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I have a pair of DC's, a Pair of Bass Leather casuals, and a pair of LUGS Black Dress .

 

So it depends on who I am escorting, or where I am going, and how comfortable I want to crusie :-P

 

The tread on the DC's is getting really low, throwing my alignment off, and I am losing traction in wet weather, I think I need to find a good deal on solid grip rubber :-P.

 

 

now for my "wheels", I had a 92 Pontiac aka POS! it died............its cheaper to take SEPTA, no gas, no insurance, and I can sleep/eat/read while in transit, so all you stuck in dead lock traffic (on 95) can eat your hearts out, cause when you are sitting still for 45minutes I am home, chillin! MUHAHAHAHAHAHA

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The ultimate in 1992 Economy:

 

1993 Honda Civic VX Hatchback

 

No power anything

No clock (Not installed, Just a space for where it would be.)

No Air Conditioning (Not like it doesn't work, it was never installed. Just a big hole where the AC unit should be.)

5-Speed Manual Transmission

 

I love this little guy though, gets about 40-43 MPG on a 10 Gallon tank I get about 415-430 Miles to the tank...

 

144xxx Miles. Still runnin' strong.

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BIKING Rulez (im not allowed to drive cause im not 18, anyway)

Steppenwolf Custom-Made Tundra *love it* with Shimano XT and Manitou Splice Competition Fork and Magura HS33 Brakes *g*

 

My Bike

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2005 Acura TL but like wingspar's ride better. :nod:

 

Glad someone noticed. :) I am the odd man here. My rusty pickup sees under 5,000 miles per year, but the plane travels around 100,000 miles per year, and no traffic lights, no speed limits and so on. Flying is actually a stress reliever, where driving is nothing but stress. Too much traffic.

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aaahhhh yeah, got new wheels on the gas savin commuter.

It's sad when you HAVE to do a wheel/tire upgrade just to feel safe in the car.

On a good note, without changing the suspension it did change the characteristics of the car considerably......for a hyundai that is :-)

newrims.jpg

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