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post #51 of 1985 (permalink) Old 04-28-2009, 10:48 PM
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Get yourself an 80's Town & Country.



Not only will the wood panelling resist scratches, it'll make the hos moist.
Its true, I've seen it happen.
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post #52 of 1985 (permalink) Old 04-29-2009, 01:33 AM
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Its true, I've seen it happen.
If you really want to make the panties drop, you have to go with a European design. May I suggest the Fiat Multipla.



Such classical styling lines. Or of course, there's some girls that won't go for a spin unless you're rolling in Detroit Iron. And nothing says steeze like the Pontiac Aztek



But everyone knows, the only way to be straight up G and get those ho's to be jumpin' in yo ride is to chop and drop your whip. Which is why the discerning gentleman will go with the following.





My personal opinion on the actual coolest car to take to the mountain? Show up with your snowboard on top of one of these


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If you really want to make the panties drop, you have to go with a European design. May I suggest the Fiat Multipla.

I can see why they called it the Multipla. It looks like two cars smooshed together.
post #54 of 1985 (permalink) Old 04-30-2009, 11:29 PM
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2005 Nissan Sentra currently. I'm going up to Reno in the fall for school, so hopefully FWD will be enough to get me to most of the major resorts.
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My ride 1996 WRX STi sedan-can only seat 2 + boards but goes like hell.

My wifeys 2000 Subaru forester turbo. Goes really well up the mountain and on the highway home.

Sometimes we take my friends old Isuzu Trooper up too.3.2 turbo diesel it bombs up there lol
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I only have one car right now, 2008 Honda Accord Coupe 5 Speed.

Sadly, if I bring my own gear I can only bring one other person with me. Although, I have carried three snowboards and all the riders' gear in the trunk. The last person had no other way of bringing his stuff.

I'm scared of the abuse my car is going through, but what choice do I have when I'm jonesing?
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I only have one car right now, 2008 Honda Accord Coupe 5 Speed.

Sadly, if I bring my own gear I can only bring one other person with me. Although, I have carried three snowboards and all the riders' gear in the trunk. The last person had no other way of bringing his stuff.
Really? Because I have an Integra, which is about the same size, if not smaller than the Accord... I fit 2 boards and a set of skis in the back, with one of the rear seats folded flat. Packed the trunk full of gear, and put 3 people in and was good to go.
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post #59 of 1985 (permalink) Old 05-20-2009, 12:27 AM
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Really? Because I have an Integra, which is about the same size, if not smaller than the Accord... I fit 2 boards and a set of skis in the back, with one of the rear seats folded flat. Packed the trunk full of gear, and put 3 people in and was good to go.
In the new accord coupes there isn't a 60/40 splitting rear seat. The whole damn thing goes down. I doubt any of my friends would feel comfortable enough to sit on top of a seat next to our boards for such a long trip lol.
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the 330xi is an all wheel drive isnt? if you have an automatic then i guess ur screwed. i have a civic SI in manual so i just put on snow tires and gently caress the clutch and im off
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