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Discussion in 'The Tiki Bar' started by bracketracer, Dec 6, 2016.
Very nice - the 718 is a gorgeous car!
Nothing fancy. .
I really enjoyed driving TTS roadsters but Audi kept all of its high performance models in Europe for the past three years. So, it was time for a change. So far, no regrets.
I was the same way. Bought the Porsche after tiring of Audis. One son bought a 911 last year and as an after thought took a test drive. Plenty of leg room and my head did not hit the ceiling. Ordered one the same day. You have to patient as it takes a long time to get the car.
It amazes me how many owners here are driving higher end foreign cars. Me, I just sold my 2002 Suburban with 260,000 miles. It still ran perfect and looked like new. What did I buy, another Suburban, hopefully another 200,000 plus mile vehicle.
Nothing fancy for the daily drivers. VW Jetta and a Honda Pilot.
This comes out of the garage for the occasional “therapy” session.
1969 Dodge Dart Swinger 340
As I stated above, I own a Porsche Panamera 4, that I bought for my wife... I drive a 2006 Yukon Denali XL, with 220,000 miles on it and still going strong! I am shooting for 300,000 miles!!
Well I'll chime in. My winter car and people hauler is a 2010 Ford Expedition. My baby is a 2011 BMW E90 M3. Fiancé drives a 2017 Camaro.
Still need another boat.
I drive a 2005 Chevy Silverado short bed and standard cab with a 6 cylinder engine and 170K miles....the Admiral drives a 2008 Honda Civic hybrid with 70K miles....
our Porsche Boxster is just a 'fun toy' we drive in nice weather....
I drive a 2013 Ram 1500 Hemi (60,000 miles) and the wife drives a 2017 Subaru Crosstrek Limited. Before the Subie she had a 2006 Jeep Commander that we bought brand new and traded it in on the Subie with 125,000 miles. Subie now has 11,000 on it.
Son has a 2017 Subaru WRX Premium. Bought it new in February and has 20,000 on it already. Daughter has a 2016 Wrangler Unlimited she bought new (leather, nav, etc). Had a 4" lift and 35" tires put on it and had 4.88 gears installed.
Just upgraded my truck a couple of months ago.
I want that truck.... Do I need that truck, no, but I want it.......
This is the only pic I have of mine. (don't be afraid of the AR)
The 2017 F250 is a great truck, she's a beast but the inside is like a luxury vehicle. No regrets! I've owned Range Rovers, BMWs, and much more but I get more thumbs up in this truck than any other vehicle I've owned.
Here is an early TT of mine.
This was the 2017 that I sold to a friend when I ordered the Porsche.
Had the three door hatchback and the station wagon with the wood vinyl side and plaid seats. Real lookers.
Plaid seats - now that's a blast from the past!!!