. Man, I miss that car!
Message: Posted by: Samuel Catoe (Mar 24, 2004 02:01PM)
PUNCHBUGGY!!!! Sorry, just missing my girlfriend.
Message: Posted by: RobertBloor (Mar 25, 2004 12:02AM)
Dodge SRT-4
It's a 4cyl turbo 230hp.
Modifying the turbo to Phase 3 puts out approximately 300hp.

For a car that weighs next to nothing, that sucker can fly.


Robert Bloor
Message: Posted by: Mary B. (Mar 25, 2004 01:31AM)
My 1960 Nash Rambler, cast iron flathead 6 engine, 3-speed on the column. That little car made it over the mountains in Oregon in a blizzard with no chains, leaving many other, bigger cars by the side of the road. Wish I still had it.
Message: Posted by: Reg Rozee (Mar 25, 2004 03:52AM)
For me it would be a toss-up between:

* the Batmobile (all the variants are cool, but I have a soft spot for the original)

* the Munstermobile (remember the race in "Munster Go Home"?)

* a black '65 Corvette Stingray

Lots of nostalgia firing here, I guess... :lol:

-Reg {*}
Message: Posted by: Reis O'Brien (Mar 25, 2004 12:52PM)
Oh man! The original 1966 Batmobile is the killer of all cars!

The car in Munsters Go Home was called the "Dragula". I have models of both Munster cars, the coach and the dragster. It just doesn't get musch cooler than that.

I once had a friend who bought this narly old white van and he let us paint it to look like the A-Team van! We even mounted toy machine guns to the inside walls. We were such nerds.

I'm also quite fond of the Oscar Mayer weiner van. But I think I would feel silly driving it.
Message: Posted by: marionicasio (Mar 25, 2004 02:26PM)
Message: Posted by: Mya Angel (Mar 25, 2004 04:05PM)
My favorite is a 1907 Silver ghost Rolls

although I like the 1936 Mercedes Benz

but I'll settle for a

1929 All American Sport Roadster.

Message: Posted by: blindbo (Mar 25, 2004 08:57PM)
Seventy-eight jag, racing green
Message: Posted by: Chris Berry (Mar 26, 2004 11:40AM)
Ferrari 550 Maranello (dream car)

Although...I REALLY want to get a BMW M3...but I REALLY don't have the money for that.

I just got an 86 Camaro from my uncle and drove it over 1,000 miles to get it home yesterday.

Message: Posted by: Anabelle (Mar 26, 2004 02:51PM)
I love the Corvette. I drive one.

Message: Posted by: H_Ho (Mar 26, 2004 08:26PM)
Don't want a car as such.

how about motorbikes? Honda CBR600F4i. Red. mmmmm.

or a Ducati.