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Old 12-01-2005, 02:39 PM   #16
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The Luxury Sedan: Chrysler 300C

The Poweful Sports Coupe: Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6

The V8 Muscle Car: 1974 Dodge Dart

The High Revving Rocket: Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6RR

The Gas Guzzling, Pothole Conquering SUV: ... not gonna happen.

The Badass Pickup: Maybe a Colorado

The Rare Exotic Supercar: 1997 McLaren F1

The Tree Hugging, Green Mobile: Smart Car for 2

The Top-down-only Roadster: 1989 Jaguar XJS

The Everyday, go-to-the-mall car: Pick one (I dont buy cars to look at)

The Award Winning Antique: Na... I’d be scared to drive it anywhere and wreck it

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Old 12-01-2005, 08:55 PM   #17
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If I think to hard about any of these I will totally change my mind, so this is first thing that popped to my mind - ghostbusters style...clear your mind Ray...

The Luxury Sedan: Bentley Arnage

The Poweful Sports Coupe: BMW M3

The V8 Muscle Car: Yenko Chevy Nova

The High Revving Rocket: ehhhhh

The On/Off Road SUV: Jeep Commander

The Badass Pickup: Lincoln Blackwood

The Rare Exotic Supercar: Pagani Zonda

The Tree Hugging, Green Mobile: Prius

The Top-down-only Roadster: Shelby Cobra

The Everyday, go-to-the-mall car: Saab

The Award Winning Antique: Rolls Royce Silver Wrath

The "What the hell, I'm rich anyway" (bonus): Bugati, all of em.
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Old 12-01-2005, 08:59 PM   #18
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it would depend on teh lottery, wouldnt' it? A million to 10 mmillion, and the list woul dhave to be short, as there would be property to pay off and a bunch set aside fro future use. Maybe actually pay everything off and finish what I have. Now give a larger win, and all bets are off, but I'd probably have to get a warehouse and start building the kinds of cars I'd want. And there definitely wouldn't be one car of one type, and some types would not be represented at all. Definitely not a car from each category.
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Old 12-01-2005, 09:20 PM   #19
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The Poweful Sports Coupe: BMW M6

The V8 Muscle Car: 1970 Buick GSX

The High Revving Rocket: 00-03 S2000

The Gas Guzzling, Pothole Conquering SUV: Porsche Cayenne S Turbo

The Badass Pickup: Dodge Dually 3500 w/ Cummins

The Rare Exotic Supercar: Porsche 959

The Tree Hugging, Green Mobile: Lexus RX400h

The Top-down-only Roadster: Lotus Elise

The Everyday, go-to-the-mall car: Accord EX-V6 6MT Sedan

The Award Winning Antique: any old straight 8 Dusenburg

The "What the hell, I'm rich anyway" (bonus): and older turbo Indy car
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Old 12-01-2005, 09:24 PM   #20
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The Poweful Sports Coupe: Grand Prix GTP

That's a sedan...
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Old 12-01-2005, 10:42 PM   #21
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That's a sedan...
No there is a 2door and a 4 door
Here is the 2 door

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Old 12-01-2005, 11:03 PM   #22
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Lets say you won the lottery, and you need a fleet of cars to suit your every need. Based on the following list, what would you buy? Feel free to add more if you think of any other categories...

The Luxury Sedan:
last-gen (E46?) BMW 5, whatever the highest trim level is
The Poweful Sports Coupe:
BMW M3
The V8 Muscle Car:
'69 Mustang Boss 429
The High Revving Rocket:
Honda S2000
The Gas Guzzling, Pothole Conquering SUV:
Infiniti QX45
The Badass Pickup:
the new Lincoln
The Rare Exotic Supercar:
Ferrari F40
The Tree Hugging, Green Mobile:
Toyota Prius
The Top-down-only Roadster:
uhm how about a Panoz Roadster
The Everyday, go-to-the-mall car:
new BMW 3 Series
The Award Winning Antique:
Duesenburg Model J
The "What the hell, I'm rich anyway" (bonus):
who cares?

(edit: removed "Rice" from High Revving Rice Rocket, so as to imply Japanese, but not confine to Japanese)
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Old 12-01-2005, 11:24 PM   #23
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No there is a 2door and a 4 door
Here is the 2 door

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I was just thinking of the newest one, because you didnt specify a year.
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Old 12-01-2005, 11:36 PM   #24
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I was just thinking of the newest one, because you didnt specify a year.
Sorry about that. They got rid of the 2 door for the new models? . I myself prefer the style of the Bonneville. Any year it just has that mean stance to it.
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Old 12-02-2005, 12:18 AM   #25
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Sorry about that. They got rid of the 2 door for the new models? . I myself prefer the style of the Bonneville. Any year it just has that mean stance to it.

They havent a 2-door ever since the newest body style (which i think was the 2004 model year).

My uncle's girlfriend has a 2002 Bonneville SSE-i. It's pretty cool, got a little pep to it, about the same quickness as our 2002 RL. Although they keep having a lot of problems with it, and havent had a supercharger for a while now (belt broke).
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Old 12-02-2005, 12:27 AM   #26
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They havent a 2-door ever since the newest body style (which i think was the 2004 model year).

My uncle's girlfriend has a 2002 Bonneville SSE-i. It's pretty cool, got a little pep to it, about the same quickness as our 2002 RL. Although they keep having a lot of problems with it, and havent had a supercharger for a while now (belt broke).
Then you can consider it an SSE lol. Why not get a new belt. I was gona get an SSEI but my mechanic said that if the supercharger breaks its around $1500 so I decided to be on the safe side and get my cheap throwaway car.
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Old 12-02-2005, 12:45 AM   #27
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Then you can consider it an SSE lol. Why not get a new belt. I was gona get an SSEI but my mechanic said that if the supercharger breaks its around $1500 so I decided to be on the safe side and get my cheap throwaway car.

I dont know what he's up to with it, I havent talked to him in over 4 months, he really doesn't have time to do, he works like 14-16 hour days.
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Old 12-02-2005, 12:51 AM   #28
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I dont know what he's up to with it, I havent talked to him in over 4 months, he really doesn't have time to do, he works like 14-16 hour days.
Crazy shit. As long as it still runs and gets good milage I wouldnt bother with it.
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Old 12-02-2005, 03:33 AM   #29
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The Luxury Sedan: Dodge Charger (hey it's got 4 doors its a sedan)

The Powerful Sports Coupe: 2007 Mustang GT500

The V8 Muscle Car: 1988 Mustang GT Convertible with a 5.0 DOHC "Cammer" engine dropped into it.

The High Revving Rocket: Honda S2000

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The Tree Hugging, Green Mobile: Honda Civic

The Top-down-only Roadster: Dodge Viper SRT-10

The Everyday, go-to-the-mall car: 2005 Honda Accord

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Old 12-02-2005, 05:53 AM   #30
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it would depend on teh lottery, wouldnt' it? A million to 10 mmillion, and the list woul dhave to be short, as there would be property to pay off and a bunch set aside fro future use. Maybe actually pay everything off and finish what I have.

Why couldn't you just assume it was an almost infinite number? We've got like 20 good replies here, and you have to come in and be like "ehh well it depends on how much you won".

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And there definitely wouldn't be one car of one type, and some types would not be represented at all. Definitely not a car from each category.

Why not just give an answer. Out of all the replies, yours is the one I really wanted to see. I made it really simple, all you had to do was fill in the blanks.

I know you always have to make yourself feel like you're better than everyone by contradicting and not playing along. But it was such an easy task.

Way to be a party pooper.
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