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Aug 15, 2009 11:26 as a reply to  @ post 8464273 |  #286

LOL I thought it was a riced out Eagle Talon.

http://img27.imageshac​k.us/img27/8282/spimag​es349nj.jpg (external link)

For those of you who don't reconigize what this car is, it is an Dodge Viper GTS Coupe.

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Aug 15, 2009 13:41 |  #287

BUT the question is, is that your photo (since this is a photo forum)? I have more pics of that car... i found.


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Aug 15, 2009 14:56 |  #288

ssracer wrote in post #8464273 (external link)
^^^ those are nothing. I used to work at a local hardware store and once helped someone put a couple of sheets of plywood and drywall on top of some rusted out little hatch back...

i would not exactly say that those are nothing.......those are quite some heavy loads that if not over the limits, are quite close to it.


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Aug 15, 2009 15:30 |  #289

ssracer wrote in post #8464273 (external link)
^^^ those are nothing. I used to work at a local hardware store and once helped someone put a couple of sheets of plywood and drywall on top of some rusted out little hatch back...

Nothing eh!! A couple sweets of ply and sheetrock don't weight anywhere close to any of those pic's and that last one with around 300-400 pounds of OSB on a 100 pound rated roof of a expedition is a little much, and then trying to keep it up there with nylon string.. These are some clowns taking these loads...


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Aug 15, 2009 19:38 |  #290

RadAL wrote in post #8464858 (external link)
BUT the question is, is that your photo (since this is a photo forum)? I have more pics of that car... i found.

No, haha that isn't my photo.

I admit I quickly jumped ship at posting this car when I saw this thread... :(


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Aug 15, 2009 20:19 as a reply to  @ Chin.Up's post |  #291

Tiggity-T wrote in post #8271589 (external link)
Not sure what this is/was, a late 90's Altima or a Pontiac?
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I haven't seen a paint job like that since 1965... :D

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"It went zip when it moved and pop when it stopped,
Whirrr when it stood still
I never knew just what it was and I guess I never will."


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Aug 15, 2009 20:24 as a reply to  @ JWright's post |  #292

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Aug 15, 2009 22:13 |  #293

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"It went zip when it moved and pop when it stopped,
Whirrr when it stood still
I never knew just what it was and I guess I never will."

It first marched left and then marched right,
And then marched under a chair.
And when l looked where it had gone, it wasn't even there.
I started to sob and my daddy laughed, for he knew that I would find,
When l turned around, my marvelous toy, chugging from behind.

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Aug 15, 2009 22:14 |  #294

JWright wrote in post #8466428 (external link)
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With this one, at least you do know what the owner was thinking. :lol:




  
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Aug 16, 2009 01:12 |  #295

1downfall wrote in post #8465155 (external link)
i would not exactly say that those are nothing.......those are quite some heavy loads that if not over the limits, are quite close to it.

OK...not nothing...just saying I have seen worse...lol


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Aug 16, 2009 01:13 |  #296

I think this one speaks for itself....I will never understand this trend....

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Aug 16, 2009 01:53 |  #297

at least they use 80s cars.... (well 90s if you count newer crown vics, caprices, etc)

those are some ugly rims! I love the owners reaction to you... haha.


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Aug 16, 2009 13:43 |  #298

ssracer wrote in post #8467524 (external link)
I think this one speaks for itself....I will never understand this trend....

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What's not to understand? They simply want attention, and they obviously get it. You even took a picture.




  
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Aug 18, 2009 20:32 |  #299

Here's one from LA ... "tattoos" added by Sharpie marker!
Run a google search on "lamborghini sharpie" to find more information and loads of better photos around the net. I snapped this one through window while riding a bus. The car was getting a ticket for parking in front of a red curb.


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Aug 18, 2009 21:19 |  #300

the owner was thinking he wanted something different for his car by doing something that no one or hardly anyone else has done... also he wanted to be original and to have something to talk about his car aside from the general questions? ;)


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