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Thread: How much does a polar bear weigh ...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuliaj View Post
    No not yet Chris - but soon...
    Might I ask , does thou have pics ??

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    I think there are some floating around the completed cruises. I'll see if I can find some.

    I think Chris might have more pictures of my car than I do hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckie Cheese View Post
    For a small fee, I can tell you what he's getting.
    For a slightly smaller fee, so can I.
    ...but we wouldn't do that, would we Mr. Cheese?
    Aah, the suspense.
    FWIW, if anything happened to my 6 (heaven forbid) I'd be lining up to buy Nulliaj's.

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    Regarding the polar bear: How big is it ?
    Nice username too, Welcome to the forums

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    Couple of quick pics I took just then of the interior

    Mileage


    DVD playback


    Reverse camera
    Nuliaj: Hatches are only really half a car anyway.
    shinslinger66: And you forgot to add that they are also a girls car!

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    Words can't describe how jealous I am right now...

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    I like the fact you have an evo 8 in there ...

    needs more exterior shoots imo.

    This has turned into more of a general purpose thread , rather than a intro haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazdab8 View Post
    I like the fact you have an evo 8 in there ...

    needs more exterior shoots imo.

    This has turned into more of a general purpose thread , rather than a intro haha
    as I long as you don't mind us hijacking your intro thread

    I like the pic of the DVD playing Julian! "It's extremely difficult to mimic driving poorly..." True, but if you look on the roads at peak hour (or most of the time in Perth), "It's extremely difficult for poor drivers not to drive poorly"
    R36 - Just like an MPS6 except with a growly V6

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    That was Keiichi Tsuchiya being told to drive badly while filming the scenes in the mountains in Tokyo Drift.

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    Welcome! Also apart from all the wheel banter that is happening, post pics of the evo??

    Those other wheels you have they would not happen to be the 6 spoked star style Enkeis would they? I would love it if those would fit on a MPS3.. Would be much nicer if they were 18s as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmh001 View Post
    Aha. Thanks for that. So it's the automotive equivalent of planking, except that you put a lot of other lives at risk instead of just your own. Surely there are better ways to announce to the world you are a moron.
    i though the automotive equilavent of planking would be called...plarking

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyC View Post
    i though the automotive equilavent of planking would be called...plarking
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    Welcome mazdaB8.
    Very interesting that you're changing from an evo into a mps 6.
    Show us pics of your evo!

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    Here are some pics

    The shot of the rims are the second set i have lying around

    Wedsport SA90 17x8.5
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    That third pic looks like it was taken outside vison r?

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    Hey man, welcome to the club, I'm running 18x9+30 with 225/40's and it's pretty much perfect for the look your after.. Mines a 3 though so not too sure how much it would change for a 6...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPSI View Post
    I'm running 18x9+30 with 225/40's
    That is some serious planking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuliaj View Post
    That third pic looks like it was taken outside vison r?
    Correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuliaj View Post
    That third pic looks like it was taken outside vison r?
    Good attention to detail :P
    Headed out there a few weeks ago to get some wheel nuts/bolts then onto Tech 9 tyres
    Small showroom, some pretty good stuff though

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    Small tip ... when it comes to Wei , pay cash

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