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[OT] Looking for some new ideas?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by gto, Jul 23, 2007.

  1. gto

    gto Track Ready Moderator

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  2. Frankiago

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    Wow... wtf...

    There was ONE car in that entire album of pictures that I'd drive. Some silver thing that I thought MIGHT be an old Z?

    Actually it's a KPGC110, the one of the last Skyline GT-R's in production for almost 16 straight years
     
    Last edited: Jul 23, 2007
  3. Krayzie

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    its the cool thing to do in Japan, the more rice the better...seriously
     
  4. Psiclne

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    dude - some of them brought me back to my rice days - yeah call me old skool.......:err:
     
  5. BaBaLuwee

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    Thanks for the idea's.........now I know how I can have a original looking widebody. Will post pic's as soon as the sheet metal comes in.
     
  6. wasabiz45

    wasabiz45 Member

    wow, talk about recycled 80's metal! my dad used to have a toyota like the fastback w/red fender flares & red front diffuser. That was a sharp car back in its day.