|09-29-2013 05:34 PM|
I remember having to swap the downpipe and uppipe on my wrx every 2 years just to pass emissions and renew my registration. I got so good at it I was able to do both in like an hour or two by the time I got rid of the thing.
Those gtr's are pretty cool cars. I don't know if I could spend $100k on a nissan, but I'm sure they're fun to drive.
|09-29-2013 02:32 PM|
Well, we all needed to grow up some time.
I got married not long ago and with it, came more family time and less time for the G, so off it went. The only thing I regretted was not getting pics of my pup with it, but I was always too paranoid after she had jumped on my wife's BMW.
I'll leave you with two other pics, one from my wedding day, and the second the temp tags when I bought the car.
I enjoyed tuning like you did...started off with a sr20det into my old s14, then onto a Switzer P800 kit that made 700awhp on my GTR. The G just had downpipes and a Tubi exhaust...not much, but sounded great.
Nowadays, I spend more time just relaxing with the little one, who isn't so little anymore.
|09-29-2013 01:34 PM|
I was into cars, but not so much anymore. I'm a little older now, so I'm more about practicality and getting around. These days I'm driving a grand cherokee for the dogs and a lincoln mkz for me, so that should give you an idea. My father was big into vette's when I was younger. I've had g35's, wrx's, etc. Loved my 02 wrx... never should have sold it. Tuned the heck out of it myself and eventually sold it.
My cousin was into those older nissan z's, so that's how i know about those cars. His first car was an old 280zx. It was my uncles, but he gave it to him when he was 15. We worked on that thing for a solid year before he could even drive it. He got his license and within two days he ends up wrapping it around a pole and totaled it. Dummy.
Still waiting on you for you to post a picture of your dog with the gallardo if it's really yours though. I know that would shut me up real fast.
|09-29-2013 01:03 PM|
It sat in the garage but somehow id still find hairs on it somehow. Admittedly, my gsd has ran into the garage when the door was open which almost gave me a heart attack! My girl likes to jump up on cars for some reason and chasing around in circles was not fun that day!
|09-29-2013 12:53 AM|
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|09-29-2013 12:30 AM|
if i owned a lambo i'd have an entire photo shoot with my dog in it, on it, and around it! hopefully one day they'll make one that is more then 10 mpg so i can sell my kidney and buy one.
|09-28-2013 07:38 PM|
|09-28-2013 04:11 PM|
A buddy of mine owns two Adult Shepherds and takes them every where he goes. He owns 3 cars, but his summer/weekend car is a Porsche 968 Convertible which has no back seats. It has cubbies instead. In any event, he pulled the cubbies out which leaves you with a small open space in the rear. one dog sits in the back space, the other in the passenger seat.
This is not him or his dog. But a quick google search returned this photo of a 968 Convertible with a GSD inside.
|09-28-2013 02:54 PM|
I want to play the picture game.
Mia's reasonably small, so she fits pretty well. I only use my car if I'm taking her to the park or lake near my house, for longer trips I use the Nissan Xterra.
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