what is your favorite car (non truck) - Page 2




 
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Boots
 
February 17th, 2004  
Chaotic
 
Of you could only ride in my 1975 chevy camaro..
its not the bestest muscle,, but it made the girls all giddy!
you can feel the power in the seats and the g force(well almost)

it was a sweet car.. those rice burners wont complete with a nice 350 block with a nice holley carb.. some glasspacks for effect and a old style 400e tranny
February 17th, 2004  
diplomatic_means
 
Now I don't claim to be any expert on cars I'm thinking boonie bouncing has little to do with muscle cars and more to do with a type of terrain racing(as opposed to street racing). Correct me if I'm wrong Redneck.
February 18th, 2004  
Redneck
 
 
It has to do with trucks, actually. And the terrain you drive them in, too, but it's not racing, it's just going out and beating the heck out of your truck on the roughest terrain you can possibly navigate in it. Also check out mud-bogging, which is good times, too.

Muscle cars have power and attitude, as well as speed. Granted, they can't hit the speeds those little rice rockets can, but it's made up for by the fact that you'll survive if you hit a butterfly at top speed, which I can't guarantee you in a street racer. Muscle cars were actually the original street racers, my Dad drove a 1967 Plymouth 426 Hemi GTX back in the day, and that was one slick car.
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Boots
February 18th, 2004  
Tessa
 
 
I know that you are so right in this Redneck.. Streetracing was more called "chicken race"..

Two old muscle cars were meeting up in the streets and it was a way to show who ruled the town..

therefor the streetracnig began!

But frmo that.. We live in 2004.. No need to drive a old muscle car.. (though it may have alot to give in those races)

But I think even though I still agree with Redneck about Muscle cars being the first to introdce this wonderful racing and to now use it as a more satisfying lifestyle..

But now a days is the muscle cars not as popluar.. Well, not in Sweden.. When it comes to streetracing.. Toytoa Supra and a few fords is the one ruling the streets over here..

As well as the US :!: owned Volvo!!!

GOD!!! I love that US - ford Company - Bought Volvo!!

Long live the Fords!!!
February 18th, 2004  
Redneck
 
 
I'm with you there, SilverPhoenix!

The reason I love muscle cars and don't care much for rice burners is that they're more manly, to be honest, you can just feel the power in them. It's like the difference between a tiger and a cheetah, the cheetah may be a bit faster, but once the tiger catches up it's gonna whoop some a**.

February 18th, 2004  
Chaotic
 
muscle cars vs rice burners

muscle cars...
February 18th, 2004  
Tessa
 
 
I am a cheetah person.. Maybe the tiger can catch up a cheetah after trying the last 5 hours..

But I like it fast.. and I like it quick..

Cheetah is the perfect cars for me..
February 18th, 2004  
I.Y.A.A.Y.A.S
 
I don't know what any one else thinks but my dream car has been a Chrysler prowler ever since they came out back in 98
February 18th, 2004  
Tessa
 
 
Chrysler is a really good car..

I would wan't one myself.. If the design would be better..
February 19th, 2004  
Chaotic
 
okay
the things with the little rice burners is that on the 1/4 mile yeah they might go quick and fast for maybe a few seconds and then they give out... for the 1 mile .. definately the muscle car.. they have the sustained speed. .. and plus you dont have to replace the pistons once you race a muscle car unlike the rice burner