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Garfield 2

If you could have 5 cars in your garage

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Kevin...
Why not just pick an old Lancer Evo and get all the fun of the Laser/Talon/Eclipse (I hope you mean to get the AWD versions) plus two more doors and a slightly more functional back seat?

Correct me if I'm wrong, but did he not just post 5 cars, all of which are exactly the same car underneath?

He did. But don't tell him. He would be heartbroken.

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I wouldnt even want 5 cars, just 1. The prettiest car to never reach production ever.

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Maybe I could have 5 of them.

 

 

 

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sivispacem

 

I wouldnt even want 5 cars, just 1. The prettiest car to never reach production ever.

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Maybe I could have 5 of them.

That looks a bit like a Lola T70.

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1994 GMC Suburban K2500 - 24v Cummins/6-spd Allison 1000 conversion, Green/White 2-tone, sun roof, power seats, locks, etc. Grill guard & tail light guards

 

 

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1996 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport

 

 

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1988 Lamborghini Countach 5000

 

 

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2000 Lamborghini Diablo GTR

 

 

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1993 Lamborghini LM002

 

 

Also considered:

Jaguar XJ220

Ford Excursion

1967 Chevelle SS

M35A2

Jeep Wagoneer

1996 Dodge RAM 2500

Lancer Evo V Rally Car

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Lurch

For the Suburban there, not sure if the Allison 1000 will even bolt up to a Cummins (doesn't it have an integrated chevy bell?). But I know the bigger Allisons out of busses came mounted to 6bt's stock (standard SAE #2 bellhousing like any big truck) so they'll bolt right up. Of course, since a fully dressed 24 valve is nearly 1400 lbs (compared to around 850-900 for a fully dressed 6.5), at least throw a d60 under the front. Too much engine for the 9.25 IFS junk to handle.

 

Ya know, hypothetical dream and all.

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For the Suburban there, not sure if the Allison 1000 will even bolt up to a Cummins (doesn't it have an integrated chevy bell?). But I know the bigger Allisons out of busses came mounted to 6bt's stock (standard SAE #2 bellhousing like any big truck) so they'll bolt right up. Of course, since a fully dressed 24 valve is nearly 1400 lbs (compared to around 850-900 for a fully dressed 6.5), at least throw a d60 under the front. Too much engine for the 9.25 IFS junk to handle.

 

Ya know, hypothetical dream and all.

I've seen it done a few times before. Not nearly as common as other combos, but it must be possible. And since this is hypothetical, why not a Dana 60 up front and a Dana 80 in the rear? Works for me.

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Lurch

Expensive adapter though.

 

$1390.

 

I could probably buy a whole big 6 speed out of a bus or other big truck with bell, flywheel, and starter for that kind of money. I know there was a 90's 3500HD rolllback in the diesel shop of the trucking school I went to with a 12 valve 6bt hooked up to an Allison. Not sure if it was the little one out of a chevy or a big MD truck kind. Oh, and it had a D80 too (37 spline 10 lug chevy version).

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leik oh em jeez!

hmm. Means I could probably find a mid 90's 3500HD and just swap most of the drivetrain into a suburban. Never knew GM offered a Cummins in the 3500HD.

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Lurch

They didn't. This one either had a 454 or a 6.5 stock and most likely a 4L80E or a some big 5 speed and they swapped it over.

 

And by 3500HD I mean the ones with the big divider between the grill and bumper, tall frame, and 19.5's with 10 lug rear and 5 lug front.

 

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leik oh em jeez!

I knew what you were refering to, though I thought they used a 10 lug front end too. And I'm pretty sure I've seen a few 3500HDs with 8-lug front/rear. Guess it could depend on the year and model. (C/K)

 

Come to think of it, I'm not sure I've seen a 4x4 3500HD...

Edit: Nope, no 4x4 versions from the factory. And it does appear they all had 5 lugs up front, I must have been thinking of the F-450 or something.

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Lurch

None that were technically factory but there was a pretty reputable company (Monroe?) doing 4x4 conversions that I believe were even sold through Chevy dealerships. Open Knuckle D70 front and 80 rear with 5.13's and 10 lug 19.5's all the way around.

 

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They even made a military version with most ending up in the UK.

 

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Ford Thunderbird

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Ferrari f40

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Audi Quattro

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Jaguar xj220

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Subaru Impreza sti 1995

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Lamborghini Aventador:

 

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Lamborghini Murcielago SV:

 

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Ferrari 458:

 

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Land Rover Defender X-Tech:

 

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@Lurch: That first one looks like a beast. I've seen a good number of riced-out C1500s, but that military 3500HD is the ugliest GMT400 based truck I've ever seen.

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*MURDOC*

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Toyota AE86

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BRABUS Viano "Lounge Concept"

Naturally aspirated 6.1 liter V8

426 hp @ 5400 rpm

458 lb-ft @ 4100 rpm

0-62 mph = 5.9 seconds

 

32-inch electrically deployed LCD screen

Wireless LAN network

Sony Playstation 3

digital TV tuner

various external cameras

(For being driven around in, lol)

 

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Koenigsegg Agera R

1115 hp at 6900 rpm

0-62 mph = 2.9 seconds

45% front, 55% rear weight distribution

Curb weight 1435 kg

Removable hardtop stowable under the front hood lid

Vortex generating aluminium wheels with centre locking

(Because it's sweet)

 

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Scorpion 4x4

(Because truck)

http://www.scorpion4x4.com/

Here's more...

