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a pantera is essentialli ford. it will outcorner mustangs (new or old) at twice the speed. i notice my link does not show the same car each time..it switches every time you open it.

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this is the one i intended to be on the link......

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527hp Dynotuned Clevo, naturally aspirated and runs on normal pump gas!
General Information: This car was fully restored about 7 years ago, I have owned it for 2 years and have done a major restoration on it too. One of the previous owners was a Pimp (Yes, you heard right!), who had it parked outside of his Brothel every day at Kings Cross in Sydney. The car was blue back then and had a tasteless porno velvet blue interior ... you can just picture it now, can't ya?? The car recently won the 1999 Jaguar Concours d'Elegance - 'Sports GT Category'

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this is the one i intended to be on the link......

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1974 Pantera GT5 Conversion
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527hp Dynotuned Clevo, naturally aspirated and runs on normal pump gas!
General Information: This car was fully restored about 7 years ago, I have owned it for 2 years and have done a major restoration on it too. One of the previous owners was a Pimp (Yes, you heard right!), who had it parked outside of his Brothel every day at Kings Cross in Sydney. The car was blue back then and had a tasteless porno velvet blue interior ... you can just picture it now, can't ya?? The car recently won the 1999 Jaguar Concours d'Elegance - 'Sports GT Category'


Now that is sweet!! 8)

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What would your dream vacation be?
What would your dream job be?
What would your dream car be?
What would your dream house be like?


I would take my oldest 2 kids to Scotland to let them learn about their heritage. Take a month or 2 base us out of Glasgow and see everything.

Then I would find a nice spot with 160 acres or so and build a little farm. Set up a generator in a stream. And only run 30 milk cows for the fun of it, maybe learn to use horses.
I would get a big ol Ford truck(pre 98 they look better)...and maybe a few Mustangs, no certain model just a variety.
My house would be built underground or into a hill with a big wood stove for heat and cooking and a greenhouse.

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this is the one i intended to be on the link......

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1974 Pantera GT5 Conversion
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527hp Dynotuned Clevo, naturally aspirated and runs on normal pump gas!
General Information: This car was fully restored about 7 years ago, I have owned it for 2 years and have done a major restoration on it too. One of the previous owners was a Pimp (Yes, you heard right!), who had it parked outside of his Brothel every day at Kings Cross in Sydney. The car was blue back then and had a tasteless porno velvet blue interior ... you can just picture it now, can't ya?? The car recently won the 1999 Jaguar Concours d'Elegance - 'Sports GT Category'


Now that is sweet!! 8)



Yeah you like any car so long as it's red.


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Location: Somewhere shooting geese
vacation- Guided snow goose hunt in North Dakota.
job- waterfowl hunting guide/conservation officer.
car- I'd say a camo 2007 chevy silverade extended cab 4x4.
house- A nice cabin beside a big lake filled with ducks and geese.


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Now that's a different car, Jim. I like that.

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If money were no option...
What would your dream vacation be?
What would your dream job be?
What would your dream car be?
What would your dream house be like?

I'd be able to attend whatever rabbit shows I wanted.

Farmer. We'd by a really nice 1/4 section (150+ acres) to raise more rabbits, chickens, pheasants, a few cattle, a couple milk cows and have some horses.

Already have them, the Mog and we just need to finish restoring the 67 Impala.

The house would be self-cleaning. :P


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I would get a big ol Ford truck(pre 98 they look better)...and maybe a few Mustangs, no certain model just a variety.


You've got good taste in vehicles. I just traded in my 97 F250 on a brand new Mustang. I'm going to miss that truck dearly, but the car helps console me.

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wijim wrote:
this is the one i intended to be on the link......

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Car Year & Model
1974 Pantera GT5 Conversion
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527hp Dynotuned Clevo, naturally aspirated and runs on normal pump gas!
General Information: This car was fully restored about 7 years ago, I have owned it for 2 years and have done a major restoration on it too. One of the previous owners was a Pimp (Yes, you heard right!), who had it parked outside of his Brothel every day at Kings Cross in Sydney. The car was blue back then and had a tasteless porno velvet blue interior ... you can just picture it now, can't ya?? The car recently won the 1999 Jaguar Concours d'Elegance - 'Sports GT Category'


Now that is sweet!! 8)



Yeah you like any car so long as it's red.


regardless of color....you dont think that car is incredibly cool? i do. cept mine would be a metalic darl blue with no pinstriping or insignias of any sort.

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vacation- Guided snow goose hunt in North Dakota.
job- waterfowl hunting guide/conservation officer.
car- I'd say a camo 2007 chevy silverade extended cab 4x4.
house- A nice cabin beside a big lake filled with ducks and geese.


A blood red camo right? :wink:


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Yes Jim that car is very cool, regardless of the color.


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If money were no option...
What would your dream vacation be?
What would your dream job be?
What would your dream car be?
What would your dream house be like?

My dream vacation would be a slow tour around the world. My B/F is military and has been so many more places that me and it drives me nuts. I want to go to all the places he's been and more.

My dream job would be working with special needs kids. I did it a few years ago and it was the most rewarding job in the world. When everyone else hates you and is mad at you to have an autistic child decide that your alright and wants to speak to you and only you feels awesome.

My dream car is the one that doesn't need repairs on a monthly basis and goes from a to b with a fair deal of reliability. I'm not really big on cars, but if anyone has a royal blue Toyota echo hatchback to give away.... I'M HERE!!!!

My dream house would look clean and tidy even when the kids are playing at full speed. It would be a nicely restored Victorian with century furniture, and a white picket fence with a giant oak tree with a swing in the back yard.

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I find it odd that on a environmentalist forum, people selfishly engage in such gluttonous behavior, and lack of attention to the environment. Gas-guzzling vehicles? Are you mad? I'm beginning to think that the only reason people who post here is just to be apart of a group -- to engage in socialization instead of focusing on the issue (although this is an open forum, but to deny environmentalism outright?)

Do you only have this belief only in environmentalism when it is convenient, and therefore not have a passion for it as I do? I guess the word "ideology" has no significance.

You should all be ashamed of yourselves.


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I find it odd that on a environmentalist forum, people selfishly engage in such gluttonous behavior, and lack of attention to the environment. Gas-guzzling vehicles? Are you mad? I'm beginning to think that the only reason people who post here is just to be apart of a group -- to engage in socialization instead of focusing on the issue (although this is an open forum, but to deny environmentalism outright?)

Do you only have this belief only in environmentalism when it is convenient, and therefore not have a passion for it as I do? I guess the word "ideology" has no significance.

You should all be ashamed of yourselves.


See the operative word there dizzy is OPEN FORUM.... this is the place for all sorts of off topic rants and although I am trying to be more environmentally aware... my life does not revolve around it entirely...

And forgive me if I can't afford to buy a new environmentally friendly car as I am busy trying to raise two children by myself on one income, but how dare you drop in with your poison pen just to stir the waters....

Oh and I really really am ashamed of myself.... thanks for making me aware of how terrible I really am, I think I will go hang myself in the bathroom so my kids can find me in the morning, but don't worry I'll be sure to leave a note for them chesnut to let them know that it was because you made me realize just how terrible I really am.... oh and it will be on recycled paper alright with you???

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