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Seeing as there are quite a few car fans around here, I was thinking we could do a fun thread :)

Post your car pictures (doesn't have to be your car, just take it off the internet) for everyone to see :) If you don't have your own car (like me :)) you can post your family car, too!

I'll get the ball rolling. We have two cars, both Peugeots. I know you guys in the US don't have these, it's a French car, but they're quite good cars, although not really reliable.

There's the old one, a 1994 Peugeot 205: (ours is white, though)

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And there's the newer one which we're going to replace soon, a 2003 307. It's a good car, but it's really unreliable... Quite comfortable and fun, though.

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Edited by landlord, 28 November 2007 - 08:43 AM.

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Isn't reliability a sign of a good car? How can you have a good car that is not reliable?
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Our new car is leased from my father's job, so we don't pay a dime for its maintenance. It's a good car because it's comfortable and fun to drive, and it gets a good value for money. Plus it's not nearly as boring as the Japanese cars sold 'round here/
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Edited to Add my Picture of my Pride and Joy (properly sized of course) ~brian

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(A 1998 Rolls Invacare Arrow 2GT FWD Power Wheelchair)

Nice Pics!!

I don't have a "car" in the sense of the word, but I gues you could call my Rascal Scooter and my Invacare Arrow 2GT PowerChair (pictured above) my "Cars" because I use them for mobility when I am not in a position to walk safely. If it were NOT for loving family members I would not have them - If I am in 4th gear with the Arrow, she will FLY because everything is wide open - the stick is quite sensitive, so the only way I go to 4th is in a wide open flat area with no obstructions or traffic :)

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Edited by **Brian**, 28 November 2007 - 11:07 AM.

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Do post pics :)
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i've got this guy Posted Image it's a 2001 tacoma SR5 (though i've got the stepside model...very hard to find)....i've got the largest 4 cylinder toyota made that year...and 4 wheel drive...i love the thing...i bought it with 40k miles on it...and i'm almost at 100k now...i've wrecked it once...but it's a great truck
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2006 Chevy Equinox (mine is white tho).
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Add the wife's car.
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I like the Equinox's looks :) Never been in one though.

And you gotta love the Prius, it's so gadgety inside :)
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Okay... so technically these are my parent's cars... But since I don't have my own, these count. An 05 (i know the picture is an 06) Grey Honda Pilot and a "Yoda Green" 2006 Toyota Corolla. Both are awesome. I live in Salt Lake City, UT, so the Pilot is great for winter and Yoda is great for summer. The Yoda is usually my date car.
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This is mine (but mine is blue):


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Okay... so technically these are my parent's cars... But since I don't have my own, these count. An 05 (i know the picture is an 06) Grey Honda Pilot and a "Yoda Green" 2006 Toyota Corolla. Both are awesome. I live in Salt Lake City, UT, so the Pilot is great for winter and Yoda is great for summer. The Yoda is usually my date car.

I am sure that works out well especially sense 2 days ago we started getting snow. Unlike my car Driving 2 days ago was fun especially sense my nob for my temperature controls need to be changed with pliers.

This is my car except mine is gray and without the spoiler. I bought it with 130000 miles on it for 3000 It now has over 230000. I have also driven it though Nevada.
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Hi sari!Who is the manufacturer of the car you're driving?I never seen that model,i dont think it's available in europe
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Looks like a FORD zorba.
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Hi sari!Who is the manufacturer of the car you're driving?I never seen that model,i dont think it's available in europe


It's a Subaru B9 Tribeca - it was a new model in 2006.
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