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    The vw golf gti w12 (vw rabbit)


    - VW claims a top speed of 202 mph
    - 6.0l W12 12-cylinder twin-turbocharged engine mounted in the back seat of the GTI
    - 650hp and 553 lb-ft. of torque (!)
    - with the flared fenders the car sits over 6 feet wide and only 4.6 feet
    tall
    - 19" wheels with 295 rear rubber and 235 front rubber
    - the fenders are flared 3.15" at the rear
    - 3.7 seconds, 202 mph, 553 pound-feet

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    I like this
    C5/6 incomplete

    "I assume you all have guns and crack....."

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    Quote Originally Posted by RehabRhino
    My neighbour owns one of these. The bastard. If only he'd let me scratch it up transferring
    Not bad RR, but since we are posting winter images I think I go for this one.


    The M6.

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    My '73 Olds Cutlass is my fav but I wouldn't mind owning one of these again....
    Death and taxes

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelin 48
    big time fun old memories


    I also agree

    Was gonna build a 78 ford like that with a 500hp big block 460 in it but then I got hurt

    still might eventually
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLC379
    damn Shaun i thought i had seen all the radical petes, thats coolest yet, copying pic now, thanks


    Shaun, any truck stops around these days to have the omelette works, a big steak or the small no nutrition breakfast blt?
    Last edited by Leif; 05-28-2007 at 05:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLC379
    damn Shaun i thought i had seen all the radical petes, thats coolest yet, copying pic now, thanks
    I knew you could appreciate it man...that things ''HOT''

    Hapahouli i remember when Maxium Overdrive first came,my first thought when saw that truck was ''fuck id love to fill someones rearview with that''

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leif
    Shaun, any truck stops around these days to have the omelette works, a big steak or the small no nutrition breakfast blt?
    For sure! The Husky 10mins from my house.

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    One of these "babies" for a living, if I was still able bodied (... all 69 tons of it)
    Except mine was a Kenworth, not a Western Star. (Shaun would know what the heck I am talking about.) When I still did this job, I was always bitching about it (the 14 hour days, the icy, slippery, narrow bush roads in the winter, the pot holes and the dust in the summer.) And worst of all having to get up at 3 AM in the morning. I wasn't made for that and only 3 million gallons (oops, liters) of coffee in the morning made it possible.

    And the real crazy part is (or not crazy at all, come to think of it) I would gladly do it again for the next 20 years or so, if necessary, if only I could walk again. (I certainly miss the big pay checks) ... sniff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun
    Hapahouli i remember when Maxium Overdrive first came,my first thought when saw that truck was ''fuck id love to fill someones rearview with that''
    Shaun,

    I can picture it now.
    Injured May 19, 2006, C4 incomplete

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