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    "Best Cars" based on PERSONAL experience

    Other than my friends 360 modena ....

    the most stable car -
    cadillac deville ( cruise control on -maximum speed- 179 km/h while raining and snowing - from halifax to new brunswick )

    the most luxurious car -
    Mercedes s600, dealership test drive ( 240 km/h - offduty cop stopped me - almost got a heart attact when he found out i was only 16 years old back then and i only had my liscense for 1 month )

    the "best buy" suv (overall experince) -
    toyota 4 runner SR5-V8 (rental) , the new look ... i loved the power, handling, look, and the way it drives overall ... i just loved it ... however i said "best buy" not "best suv" because there is the range rover (my friends )and the VW toureg (my friends) which are equipped with a sh*t lot of stuff and they are both excellent and fun suv's to drive

    ************************************************** *******
    I would like to say a very useful piece of advice that will help anyone that is looking to buy a new car ... FERRARI - TOYOTA - BMW , are the best world transmissions respectively ... so you might wanna keep that in mind
    ************************************************** *******

    p.s.
    if you have any questions about any car if your looking to buy ... plz feel free to ask and i would gladly tell you whatever you need to know about its overall performance because i beleive that i have driven ( through test drives and my friends cars) the biggest collection of cars out of everyone on this site

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    Bet you havn't driven a Ford Falcon or Holden Commodore, unless you live in Aussie or NZ, or the middle east..

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    pick me, pick me, i driven a commodore and falcon
    UCP's number one (and probably only) toyota KP starlet fan

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    ferrari 360, Bah. For pure driving excitement, you can't go past the good ol' auto '86 Mazda 323
    Faster, faster, faster, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death...
    Hunter Thompson

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    Friend's 360 Modena. For sure. Even though I drove it for about 5 metres, I could feel the quality. It was awesome just to see the prancing horse in front of me! Anyway, I've driven a V8 VP Commodore as well. It had a fair amount of grunt, but it was a shame it was an auto. Pretty cool.

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    the ferrari 308 was a nice driving experience

    the maybach was a very nice car to sit in as was the rolls phnaton and the mercedes sl500

    best buy id go with an evo or subaru or monaro

    the ford gt,
    mosler MT900,
    SLR,
    CGT,
    Enzo ,
    DB9,
    Vanquish /S,
    ferrari 612,
    sagaris, typhon & tuscan
    wrc cars
    classic rally legends are all great cars
    Cedric - I sound like a chipmunk on there. Some friends of mine were like, "were you going through puberty?" I was like, no I was already 20, I just sound like a girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mduhair
    the biggest collection of cars out of everyone on this site
    Oooohhhhhhhh....you'll wish you never said that

    Edit:

    Ever drove a Matra-Alpine?
    Ever drove a Jaguar D-Class?
    Ever drove a Ford GT?
    Ever drove a '90 Corolla?
    Ever drove a Skyline GT-R?
    Ever drove a Lancer Evolution VI, VII rally car?
    Ever drove a 350z?
    Ever drove a G35?
    Ever drove a Mark II Twin Turbo?
    Ever drove a Corvette?
    Ever drove an El Camino?
    Ever drove a New Beetle?
    Ever drove an Eclipse?
    Ever drove an Escort MkII?
    Ever drove a Classic Mini?
    Ever drove an '05 Mustang?
    Ever drove an SL55 AMG?
    Ever drove a G55 AMG?
    Ever drove an Eclipse?
    Ever drove a 9-3?
    Ever drove an XC90?
    Ever drove a B7?

    I could go on and on and on, but I just wasted my time trying to explain one thing:
    You HAVE NOT driven the most cars on this site
    It doesn't matter anyway. If you drove all the family suvs and family cars on the planet - would it match driving a McLaren F1?
    Last edited by spi-ti-tout; 02-20-2005 at 07:20 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mduhair
    Other than my friends 360 modena ....

    the most stable car -
    cadillac deville ( cruise control on -maximum speed- 179 km/h while raining and snowing - from halifax to new brunswick )

    the most luxurious car -
    Mercedes s600, dealership test drive ( 240 km/h - offduty cop stopped me - almost got a heart attact when he found out i was only 16 years old back then and i only had my liscense for 1 month )

    the "best buy" suv (overall experince) -
    toyota 4 runner SR5-V8 (rental) , the new look ... i loved the power, handling, look, and the way it drives overall ... i just loved it ... however i said "best buy" not "best suv" because there is the range rover (my friends )and the VW toureg (my friends) which are equipped with a sh*t lot of stuff and they are both excellent and fun suv's to drive

    ************************************************** *******
    I would like to say a very useful piece of advice that will help anyone that is looking to buy a new car ... FERRARI - TOYOTA - BMW , are the best world transmissions respectively ... so you might wanna keep that in mind
    ************************************************** *******

    p.s.
    if you have any questions about any car if your looking to buy ... plz feel free to ask and i would gladly tell you whatever you need to know about its overall performance because i beleive that i have driven ( through test drives and my friends cars) the biggest collection of cars out of everyone on this site

    how old are you >?
    where are you from ?
    and lastly i bet you havent
    Cedric - I sound like a chipmunk on there. Some friends of mine were like, "were you going through puberty?" I was like, no I was already 20, I just sound like a girl.

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    ive driven almost everyday, that in itself is an accomplishment! im only 14
    He came dancing across the water
    With his galleons and guns
    Looking for the new world
    In that palace in the sun
    On the shore lay Montezuma
    With his cocoa leaves and pearls

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    Seriously only 14??? :O
    And you get to drive???
    Legally???

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    Quote Originally Posted by spi-ti-tout
    Legally???
    no but my parnets and grandparents let me anyway, i once drove a bout 2 miles on public roads, in traffic, busy traffic, but i look about 17 so no one stopped me
    He came dancing across the water
    With his galleons and guns
    Looking for the new world
    In that palace in the sun
    On the shore lay Montezuma
    With his cocoa leaves and pearls

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    I envy you

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    AS of right now it wold have to be my mum's 1979 VB Commodore. It's still great to drive even when it's running sick cause it keeps running and getting us from A to B and Z if needed. So on that i would say it's like a Family member to us we love it
    "Just a matter of time i suppose"

    "The elevator is broke, So why don't you test it out"

    "I'm not trapped in here with all of you, Your all trapped in here with me"

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    Quote Originally Posted by my porsche
    no but my parnets and grandparents let me anyway, i once drove a bout 2 miles on public roads, in traffic, busy traffic, but i look about 17 so no one stopped me
    not that we can do anything about it but u really shouldnt tell us of ur law-breaking experiences
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    Quote Originally Posted by d-quik
    not that we can do anything about it but u really shouldnt tell us of ur law-breaking experiences
    agreed
    He came dancing across the water
    With his galleons and guns
    Looking for the new world
    In that palace in the sun
    On the shore lay Montezuma
    With his cocoa leaves and pearls

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