Cars you REGRET selling?

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User Info: ChokeStan

ChokeStan
1 month ago#31
Rofflereturns posted...
Sure,

https://i.imgur.com/iP5NnX1.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/OhnLTYz.jpg

That’s awesome
But I didn't put my hair in a pony tail for nothing so if I'm going home alone I'm not going at all.

User Info: QB_gullygamer

QB_gullygamer
1 month ago#32
You paint the Thor yourself?
I can't believe I live in a country where Casey Anthony will make more money than me

User Info: Rofflereturns

Rofflereturns
1 month ago#33
Thor was on there when I bought it
Partying is such sweet sorrow

User Info: Jaghave

Jaghave
1 month ago#34
85 Monte Carlo SS
For those who say I'm a gimmick
https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/261-politics/64183623 been going for 6 years strong

User Info: r4X0r

r4X0r
1 month ago#35
Two friends had a mid 80s Monte Carlo SS and it wasn't a particularly fast car with the TBI 305 but the rear interior was... ridiculous. You kind of just fell into the seats and they surrounded you.
I faced it all and I stood tall- And did it my way.

User Info: Jaghave

Jaghave
1 month ago#36
r4X0r posted...
Two friends had a mid 80s Monte Carlo SS and it wasn't a particularly fast car with the TBI 305 but the rear interior was... ridiculous. You kind of just fell into the seats and they surrounded you.


I had a flow master true dual exhaust and performance carburetor and that car could haul. And considering it an 80s car even if I wasnt going as fast as my 340i it sure felt like I was going way faster due to how light weight and hair raising it was to drive at high speeds
For those who say I'm a gimmick
https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/261-politics/64183623 been going for 6 years strong

User Info: booboy

booboy
1 month ago#37
My 2010 Challenger.
There is no problem that can't be solved by applying more yuri to it.
In Torque We Trust

User Info: InfestedAdam

InfestedAdam
1 month ago#38
Maaaybe my 2005 WRX. She gave me a lot of trouble in my last year of having her. Leaking coolant hose, timing belt going out, power steering fluid pump going out, clutch going out, front axles boot going out, alternator going out, and finally blown head gasket all around 215k miles.

For the amount of money I spent fixing her and the $2,000 I got selling her (I probably rushed this part), part of me thought maaybe I shoulda kept her, put her under PNO, and maybe sometime down the road fix her up and/or use her as a project car. Of course realistically, I would not have the time, expendable cash, nor enthusiasm to do all this.
"You must gather your party before venturing forth"
"Go for the eyes Boo! Go for the eyes!"

User Info: coolsurfer800

coolsurfer800
1 month ago#39
1995 Ford Thunderbird but only because it was my first car.
No, John. You are the demons.
Moms are tough.

User Info: EvalAngell

EvalAngell
4 weeks ago#40
My '06 EVO IX SE. It was rare, fast, fun, and paid off.
It's what's best for business.
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