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Ever Get the Same Thrill in a Car as You Do a Bike?

Who said it was only about Motorcycles? What else do you collect, restore, enjoy... ?
Vince Lupo
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Ever Get the Same Thrill in a Car as You Do a Bike?

Post by Vince Lupo » Sat Aug 14, 2010 6:21 pm

We just picked this up this week, and talk about the 4 wheeled equivalent of a motorcycle!

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Ever get the same thrill in a car as you do a bike?

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Post by Superchicken » Sat Aug 14, 2010 8:03 pm

Driver, that would certainly take my mind off bikes, at least for awhile. That's beautiful, have fun, don't get a ticket! Looking forward to some travel'n pictures

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Post by e3steve » Sun Aug 15, 2010 9:05 am

Cayman? That's what it's called in Europe, at least; cut 'n' shut 996 front and Boxster tail. One of the best-looking FHCs Stuttgart/Uusikaupunki has produced, IMHO!

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Post by Vince Lupo » Sun Aug 15, 2010 10:06 am

Cayman indeed! Though it is a non-S version (it's an '07 model, 245hp, 5 speed), I never thought that a car would be as thrilling to drive as a bike.

Anyone else ever get that same feeling in a car????

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Post by LOUD MOUSE » Sun Aug 15, 2010 12:47 pm

I also have cars which are a blast to drive.


2003 MUSTANG with custom rims and interior and lots of mods to the single cam V8 engine.
1998 MUSTANG with custom body parts and complete custom interior and engine mods to the V6.
Refer to it as The BRONC as it is a V6 rather than a V8
1969 MERCURY MARQUIS Purchased new by my step dad and still in the family. ...........lm

Vince Lupo wrote:Cayman indeed! Though it is a non-S version (it's an '07 model, 245hp, 5 speed), I never thought that a car would be as thrilling to drive as a bike.

Anyone else ever get that same feeling in a car????
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Post by leonvjames » Thu Aug 19, 2010 4:08 am

You want to try driving a steam railway engine. Beats any car
Leon James.
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Post by cyclon36 » Thu Aug 19, 2010 9:10 am

Congrats on the purchase. Definitely a nice ride. My S2000 can sometimes be more fun than a motorcycle. I don't think I ever enjoyed the corners as much on a bike as I do in the S

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