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    "Integline"

    "Integline" = Integra + Skyline

    Acura Integra. Its a 2000 with a full skyline conversion, custom wide body and trunk, 19" Axis Rims, Cutom interior including Bride Seats, Mugen steering wheel and a Carbon Fiber Headliner.

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    Last edited by lfb666; 03-02-2004 at 08:20 PM.
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    What it needs now is a Skyline Engine

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    You dont have a pic like the one with the tropies but with them in front????

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    What it needs now is a Skyline Engine
    And a GTR badge

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    For all the money it took to produce the exact car you see here, I bet a Skyline GT-R could've been purchased.

    Naturally, the first rebuttal to this argument is "that's not the point...it's a show car". Well, if you ask me, show cars in general are hideous wastes of time/resources/money.

    Oh well, at least someone likes it, or he wouldn't have all those trophies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Nog
    For all the money it took to produce the exact car you see here, I bet a Skyline GT-R could've been purchased.
    Certainly , to each his own, but I agree, what a waste of time. If ya want a Skyline , buy one. This has to be the stupidest modification ever. Why not just do up the bloody Honda into show spec?
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    Egg Nogg 02-04-2005, 05:07 AM

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    Quote Originally Posted by crisis
    Why not just do up the bloody Honda into show spec?
    Because that's also an awful idea...

    Ah...good times

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    thanks for all the lovely feedback abhout my ride. i dont care wht u all think. a skyline in the us costs 80-100 Grand plus insurance, my car cost a fraction. but aga9in thanks for the negativity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by integline
    thanks for all the lovely feedback abhout my ride. i dont care wht u all think. a skyline in the us costs 80-100 Grand plus insurance, my car cost a fraction. but aga9in thanks for the negativity.
    Thanks for lying, you don't own this car, now go sit on a dark swing and cry. That car is a Wanker's wet-dream, those RICE mods probably set the person back 30k anyway.

    If you do own this car, then Egg-Nog Ownership Test it: take a piece of paper, write down "Integline on it, then write UCP Egg-Nog Test on the bottom and stab the paper over your shift-knob. Then take some pictures of the paper and some pictures from the outside w/ the paper on the windshield, trunk, etc.
    Last edited by Rockefella; 06-29-2005 at 01:16 AM.
    Rockefella says:
    pat's sister is hawt
    David Fiset says:
    so is mine
    David Fiset says:
    do want

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockefella
    Thanks for lying, you don't own this car, now go sit on a dark swing and cry. That car is a Wanker's wet-dream, those RICE mods probably set the person back 30k anyway.
    what if it is his car
    i quite like 2000 integras, i would have preferred that with proper mods than this hybrid, i guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey
    what if it is his car
    i quite like 2000 integras, i would have preferred that with proper mods than this hybrid, i guess.
    I edited.

    Now, why am I awake at 4:30 in the middle of the night.
    Rockefella says:
    pat's sister is hawt
    David Fiset says:
    so is mine
    David Fiset says:
    do want

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    Or you could move to NZ where the price of an R-33 GTR would be less than one of those Integras brand new

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    BTW who thinks that this guy walked into a trophy shop and bought the majority of those trophys? Jesus they dont even give out ones that big at the F1!

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