View Poll Results: Kit vs. Delorean

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Thread: Kit vs. Delorean

  1. #21
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    The Bricklin for me. The gullwing doors. Made in Canada and it would break down before you even made it to the liquor store. LOL... Just kidding..... But no talking car for me. ( I do the talking.) This baby would do for me, instead.
    http://www.seriouswheels.com/2004/20...d-1024x768.htm

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    600hp, 200+mph, COOL!
    Last edited by artsyguy1954; 08-30-2006 at 10:39 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by artsyguy1954
    This baby would do for me, instead. 600hp, 200+mph, COOL!
    Yeah, but it doesn't come with a flux capacitor.
    De Omnibus Dubitandum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Edwards
    After a long thought process, I have chosen the Delorean.

    Plan: Fly five years into the future; find a week with a high ($200+ million) Powerball jackpot that nobody wins; return to the present and wait for it.

    Sweet.

    ETA: Roshni, this was just a random 5am question that popped into my head.

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    I chose KITT, cause I loved the show and always wanted to have that car, but now after reading all your replies, I'm thinking I should've chosen the Delorean and go 10 years, or however long it takes into the future, when they actually have the cure for SCI and bring it back to now and cure everyone. Maybe pull a Steven while I'm at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tufelhunden
    The Delorean was powered by garbage, Kitt had to be powered by ultra premium to make it go super fast.
    No, the Mr Fusion only powered the time circuts, the engine ran on ordinary gasoline.
    Death and taxes

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    I would choose both. Go back to the night of my accident and prevent it and if i could have kitt there i would jump over the sodding car that hit me. Then use the delorean to go into the future and get lottery numbers or that book in back to the future 2 and win bets like that biff or wot ever his name was and become a billionaire.

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    Delorean.
    With time, one can go back and make Barris build you a hundred Kits if you wanted.

    I think I would want Wonderbug anyway...
    Schlepcar was so sad, till he changed.

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by darkeyed_daisy
    Were you watchin' the movie "Grease"???? I love your signature and the movie!!!!
    Thanks.

    Astonishingly, I finally watched the movie for the first time last Friday. I already had the soundtrack, but never took the time to watch the movie. Next on my list of "why haven't I already watched these classics?": Saturday Night Fever. Mary Poppins is also on the list.

    I'm so deprived.

    ETA: For posterity, since I changed my sig: "i got chiiiiiills, they're multiplyin' / and i'm loooooo-sing control / 'cause the pow-er, you're supplyin' / it's electrifyin'"
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    Strange to hear comments about the Bricklin, since those junkers were built in my hometown of Minto, NB. Yes, we have some really talentless people living there... hence the quality problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myc0
    Yeah, but it doesn't come with a flux capacitor.
    OK, ok, so the Delorean would be the best choice for me. First I'd go back to the past and undo my SCI, then I'd go to the future to pick up the winning numbers to the biggest jackpot in history, bring back the cure for SCI, cancer and diabetes ( oh... and the answer to that burning question: Will America win the war on terror?), then go back to the present, buy one of those Porsches for each day of the week.....my private tropical island.....( oh, damn, I forgot to bring back the answer on how to get world peace. Phew, all this time travel is pretty exhausting.....
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