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If you could have a garage that holds four cars to fit all your practical needs and money is not an option what would be in it? (there is a full recording studio over this garage of dreams, so you don't need to take up a bay or 2 with your band gear)

You must have one of each of these:
A utility vehicle(includes trucks, SUVs, vans, half tracks.... whatever can do the work you need done)
A "Fun Car"
A beater(for winter, bad weather and just generally abusing)
and a practical car

for me it goes like this:

Utility: Dodge Sprinter van (can hold gear and haul furniture or a trailer for a small boat)
Fun: Caterham 7 or 1965 Studebaker Avanti (I'd eenie-meanie-miney-mo this one)
Beater: Ford Focus
Practical: Audi A3
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#2
Utility Vehicle: Ford Transit
Fun Car: VW Hippy Van, with uber-amazing sound system
Beater: Hummer H1
Practical Car: Ford Mondeo
#3
Hummer H1
Ferrari Enzo
Ferrari 599GTB (yes, you can use it on winter)
BMW 130i
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Utility: Probably some SUV. I don't really know what make or model, anything will do.
Fun: The Mutha-Fuggin BatMobile.
Beater: The car I have now.
Practical: A hybrid.

Note: I know next to nothing about cars, please excuse my lack of details.
#7
Utility would have to be a Dodge Ram 1500 Hemi Shortbox
Fun would be a Ferrari F50
Beater...if you could call it a beater....if money isnt an option i would deffinetly drive a range rover in the snow...hell even if money was an iddue i would drive a range rover in the snow
and my practical car would be Honda Civic Si
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Utility: Land Rover
Fun: BMW 7 series
Beater: 70's pickup truck
Practical: Some form of hybrid
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#16
Utility: I like the look of a raised 80-something Sierra.
Fun: '69 Camaro RS
Beater: Almost any type of 4 door ex-police car. Or just about any kind of 70's big engine 4 door boat with wheels.
Everyday: Either a newer Mustang(They've kinda grown on me over the past couple of months.), or the car I have now('90 Iroc.).
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#17
Good enough.
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#18
Utility - 1960 Land Rover Series II 88"
"Fun Car" - 1966 Gordon Keeble
Beater - 1976 Range Rover 2-Door
Practical - 1973 Jaguar XJ6 4.2l saloon

mmm...classics.
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Utility: Range Rover Sport
Fun: Ford Mustang GT
Beater: Hummer H anything
Practical: Ranger Rover =] lol
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#21
That's cool, we have a 1964 Studabaker Avanti..

Utility Vehicle: 1970 Dodge Charger ( It'll pull a trailer, bitch.)
Fun Car: A CBR600RR
Beater: A Hummer
Practical Car: A lifted Chevy 2500 HD
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That's cool, we have a 1964 Studabaker Avanti..

Utility Vehicle: 1970 Dodge Charger ( It'll pull a trailer, bitch.)
Fun Car: A CBR600RR
Beater: A Hummer
Practical Car: A lifted Chevy 2500 HD


sweet, we have a '56 Studebaker pickup (C-cab) and a '47 studebaker pickup (M-cab)

Nice to see some Studebaker representin!
#23
Utility: Chevy silverado 3500HD LTZ
Fun: Dodge Viper
Beater: Subaru impreza
Practical: skyline
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Utility: GMC 1983 G-series van, like the A-Team, customized like theirs
Fun Car: BMW Z4 M Coupe
Beater: 1965 El Camino
Practical: Audi A4
#27
Utility: My Dad's 1987 Chevy custom 10
Fun: 1968 Corvette Stingray in Red
Beater: an old Plymouth Barricuda
Practical: A JAG xj 12 or something like that.
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#29
Utility: Ford Tranny (the Roadie classic)

Fun: Subaru Justy

Beater: Westfield kitcar with a hyabusa engine

Practical: The new landrover freelander, it looks awsome (as much as I cant stand landrover in general)
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#30
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Beater: Westfield kitcar with a hyabusa engine

Naaah, you want the Westfield Seight, as that has a PROPER engine. You can get it with the 3.5l or 4.0l Rover V8s. All aluminium blocks those things, so they're as light as hell and go like stink. A good friend of mine built one himself with a 3.5 Rover V8 in it, and it's AWESOME. Sounds fantastic, and goes like nothing else I've been in before too.
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I'd ride a bike, with a trailer.


4 car garage jamming station/recording studio FTW.
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#32
utility: old suburban with a brush guard and a lift and big tires
fun: ferrari
beater: an old shelby gt 500
practical: chevy 2500
#33
Utility: Custom Land Rover
Fun: Ducati 1098 (its a bike. better than any car)
Beater: Range Rover
Practical: Ford Trasit
#34
utility: toyota land cruiser
fun: porsche cayman
beater: geo metro
practical: VW GTI
#35
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Naaah, you want the Westfield Seight, as that has a PROPER engine. You can get it with the 3.5l or 4.0l Rover V8s. All aluminium blocks those things, so they're as light as hell and go like stink. A good friend of mine built one himself with a 3.5 Rover V8 in it, and it's AWESOME. Sounds fantastic, and goes like nothing else I've been in before too.



Theyre a very tourqey engine, my mates got a disco with the 3.5, you can set of in 5th nearly!

Pffft cars shmars, most bikes are quicker anyday. Im taking my full bike test next week, cant wait
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Quote by nick dixon
Theyre a very tourqey engine, my mates got a disco with the 3.5, you can set of in 5th nearly!

Pffft cars shmars, most bikes are quicker anyday. Im taking my full bike test next week, cant wait

Yeah the Rover V8 is FULL of torque. It's not all that powerful - I think STOCK it gives about 160hp or something (my friend's is over 200). But becayse it's an old engine in design, it has a nice long stroke on the pistons, and so give a lot of torque (about 285Nm when it was first used by Rover in the P5B)
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Quote by Calum_Barrow
Yeah the Rover V8 is FULL of torque. It's not all that powerful - I think STOCK it gives about 160hp or something (my friend's is over 200). But becayse it's an old engine in design, it has a nice long stroke on the pistons, and so give a lot of torque (about 285Nm when it was first used by Rover in the P5B)


Well, theres no subsitute for CC, but I think torque is a very overlooked thing, its okay having 150hp and 120Nm in your buzzy jap car, but its usless anywhere before 3000rpm, so really with a long stroke of the RR V8, its perfect.

Ha, my old car, daihatsu domino, 3 cyl, 790 cc (i think), someone had but the wrong cam in it, it went like holy shit, about 10Nm though. It was awsome at traffic lights though.
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#38
Utility: Hummer h1 army style with a 50cal on the roof
Fun: 1999 ferrari 360 spyder
Beater: geo on 22s
Practical: 07 rx8
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Quote by nick dixon
Well, theres no subsitute for CC, but I think torque is a very overlooked thing, its okay having 150hp and 120Nm in your buzzy jap car, but its usless anywhere before 3000rpm, so really with a long stroke of the RR V8, its perfect.

Ha, my old car, daihatsu domino, 3 cyl, 790 cc (i think), someone had but the wrong cam in it, it went like holy shit, about 10Nm though. It was awsome at traffic lights though.

LOL, I know what you mean. We have a 2002 Honda Civic 1.4l, and hell, I can exert more torque than that thing. It really is no good at low end torque, even more so being a Honda engine (Hondas are always very high-revving engines).
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