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"Just got a shipment of used cars!"







Its a 92 cougar 5.0L v8, has black leather interior, 5 speed, cobra intake, flowmaster exhaust, prof tinted windows, blacked out headlights. No rips or tears in the leather. Body is completly rust free and has no dents or dings. Doors do not sag and close with the tip of a finger.

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63,456miles on tranny and engine
Oil changed every 3,000 miles with Mobile 1.
Alum driveshaft with 373 trac in the back
Cobra Intake with 70mm Tbody and MAF
Trickflow Alum heads
4 wheel disk breaks
underdrive pulley system
E303 camshaft
TCI trans cooler

Starting price $3,598

(this is fake, I just thought id show off my newest edition to my models)
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1.) 2 of your wheels are on backwards.

2.) Quite the ricer tips you have there.

3.) Please don't tell me you play with dolls!!!

4.) Nice sheets!!!




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1. lol i know, I couldnt get the rims to stay in the wheels any other way.

2. No sir! they may be a little big for the car but they look nice!

3. haha no those are my 5 yo sisters dolls

4. the flowers in the sheets bring out the color in my eyes
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ugh, that pos site i host my pics on is prob down, give it some time, ifnot, ill be complaining to them again
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well if u do take some pics!
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Its a 92 cougar 5.0L v8, has black leather interior, 5 speed, cobra intake, flowmaster exhaust, prof tinted windows, blacked out headlights. No rips or tears in the leather. Body is completly rust free and has no dents or dings. Doors do not sag and close with the tip of a finger.

Specs
63,456miles on tranny and engine
Oil changed every 3,000 miles with Mobile 1.
Alum driveshaft with 373 trac in the back
Cobra Intake with 70mm Tbody and MAF
Trickflow Alum heads
4 wheel disk breaks
underdrive pulley system
E303 camshaft
TCI trans cooler

Starting price $3,598

(this is fake, I just thought id show off my newest edition to my models)

Did you do the custom cougar with the low rider suspension? I want to do that. But I am not sure I will have enough room, might put it to the rockers. I was thinking of molding my own headlights to get a closer match to my 97. But that would be way to much work for a $10 model.
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Did you do the custom cougar with the low rider suspension? I want to do that. But I am not sure I will have enough room, might put it to the rockers. I was thinking of molding my own headlights to get a closer match to my 97. But that would be way to much work for a $10 model.

NOTHING is too much for a $10 model

I made my own rear suspension for a '32 coupe once, out of brass springs and existing plastic parts.

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I'm impressed with the girl in Pic #4.........those must be some GREAT implants if she's holding up the hood with just the power of her boobies.........

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Ya its the low rider cougar, but i didnt put any of that on. just stock height.


hahah josh, i didnt even notice that, i guess anything is possible when a chick is face to face with a 426hemi
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I think my cougar could beat your cougar..lol



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63,456miles on tranny and engine
Oil changed every 3,000 miles with Mobile 1.
Alum driveshaft with 373 trac in the back
Cobra Intake with 70mm Tbody and MAF
Trickflow Alum heads
4 wheel disk breaks
underdrive pulley system
E303 camshaft
TCI trans cooler
thats nice and all...but my car has a turbocharger, full custom exhaust..yeh..its teh win.









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LMAO!!!!! Alright if you wanna play that game, I guess ill have to twin s/c mine, put some slicks on it and a 3" cowl hood
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Those are sweet guys........

Man...... oh yea those girls should be posted in the pics/vids section "girls with birds" or cats for this matter........







Were a bunch of nerds lol

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Were a bunch of nerds lol
, thats what I have been called. Im 20 years old, building models and still playing with r/c cars
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Yea, is it wrong I like to play with my sons matchbox cars, and John Deere tractors and stuff, even after he has gone to bed??????


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you have a son!?!!! wow, i wish i had a son..... I play with my own hotwheels cars. I have about 200 of them right next to my bed I think thats worse off than playing with ur sons!
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haha, I feel like such a looser looking at the hotwheels in wal mart or what ever.. I'm normally the oldest one there.








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haha, I feel like such a looser looking at the hotwheels in wal mart or what ever.. I'm normally the oldest one there.

Yea people look at you funny when they see you sort through a line of cars on the rack when your just looking to see if anything sweet is hiding behind the cars in the front. Or when your looking at the plastic models and rooting through them. Thats why with a 3 year old people dont look too funny at you......... its great

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nothing wrong with hotwheels, my collection dissapered , but i am adding to it. i also have over 100 die cast and yes i am almost thity and still play with rc cars too

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Yea people look at you funny when they see you sort through a line of cars on the rack when your just looking to see if anything sweet is hiding behind the cars in the front. Or when your looking at the plastic models and rooting through them. Thats why with a 3 year old people dont look too funny at you......... its great

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There was a big mesh bin of Hot Wheels at a Wal-mart, and I stood there for about fifteen minutes sorting through cars. I found a bunch of neat ones, including a Batmobile. At less than a buck, you can't beat the price, and they last forever, even considering what a toddler can do to toys! Hot Wheels / Matchbox cars are the bomb!

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