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Old 05-27-2015, 11:33 AM   #22741
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I ****ing hate people that do that. Be honest and upfront in your ad, jesus.
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What does a girl have to do to get it in the butt thats all I ever wanted from you. Why, Ace? Why? I clean my asshole every night hoping and wishing and it never happens.
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Old 05-27-2015, 11:37 AM   #22742
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never in my life will I own a "stanced" "bagged" "slammed" etc vehicle, of any kind. that's a guarantee and a promise.

I'm not even entirely sure that the allroad is the one I want quite yet. I loved it, thought it was great, but its real hard to beat a pickup for Canadian winters like bobdetroit said. a Ram/F150/Silverado will get through damn near everything and will end up costing a lot less than an audi when repair time comes around.

Plus, I know from experience that it really doesn't matter how deep the snow is outside, a truck will get you there. Back when I used to work part time at that shitty little bakery, I'd get up at 5:30 in the morning, see that the snow had grown to be knee height overnight, hop in my old beat up silverado at 6:00am and make my way to work without incident, then get there and discover that I was the only person who showed up for work, and the people making 5 times what I make decided to stay home because they "couldn't get out of their driveways".


Yeah sure a pickup will remove any and all doubt that you CAN get there, but honestly as lousy as our winters are, they really aren't that bad at all lmao. I got through this past winter in my Passat that had nearly bald summer tires on it without incidence, lmao. An Allroad can handle anything our winters throw at us NO problem, while being infinitely better on fuel (premium, granted, but with the tank size difference it's really negligible), more comfortable, more practical, has more features, the AWD isn't going to be any less useful for your purposes than a full blown 4x4, plus it's just cool as ****.
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Old 05-27-2015, 03:01 PM   #22743
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This is going up for sale at work, and I kind of want it. I wish I could buy it.
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Old 05-27-2015, 03:05 PM   #22744
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This is going up for sale at work, and I kind of want it. I wish I could buy it.






reaaaaally don't like integras. their namesake has been absolutely demolished by all the dumb ass kids that drive them in my area. I'm sure its a hell of a good time in that thing on a track though
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Old 05-27-2015, 04:48 PM   #22745
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I wouldn't go out of my way to get a stock Integra, but something like that would be fun to own.
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Old 05-27-2015, 04:56 PM   #22746
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Looks ready to go tarmac rallying. Don't care for the paint scheme but the rest is pretty cool. Can't imagine it would be all that competitive though.
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Old 05-28-2015, 10:55 PM   #22747
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Going to check out a Legacy GT Spec B next Wednesday, hopefully it's as clean as it looks on the add. Love those cars !

Never been a fan of integra's, but a fully stripped and caged car always seems like a fun thing to own
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I wouldn't go out of my way to get a stock Integra, but something like that would be fun to own.


agreed, It'd probably be a lot of fun to take it out on a track and just drive the balls off it. I'm sure ANY stripped out and caged car is a ton of fun, as good lord said.


I despise integras, but that's because of the people who tend to own them, not necessarily because of the car itself. the manual tranny in the integra type R (any Type R in general, really) is known to be absolutely brilliant, and the engine puts down a fantastic amount of power for a small N/A 4 cylinder. the car itself is a fantastic car for what is is, but unfortunately I believe its reputation is irreversibly marred by the typical sideways hat wearing Jabronies who buy beat up old integras, slam it, put a bunch of JDM stickers on it and go around trying to race Corvettes and AMGs on the highway.

for me, there will only ever be one Honda to aspire to:



I've loved the NSX since the days where it was my number one choice in Gran Turismo 2. only the mighty C4 corvette could take its place in my 7 year old heart



glory days. to this day its a dream car for me, and I'd love to own an original NSX in yellow with the pop up headlights. most people consider it weird that I view the c4 corvette as a dream car i'd love to own one day when the mustang I drive already would absolutely demolish most c4 examples, but its amazing what nostalgia and childhood memories can make special for you. I've never seen a C4 corvette drive past me without remarking about how cool it is and getting all excited, when most people would just view it as an "old" car. to me, every c4 corvette on the road is a childhood hero in the flesh, a hero that 7 year old me wished every day he could drive.

Legends never die, and for me, these 2 will never ever stop being cool.





(wow, that was a really long, nostalgic post, but I've been up all night working on something and my sleep deprived brain really misses being 7 years old lol)
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Old Yesterday, 05:23 AM   #22749
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Thought I'd share here. Doing a time trial on Pistonheads. This is currently the second fastest Formula C Donington National lap on PS4. The other is the guy leading the PH trial!

Massive **** up into T1 but the rest of the lap is good if a little untidy

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Old Yesterday, 02:48 PM   #22750
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That game looks dope. Is there actual damage realism?

Lol shiny in GT2 i always went for the NSX or M5, every time. I also really love Del Sols, they are so cool to me and id love one for a weekender. But the consummate car to me is the M5. Always has been and will be.
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Yes you can damage the car. It will show deformation of the body work, smashed glass and wheels taken off etc. You can also damage suspension, radiators etc. Constantly running over kerbs can damage suspension/puncture tyres and over revving the engine can blow it too.

There is also wear on brakes and tyres and of course fuel usage. As well as of course temperature change and altitude having an effect as well as tyre temperature. You can make all real world adjustments to the cars. So if you have a car that has adjustable suspension it is there in the game.

Genuinely it is brilliant, if a little rough on some edges.
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AC, rFactor > pCar

I think pCar was overhyped by its backers, many of whom are also pseudo investors of the game.
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Old Yesterday, 05:06 PM   #22753
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Yeah but you drive a BMW so your opinion is null and void.
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Old Yesterday, 05:25 PM   #22755
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Nope! Just picked up a copy as there is no other simish racer on PS4.

edit - forgot to add that I got some new tyres today Here's to another 20k.
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