Post pictures of your car.. I just polished mine

Yea, im just bored and wanted to show off the wonderful job I did :smile:

http://j-enterprises.net/albums/album04/aaa.sized.jpg
http://j-enterprises.net/albums/album04/aab.sized.jpg
http://j-enterprises.net/albums/album04/aac.sized.jpg
http://j-enterprises.net/albums/album04/aad.sized.jpg
http://j-enterprises.net/albums/album04/aag.sized.jpg

Nice! Mine is completely covered in a frozen layer of mud, dirt and salt. I would post some pics, but apparently I broke my camera. My Firebird is getting an alarm installed in a week or two… I probably won’t wash it before dropping it off at the shop :wink:

Yea, my car was the same after I got back from terrace. Took 4 hours of scrubbing and polishing and waxing but its shiney.

Check out the fly rims on my ride yo!

http://hackingthemainframe.com/coppermine/albums/userpics/10013/normal_IMG_0102.JPG

[quote=“smartass”]Check out the fly rims on my ride yo!

http://hackingthemainframe.com/coppermine/albums/userpics/10013/normal_IMG_0102.JPG[/quote]

I see part of your ride needs a good waxing too :laughing:

Here is my ride:

http://forums.autoweek.com/servlet/JiveServlet/download/17-12213-235256-3433/greenie2.jpg

Wow, nice ride Big Thumb! Does that thing come with a flux capacitor?

Im honestly considering one for my next car :wink:

delorean.com/refurbished.asp

It’s not a Delorean. It’s a Bricklin. After all, I’m in New Brunswick now!
I watched a docu-drama about that car yesterday. It will be on French CBC sometimes this winter. I will let you guys know because there is enough English spoken in the film to get the general idea. It has some humour and is a bit corny but boy that car was a real car.

Jesus, there’s a bricklin for sale here:

http://www.californiabricklinowners.org/CBO%20Cars%20for%20Sale.htm

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[quote=“smartass”]Check out the fly rims on my ride yo!

http://hackingthemainframe.com/coppermine/albums/userpics/10013/normal_IMG_0102.JPG[/quote]

I see part of your ride needs a good waxing too :laughing:[/quote]

LMAO That’s funny…

Here is mine.

http://jleaman.ath.cx/dac/jason.jpg

http://hackingthemainframe.com/coppermine/albums/userpics/10006/normal_Bruzza%20Mach%203.jpg

My car days before I bought it:
http://www.cab9.net/sp/jetta/before_purchase.jpg

My car almost now:
http://www.cab9.net/sp/jetta/updated_front.jpg
http://www.cab9.net/sp/jetta/ass_end.jpg
http://www.cab9.net/sp/jetta/rear_deck.jpg
http://www.cab9.net/sp/jetta/cockpit.jpg

Since ^ photo was taken I’ve changed around my audio, got rid of the nasty water in the headlight and some other shiat.

http://www.cab9.net/sp/jetta/rim_comparison.jpg

I painted the rims too. Actually only the two front ones… I ran out of paint and became lazy and just pressure washed the ones on the rear til they looked decent. I want some BBS rims from the old Volkswagen GTI, they’d look sexy on my Jetta.

My goal (fat chance with University and all)

http://www.cab9.net/sp/jetta/dubmodder.jpg

BTW, Mig, I know you drive a Cabriolet. Although they have no Cabbies on the site, check dubmodder.com, it’s pretty fun.

I drove the car off the lot for $300 and since then I’ve:

  • Reset Timing
  • New O2 Sensor
  • New CVs
  • Selective paint work (Can’t wait to do the whole dealio)
  • Restored plastic trim parts
  • Had exhaust holes welded up, maybe a new muffler soon
  • Some new windows because some were broken
  • Pioneer 6x9 Triaxals in the rear, 1 JVC 5 1/4" in the door panel, 1 Pioneer 3 1/2" in the dash, and a 10" Kenwood Sub in the trunk (I’m at a transition time…)
  • New Interior
  • Major Interior Cleaning
  • New Rubber
  • E-Brake
  • Speedo Cable / Gear
  • Gaskets, Filters, etc.

That’s like 1/2 of it, I haven’t really kept track of all the work I’ve done but I love my car, despite how often I’ll find myself riding it real hard and asking whether or not it’ll just blow up one day. After all, it’s got 330,000kms on it, and could be more considering the odometer wasn’t working when I bought it.

[quote=“SteveDVS”]My car days before I bought it:

That’s like 1/2 of it, I haven’t really kept track of all the work I’ve done but I love my car, despite how often I’ll find myself riding it real hard and asking whether or not it’ll just blow up one day. After all, it’s got 330,000kms on it, and could be more considering the odometer wasn’t working when I bought it.[/quote]

:laughing: your car suffers from the same issues mine does :wink: is a miserable old bag… I tend to use a certain C word to describe it but the ladies don’t like that word :wink: When my transmission went people said to get rid of my car but i spent 3k because I love my car. You’ve got about 100 000km more than me though i want to make my odometer roll over to 0 8)

Steve do you really think it’s smart having your speakers and amp exposed in the rear window like that? Thats just BEGGING for some fucktard to come along and break out a window for that stuff.

