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post #121 of 3658 Old 09-20-2006, 06:57 PM
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post #122 of 3658 Old 09-23-2006, 08:47 PM
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post #123 of 3658 Old 09-23-2006, 09:55 PM
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post #124 of 3658 Old 09-25-2006, 08:07 PM
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post #125 of 3658 Old 09-26-2006, 01:42 PM
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my '65 356c, before and after pics




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post #126 of 3658 Old 09-26-2006, 03:53 PM
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wow. thats a thing of beauty. Always loved german engineering... atleast until they decieded to just become american. "Throw out that twin turbo'd v6 and just toss a big ol' V8 in there... and make all our sports cars SUVs... thanks."
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post #127 of 3658 Old 09-26-2006, 06:03 PM
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I don't have it anymore R.I.P totalled in a T-bone accident. Slow as a dog, but fun as hell to drive. Turned more heads than my Jeep has.


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post #128 of 3658 Old 09-26-2006, 07:11 PM
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post #129 of 3658 Old 09-27-2006, 08:08 AM
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I don't have it anymore R.I.P totalled in a T-bone accident. Slow as a dog, but fun as hell to drive. Turned more heads than my Jeep has.


I had one just like it in Red, I bent it in half in a bad New England snow storm.
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post #130 of 3658 Old 09-27-2006, 08:39 AM
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I had one just like it in Red, I bent it in half in a bad New England snow storm.
They are nice trucks aren't they? It was fun to putt around in. Did you have the 4.3?


The funny thing was, the police officer took my report BEFORE I recieved medical treatment. He rated the damage to my truck as "superficial" even the bed and cab were completely caved. The crow bar for the jack was sticking straight out of the side of the cab. AND he gave me a ticket for failure to yield while turning left even though I was already in the intersection when the light turned red, the woman sped up to beat the light and hit me. I did almost a 720. I then drove it home, once it got to the shop it said the axles were locked up and the cop should have NEVER let me drive it home.

On a side note, if anybody ever goes to japan I highly suggest going and picking up a charm from one of their shrines. My GF brought me back a japanese charm that protects against injury/death from accidents. Since I have had it i have been t-boned, side swiped, and rear ended. I have walked away with only soreness from all of them. I think it works.

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They are nice trucks aren't they? It was fun to putt around in. Did you have the 4.3?


The funny thing was, the police officer took my report BEFORE I recieved medical treatment. He rated the damage to my truck as "superficial" even the bed and cab were completely caved. The crow bar for the jack was sticking straight out of the side of the cab. AND he gave me a ticket for failure to yield while turning left even though I was already in the intersection when the light turned red, the woman sped up to beat the light and hit me. I did almost a 720. I then drove it home, once it got to the shop it said the axles were locked up and the cop should have NEVER let me drive it home.

On a side note, if anybody ever goes to japan I highly suggest going and picking up a charm from one of their shrines. My GF brought me back a japanese charm that protects against injury/death from accidents. Since I have had it i have been t-boned, side swiped, and rear ended. I have walked away with only soreness from all of them. I think it works.
That sucks, cops love to hand out those tickets, its retarded. I wrecked my trucked on the highway in a blizzard, there was about 5"s of snow on the road when i was trying to get home. I ended up sliding off the road, nailing the gaurd rail, and bent the truck in half. I ended up getting knocked out from the impact (temple hit the upper seatbelt mount, and broke the back window with my head too, double whammy! 10pts!) When the cops finally showed up he asked me if i was speeding, and i said no, didn't ask or check to see if i was ok (i'm bleeding pretty bad from the head) and he walked back to his squad car and got in! The fire department showed up a bit later, and put me on a back board and pulled me out of the truck. After I was strapped on the board, the officer walks over and puts a ticket on my chest and says, heres your ticket, failure to maintain lane, and he walks away.....
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****ty situation for the accident but I hate to be the prick here. It is your responsibility to ensure the intersection is clear before you turn regardless of light colour. I woked at a police station and there were so many "but the light was yellow/red so i had right of way excuses"

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****ty situation for the accident but I hate to be the prick here. It is your responsibility to ensure the intersection is clear before you turn regardless of light colour. I woked at a police station and there were so many "but the light was yellow/red so i had right of way excuses"
Ok so if I am sitting in the middle of the intersection the light is green, then turns to yellow, then turns to red. There are 3 lanes on this road. I am the only car in the intersection. The light is red. I remember looking up and seeing the red light. It is rush hour traffic, cars in the other two lanes have all but come to a complete stop. In the far right lane the lady punched it and T-boned me. Still my fault? That's not what I told the cop that was there maybe 30 seconds after it happend because I was still in a daise. Maybe I had a concussion, I was kind of queezy that day. My boss came down to see me because I was only 2 minutes from work and a parent said they saw me in an accident. She said I wasn't making any sense at all. But the police officer took my report before the paramedics arrived.

For the record the Judge through out the ticket.

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My Passat wagon on the right, brothers XJ on left.


And this is our old version of our shared car. Currently making it a Twin VR6 Turbo


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And this is our old version of our shared car. Currently making it a Twin VR6 Turbo


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