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Started by tl123tsk, 09/24/2007 10:11AM
Posted 09/24/2007 10:11AM Opening Post
this

http://www.leftlanenews.com/mercedes-benz-c63-amg.html

or that

http://jalopnik.com/cars/frankfurt-auto-show/a-pre+frankfurt-auto-show-unveiling-for-the-audi-rs6-avant-296378.php

and perhaps this

http://www.leftlanenews.com/2008-bmw-m5-touring-revealed.html

if i can only have ONE car, it's going to be a bad-@$$ wagon. this one seems quite affordable and quick to boot.

http://www.bmwusa.com/vehicles/5/535xisportswagon/default
Posted 09/24/2007 04:23PM | Edited 09/24/2007 06:50PM #1
Those are just sad shadows of bad arse wagons. wink Drive those and people will think you are a lawyer. Get something cool. You could get yourself something like this and a nice crate motor . . .

http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Downs/2779/

Here are the wagons of my childhood.

A wagon like this can haul arse with a wife, two kids, a dog, three guinea pigs, and a tent big enough for a whole circus.

http://faculty.concord.edu/chrisz/hobby/Courtesy/68-SWSticker.html

I'd also highly recommend the 1976 version of this car for learning to drive in the snow. There is a difference between pumping the brake pedal and jabbing the break pedal.

http://www.cascaderamblers.org/common/closeup.php?frompage=/common/gallery.php&pos=2&PageNo=1&syear=1975&eyear=1978&make=AMC&model=Matador&owner=&year=&querytype=&personid=&carid=

Both of these have rear seats that face backwards and allow your kids to annoy fellow motorists or to allow your kids to fly an imaginary B-17 over Germany while you take them to Walmart. The rear window can also be lowered to allow your dog to self-deploy against neighborhood squirrels. grin

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