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Pics from Toronto auto show this weekend (56K beware)

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  • #16
    i think almost every car manufacturer had some display ther... even rolls royce had 1 car there

    1988 323 Station Wagon - KLG4 swapped
    1988 323 GT - B6T Powered
    2008 Ford Escape - Rollover Survivor

    1990 Festiva - First Ever Completed KLZE swap (SOLD)

    If no one from the future stops you from doing it, how bad of a decision can it really be?

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    • #17
      there were some cars there that weren't at the detroit international auto show. like some of the older lambos and auston martin, wierd

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      • #18
        Next time you better take me DAMKID
        ~Bradleys Moma~ Sexi Ma~

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        • #19
          ^^LOL! You better take her!
          Brian
          http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2274977



          93 GL modyfied!!!

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          • #20
            ^^ i guess i'll have to

            1988 323 Station Wagon - KLG4 swapped
            1988 323 GT - B6T Powered
            2008 Ford Escape - Rollover Survivor

            1990 Festiva - First Ever Completed KLZE swap (SOLD)

            If no one from the future stops you from doing it, how bad of a decision can it really be?

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            • #21
              That metallic green Viper caught me off guard. I thought I was looking at the nose of a new S2000, only bigger.

              As for the Nissan GT-R...I'm having a great time giggling at the customers at work. They all talk about the 911 Turbo and GT3 as if they're the end all and be all, and how Japanese cars are for nothing more than reliability. Well, the GT-R handed Porsche their own butt at the Nurburgring during testing, and will do so again on the street.

              Jim

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