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    Edugeekers and Their Cars

    I thought id start a thread about peoples cars...

    ive got a 1994 Rover Mini 1275 with deepdish alloys, sportspack arches, rc 40 exhaust system, hi-los and other bits. Im thinking of making a mini with a 16V 2L Vtec next year but its unlikely.

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    Re: Edugeekers and Their Cars

    If I could afford one I'd have one of these.

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    Re: Edugeekers and Their Cars

    each to their own i suppose
    ah id build this http://www.westfield-sportscars.co.u...&lid=86&tlid=3

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    Re: Edugeekers and Their Cars

    Need to get around to getting one of these. So I'm never late for work.

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    Re: Edugeekers and Their Cars

    I'm currently trying to justify to myself that I can afford to swap my current coupe for a Monaro, but people keep telling me to be sensible and use the money for a house deposit

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    Re: Edugeekers and Their Cars

    wil0: I think that's been on Sky's Vroom Vroom before... look pretty cool 8)

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    Re: Edugeekers and Their Cars

    Monaro for sure! Those people obviously dont know anything about cars!

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    wil0: I think that's been on Sky's Vroom Vroom before... look pretty cool 8)
    Yeah, they are awesome my dads got a 2litre zetec westfield, Its got the same colour scheme as Patrick McGoohan's car from "The Prisoner", waiting till next year to get insured on it, wont get to drive it much cos il be at uni though...

    Webman, what do you drive?

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    Re: Edugeekers and Their Cars

    Well I have a 1.6 Vauxhall Meriva or if the wife needs it for the kids I have my push bike

    Ben

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    Re: Edugeekers and Their Cars

    There's been a previous thread on this: "what do you drive" I think

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    Re: Edugeekers and Their Cars

    I drive my mum's Daewoo Matiz at the moment.

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    Re: Edugeekers and Their Cars

    VW FTW I should be more specific, MK4 1.9 TDI 5 door, with R32 bits on it to make it look better, but I should add I'm going to go and testdrive the new R32 and new GTI and the new GT TDI over the next month and look to changing it.

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    Re: Edugeekers and Their Cars

    Ford Escort 1.6i 16v mark 5 and its shite but it get me there and back.

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    Re: Edugeekers and Their Cars

    I want a teleport system. The fecking motorway was shut for HOURS yesterday because some idiot BMW X5 driver wandered onto the carriageway to see if a lump of debris had fallen off his car. The truck that hit him made a hell-of-a-mess. 12 miles took me 50mins because I know the backroads, our Polish cleaner was stuck in his car for 3 1/2 hours doing 20 miles.

    I just want Scottie to beam me up, then home.







    Still, that's one fewer X5 on the road...

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    Re: Edugeekers and Their Cars

    I have a Citroen C4 VTR+

    Citroens are great value, they break down and have so many parts replaced that you get 2 cars for the price of one!

    Just kidding, the only thing we've had replaced on the C4 is the windscreen (4 times)

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    Re: Edugeekers and Their Cars

    I drive Nissan Micra - it's all I need = cheap and reliable

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