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2007-02-18 [FireGypsy]: Sweet!!
2007-02-19 [Malidar]: $600 fine, and 90days in county. Not a big deal. Hey, it was my own fault. Anyway, I'm chilling out at work right now. Maybe we'll chat later when I get home in the morning..
2007-02-19 [shinobi14]: Sure. *hugs*
I owe you that. XD
$600 dollars? 90 days in county? Not a big deal?
OK, ill see you later.
2007-02-21 [Malidar]: Don't hug me.
2007-02-21 [FireGypsy]: XD Whoa hostility!
2007-02-21 [shinobi14]: *hides in corner*
*whispers "nice truck, by the way..."*
2007-02-24 [Malidar]: I'm just not a touching person. Yeah, I like it. Thanks.
2007-04-02 [FireGypsy]: As a Duster owner, I agree ^_^
2007-04-02 [Elf_Person]: i had a chance to buy a 1966 Dodge Charger but i didnt, but now i own a modern Mopar
2007-04-02 [shinobi14]: *coughs* ANCIENT! *coughs*
The only half-decent muscle cars are Fords... lol ^_^
2007-04-02 [Elf_Person]: well for is my favorite for their body style but Mopar are the best at performance lol looks at the 1970 AAR Baricuda a road racer that could go in a straight line and get 12.0, I own a 1992 Chrysler Lebaron Convertible and it can dust a Stang
2007-04-02 [shinobi14]: I must admit, the sound coming from that particular Chrysler is enough to make me melt... lol
But i really dont think that old muscle does anything else for me... Im surprised that the mentioned 1966 Dodge hadn't corroded already and fell apart... =S
2007-04-02 [FireGypsy]: Fords suck. Period. The only good car they ever made were Mustangs, and even those make me sick. They are becoming Civics, AKA Tampons, because every pussy has one.
I makes me angry how you talk down upon muscle cars like they are some kind of rust bucket. Back in the day, they were just your everyday beater. People didn't know what they would be worth in the future, therefore, not many people kept them in good shape. It is hard to find a nice original muscle car in good condition. They are beautiful cars. They were made with style in mind and the designers knew what a badass car should look like. And of course, they all had real engines. 6-8 cylinder beasts who roared upon ignition. When you rev the engine it lets out its own distinct roar and it is beautiful. They had original power. From the factory they kicked ass. Sure you could make them better, and people do/did, but the factory engine was a beast on its own. And best of all, they were cheap. You can still buy them for a decent price. And if you are like me, you will buy a beat up piece of shit muscle car and build it yourself. Frame off restoration really brings you closer to the car. And a complete engine rebuild is a wonderful thing. Your sweat, blood, and tears build that car.
Either way. Muscle cars will always be popular. They will always be beautiful. And they will always be more badass that the pieces of shit that cludder the road today.
So have fun with your modern 4 cylinders that sound like prop planes and either cost $50,000-$100,0
2007-04-02 [shinobi14]: These cars are beautiful, Sasha. The imports. They dont brake down like the muscle cars. They were never built to last long, and they havent...
New muscle cars are better, because they are more powerful, yet know how to put the power down.
2007-04-02 [Elf_Person]: wait hold on shinobi you just told a lie take an old skool 426 Hemi that was in the 1966 charger and run it against your new Dodge Charger and its Hemi the 426 out does it by 100 horse power and put a 70 Satelite STOCK against a Civic with all the mods you can get, it will be the same the civic will have dust all over it
2007-04-02 [FireGypsy]: Muscle cars don't break down. You are thinking too cliche. That doesn't happen. My boyfriends 64 Impala SS was driven daily in the summer and never ever gave us any problems. So take your false accusations elsewhere.
Muscle cars HAVE been built to last long. That is why you still see them on the roads today. Nobody takes old imports and drives them around still. Why? Because they are disposable, and they are made to be disposable. That is why you buy them new. And in a few years trade it in for another one. They are made to break down so you spend more money on another one. It is the way the industry is today. Back in the day, they didn't think so greedily like that. So yet again, your facts are backwards.
There are no "new" muscle cars. Muscle cars are old, and hopefully they always will be. It disappoints me to see people like Foose making "new" camaros and such. I don't know what you are referring to, but if it is imports, you are sadly mistaken.
Most imports are not fast. If they are fast, you paid way too much. If it has potential to be fast, you are still putting way too much money into that 5 foot long plastic piece of shit.
Face it, everyone has their own opinions, but base your opinion on facts. Not this shit you are pulling out of your ass.
2007-04-02 [shinobi14]: Thats because its a CIVIC!!!
And i said a new muscle car... they are better than the older ones. Surely... look at them... and the spec.
2007-04-02 [FireGypsy]: There are no "new" muscle cars, stop making shit up
2007-04-02 [Elf_Person]: there are no new Muscle cars, your using the wron term they are called "Modern Muscle Cars"
2007-04-02 [FireGypsy]: Still! There are no "modern" muscle cars!