 

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Blastolene B-702

 

702 Cubic Inches GMC V-12

Allison 4 speed

155 in. Wheel Base

650 lb.ft. of torque at 850 rpm

19 feet long

4500 lbs.

(For sheer ridiculousness)

Blastolene.com

^Pretty much anything by these guys is awesome^

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Mercedes CLK63 AMG Black

Mercedes G55 AMG

Aston Martin DBR9

Scania P70

Suzuki Hayabusa

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The Sound of Milli Vanilli?!
  • Suzuki Hayabusa

The best two-wheeled car ever.

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Suzuki Hayabusa

 

The best two-wheeled car ever.

Oooh, are we doing bikes as well?

FWIW, the Hayabusa is a massive, heavy, lumbering juggernaut. They've got a very high top speed, but are pretty slow elsewhere. On a twisty road, a half-decent 1000cc will eat one for breakfast.

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1. 2001 Silverado 2500HDLS regular cab long bed

2. MY DAD'S '39 Ford coupe (sold years ago)

3. 2009 Dodge Challenger

4. MY DAD'S '80 El Camino Royal Knight

5. '99 Nissan Skyline R34

 

Quite a mix.

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1996 Buick Century

2002 Jeep Liberty Sport

2007 Lincoln Town Car

2004 Monte Carlo ss

1999 Cadillac Deville

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Why not just pick an old Lancer Evo and get all the fun of the Laser/Talon/Eclipse (I hope you mean to get the AWD versions) plus two more doors and a slightly more functional back seat?

Correct me if I'm wrong, but did he not just post 5 cars, all of which are exactly the same car underneath?

He did. But don't tell him. He would be heartbroken.

I guess, if you believe, anything can happen, and be different, lol.

 

Anyhow yeah, the Hyabusa’s are heave piggy’s, popular for drag bikes, not much else, I'd rather have a lighter weight 1000cc (or hell any lighter better handling bike with a good amount of though corner acceleration), as sivispacem said, which would eat a Hayabusa on any road with some twisty turns.

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stinomontana
Why not just pick an old Lancer Evo and get all the fun of the Laser/Talon/Eclipse (I hope you mean to get the AWD versions) plus two more doors and a slightly more functional back seat?

Correct me if I'm wrong, but did he not just post 5 cars, all of which are exactly the same car underneath?

He did. But don't tell him. He would be heartbroken.

I guess, if you believe, anything can happen, and be different, lol.

 

Anyhow yeah, the Hyabusa’s are heave piggy’s, popular for drag bikes, not much else, I'd rather have a lighter weight 1000cc (or hell any lighter better handling bike with a good amount of though corner acceleration), as sivispacem said, which would eat a Hayabusa on any road with some twisty turns.

take the engine out and put it on a gokart

ive seen some video's on youtube and its pretty epic lol.gif

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*MURDOC*

 

Why not just pick an old Lancer Evo and get all the fun of the Laser/Talon/Eclipse (I hope you mean to get the AWD versions) plus two more doors and a slightly more functional back seat?

Correct me if I'm wrong, but did he not just post 5 cars, all of which are exactly the same car underneath?

He did. But don't tell him. He would be heartbroken.

I guess, if you believe, anything can happen, and be different, lol.

 

Anyhow yeah, the Hyabusa’s are heave piggy’s, popular for drag bikes, not much else, I'd rather have a lighter weight 1000cc (or hell any lighter better handling bike with a good amount of though corner acceleration), as sivispacem said, which would eat a Hayabusa on any road with some twisty turns.

take the engine out and put it on a gokart

ive seen some video's on youtube and its pretty epic lol.gif

I'd put 2 of them in a Swift/Cultus.

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Or a Metro Convertible.

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sivispacem

...Or turbo one and build your own one of these-

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DSMTuner

 

Why not just pick an old Lancer Evo and get all the fun of the Laser/Talon/Eclipse (I hope you mean to get the AWD versions) plus two more doors and a slightly more functional back seat?

Correct me if I'm wrong, but did he not just post 5 cars, all of which are exactly the same car underneath?

He did. But don't tell him. He would be heartbroken.

Actually I know they have the same chassis, engine, and drive train (except the earlier models have 4g63 6-7bolt engines, and the newer 95-99 models have 7bolt 4g63T engines.)

 

The point of the thread is to pick 5 cars to have in your garage. Did I not? It never mentioned 5 different cars.

 

Anyway, I only have 1/5 of my dream. I'm saving up to buy a 1st gen soon.

 

The only other cars I might consider are:

 

The Mitsubishi Galant VR-4

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3000GT/Dodge Stealth

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Evo III or IV

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R32 (skyline)

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And the Dodge Cummins

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Mark
So for the ones that have full-on serious race cars that aren't street legal, how are you getting them to the track?

 

(hypothetically of course)

I'd keep em at my hypothetical gaffe at Victory Lane, of course!

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Chunky Lee Mikal

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ONLY TWO CARS I'LL EVER NEED

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sivispacem
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ONLY TWO CARS I'LL EVER NEED

What about if you need to fit through a gap between two bollards that is only 6'7" wide?

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- Shelby Mustang GT500 (1967):

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- Chevrolet Impala (1964):

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- Audi Locus (Concept):

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- Hummer H2:

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