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Funny 100k$ civic?... vdubs

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#1 6-23-2002 @ 12:33:10 AM
Posted By: DiRF Reply | Edit | Del
Wings West is one of the Horsemen of the Apocolypse. 'Nough said.

The other 3:
Cyber
Veilside
Andy's Autosport

#2 6-23-2002 @ 02:27:24 AM
Posted By: Mad Max Reply | Edit | Del
A great example of what's wrong with ricers: this would only be a $70,000 Civic, except that they stuffed it to the gills with THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS OF USELESS ELECTRONIC BULLSHIT!!!!!!!!

#3 6-23-2002 @ 02:30:03 AM
Posted By: Mad Max Reply | Edit | Del
And they wouldn't let PM drive it. Why? Because it is SLOW. $70,000 worth of slow. Because the only real performance mod is a 50 shot of nitrous! Now, anyone in a Mustang or Camaro who ran a 50 shot would get laughed off the track for being a PUSSY. But that's a big shot for a Honda.

With this money, you could have built a Mustang or Camaro into a full-on drag car and be running 8s easily. God these people have no brains.

#4 6-23-2002 @ 10:55:33 PM
Posted By: WhiteBird101 Reply | Edit | Del
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
100000k and the HEART of its power is a 50 hp shot of NAWWWWWWWWWSSSSSSSSSSS? That is the funniest god damn thing i have ever heard!

[Edited by WhiteBird101 on 6-24-2002 @ 10:39:45 AM]

#5 6-24-2002 @ 10:12:57 AM
Posted By: Jon Reply | Edit | Del
what a waste of money, for 100,000 just think of what you could do with a hemi, a 4 speed and a car

#6 6-25-2002 @ 05:27:53 PM
Posted By: Moose Reply | Edit | Del
you know its going to be lame when one of the first things read is "The heart of the power gains in the Wings West car comes from a 50-hp nitrous oxide system from NX Nitrous Express"
haha

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