Mike

Cover that shit up! On my way to Calgary, I stopped in Kamloops for Halloween. My bike, hydaration pack, and back pack came inside with me. In the morning, my dash was ripped apart, my Clarion CD player was gone, my flight bag with all of my licenses, $900 headset, iPod and flight computers and logbook was gone, my collection of about 150 DVD/DIVX discs, all of my new clothes, dress shirts, parasuco jeans, and jackets were gone, and my tools, cell holder, battery, cables and who knows what else I havn’t even thought of yet was all gone. They were decent enough to leave the passenger side door open and soak one of my favorite t-shirts in chemical to wipe the car down when they left… ICBC would cover broken plastic and the CD player, but I was on my way to Calgary and they couldn’t fit me in for an appointment for a couple of days. The RCMP also wouldn’t come by that day. Needless to say, I drove to Calgary anyway and nothing has been or will be replaced becuase if I missed my course, I would be out another $250 bucks. So I lost about $4000 in stuff, not to mention valuable backups of data, photos and other sentimental stuff on the DVDs and iPod I’ll never see again. For $300 dollars, ICBC will replace my 2 year old CD player which originally cost $308 dollars after taxes…

So cover that shit up! I made the mistake of leaving the faceplate on that night. Everything else was in the hatchback under a wool blanket. Out of sight and out of mind. I’m sure if I took off the faceplate, I’d still be able to fly and I wouldn’t be flat broke, without music, clothes and movies.

http://student.charleshays.net/~brigliod/myjeep.jpg
http://student.charleshays.net/~brigliod/jeep.jpg

[quote=“orangetang”]Cover that shit up! On my way to Calgary, I stopped in Kamloops for Halloween. My bike, hydaration pack, and back pack came inside with me. In the morning, my dash was ripped apart, my Clarion CD player was gone, my flight bag with all of my licenses, $900 headset, iPod and flight computers and logbook was gone, my collection of about 150 DVD/DIVX discs, all of my new clothes, dress shirts, parasuco jeans, and jackets were gone, and my tools, cell holder, battery, cables and who knows what else I havn’t even thought of yet was all gone. They were decent enough to leave the passenger side door open and soak one of my favorite t-shirts in chemical to wipe the car down when they left… ICBC would cover broken plastic and the CD player, but I was on my way to Calgary and they couldn’t fit me in for an appointment for a couple of days. The RCMP also wouldn’t come by that day. Needless to say, I drove to Calgary anyway and nothing has been or will be replaced becuase if I missed my course, I would be out another $250 bucks. So I lost about $4000 in stuff, not to mention valuable backups of data, photos and other sentimental stuff on the DVDs and iPod I’ll never see again. For $300 dollars, ICBC will replace my 2 year old CD player which originally cost $308 dollars after taxes…

So cover that shit up! I made the mistake of leaving the faceplate on that night. Everything else was in the hatchback under a wool blanket. Out of sight and out of mind. I’m sure if I took off the faceplate, I’d still be able to fly and I wouldn’t be flat broke, without music, clothes and movies.[/quote]

Fuck! That sucks, Landon!

I’m really sorry to hear that, man…

[quote=“SteveDVS”]My car days before I bought it:
http://www.cab9.net/sp/jetta/before_purchase.jpg

My car almost now:
http://www.cab9.net/sp/jetta/updated_front.jpg
http://www.cab9.net/sp/jetta/ass_end.jpg
http://www.cab9.net/sp/jetta/rear_deck.jpg
http://www.cab9.net/sp/jetta/cockpit.jpg

Since ^ photo was taken I’ve changed around my audio, got rid of the nasty water in the headlight and some other shiat.

http://www.cab9.net/sp/jetta/rim_comparison.jpg

I painted the rims too. Actually only the two front ones… I ran out of paint and became lazy and just pressure washed the ones on the rear til they looked decent. I want some BBS rims from the old Volkswagen GTI, they’d look sexy on my Jetta.

My goal (fat chance with University and all)

http://www.cab9.net/sp/jetta/dubmodder.jpg

BTW, Mig, I know you drive a Cabriolet. Although they have no Cabbies on the site, check dubmodder.com, it’s pretty fun.

I drove the car off the lot for $300 and since then I’ve:

  • Reset Timing
  • New O2 Sensor
  • New CVs
  • Selective paint work (Can’t wait to do the whole dealio)
  • Restored plastic trim parts
  • Had exhaust holes welded up, maybe a new muffler soon
  • Some new windows because some were broken
  • Pioneer 6x9 Triaxals in the rear, 1 JVC 5 1/4" in the door panel, 1 Pioneer 3 1/2" in the dash, and a 10" Kenwood Sub in the trunk (I’m at a transition time…)
  • New Interior
  • Major Interior Cleaning
  • New Rubber
  • E-Brake
  • Speedo Cable / Gear
  • Gaskets, Filters, etc.

That’s like 1/2 of it, I haven’t really kept track of all the work I’ve done but I love my car, despite how often I’ll find myself riding it real hard and asking whether or not it’ll just blow up one day. After all, it’s got 330,000kms on it, and could be more considering the odometer wasn’t working when I bought it.[/quote]

Image whore

^ Quote whore ^

Jesus is that a turbo?

I’d post mine but I have no hosting.

Its better than just turbo… its turbo all wheel drive :smiley: