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    Mine is called Chloe, its a Renault Clio 2.0l sport, i dont know why i named it, but it just stuck.

  2. #22
    My little red '04 Ford KA is named Kieth and i love him despite all his glaring imperfections. He's had his name so long most people now refer to him as Kieth rather than "your car", its brilliant.

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    My buddy's '72 Honda Civic is the Immortal Beast - it just never dies. I swear the thing has flipped at least 3 times, hit 7 trees, and been into more ditches than I can count, yet still drives fine besides a slight'y laggy tranny, which can be fixed.

    My '72 Baja Bug is Shiva - she can be a deathtrap, yet so awesome at times it is insane, right now I need to rebuild her engine and replace a fender however.
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    Somehow all my former cars I called "Lutz". Dont know how it came to that...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbyjawz View Post
    My buddy's '72 Honda Civic is the Immortal Beast - it just never dies. I swear the thing has flipped at least 3 times, hit 7 trees, and been into more ditches than I can count, yet still drives fine besides a slight'y laggy tranny, which can be fixed.

    My '72 Baja Bug is Shiva - she can be a deathtrap, yet so awesome at times it is insane, right now I need to rebuild her engine and replace a fender however.
    LOL Some pics should be posted up of this immortal car!

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    BMW E36 1996, "Turkenbak" translated let's just say it's called the turkmobile because that car or a VW golf is a big stereotype for Turkish people in my region/country.

    I'm happy with this car, really good roadability on any road/weather. I think I'll stick to this car untill the parts are literally falling off and then I'll definately look for another BMW.

  7. #27
    greeney because it's?...green yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vrykolas View Post
    BMW E36 1996, "Turkenbak" translated let's just say it's called the turkmobile because that car or a VW golf is a big stereotype for Turkish people in my region/country.

    I'm happy with this car, really good roadability on any road/weather. I think I'll stick to this car untill the parts are literally falling off and then I'll definately look for another BMW.
    oooo e36, lucky

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    1972 Chevelle I named it Selene, after the Greek goddess of the moon.

  10. #30
    Mine is a Toyota Carina 1.6 E, I call it The Toyotamis, because she spins like a pussycat. (mis is pussycat in danish fyi)

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    Mine I call either my Palomino or my Golden Chariot, depending on my mood.

    It's what I call Bright Freaking Gold (tm) in color, so I find the name fits.

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