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    Current owner of a Suzuki DRZ400E, sporty all terrain vehicle...

    Well... a bike is still a vehicle right?

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    bought a new camry, but my dad likes it so much i hardly get to drive it. so my regular drive is a 1990 mitsubishi pajero 3.0 V6. seats 7, has room for all my gear and then some, and with the roof rack, i can load my bike, fishing gear, camping equipment and go jolly well anywhere i want. hoooo haaaa
    Today is a gift; that's why it's called the present.
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    I have a Mercedes Benz SL600.... 1:24 scale...
    The equipment can only bring you so far - the rest of the photographic journey is done by you.

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    Driving a 2004 Camry 2.4 here.

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    Camry 2.0! Oops not mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbma
    Me driving a BMW 520iA.... Life is too complicated....so live simply!
    haha, i didn't know driving a 520iA is to live simply....haha
    always the Light, .... always.

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    used to drive 1976 model FMC M113A1

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    Nissan Sunny Ex Saloon Sports 1.6
    Simple Is Beautiful...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoorKeeper
    Toyota Corolla. Champagne colour. The most anonymous car you can find in Singapore !

    Once I stopped at a traffic junction and found myself surrounded by no less than FOUR other Corollas in the same colour !

    I figure it must be the best car to commit a bank robbery in.
    Same here including colour. This car is so common that I often open the wrong car door

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    KIA 2seater wif a super BIG boot.... hehehe

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    Smile My Poor Shhh

    Can't remember who said, "I bet you drive a Porsche"
    For you; here is my Porsche.



    Time, is an effortless construction :)

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    My ride



    I wish it would give less problems though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoorKeeper
    Toyota Corolla. Champagne colour. The most anonymous car you can find in Singapore !

    Once I stopped at a traffic junction and found myself surrounded by no less than FOUR other Corollas in the same colour !

    I figure it must be the best car to commit a bank robbery in.
    i think matrix too...
    lol

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    Smile Work for Boral ?

    Quote Originally Posted by marcwang
    My ride



    I wish it would give less problems though.
    Shame the VW drove past whilst you were taking the photo
    Time, is an effortless construction :)

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    Here's mine: big, thirsty and dull, but at least its reliable.


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    Mine is a black Matrix 1.6A got 2 weeks ago. My previous rides were Daihatsu, Hyundai Excel and Hyundai Elantra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zplus
    Previously, Suzuki GS500 Police Bike
    TP used this before

    or were you a SAFPU outrider?

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    Quote Originally Posted by r32
    Here's mine: big, thirsty and dull, but at least its reliable.

    Hey, you wise old man. I wish I was this wise when scouting for a car. Nothing beats a reliable, smooth, problem free car at the end of the day.
    Mine does 8L/100km in the city but it freaking needs BP Premium 98, so afterall I still get $1/10km. I wished I got a camry instead. I fear when civilisation disappears in my rear view mirror. No joke breaking down in the outback.

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    Me driving safest car in the world..
    Oops.. not a Volvo even though there are a lot of advertisements in paper nowadays..
    .. with 5 stars in NCAP test for all the car models..


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    Quote Originally Posted by marcwang
    Mine does 8L/100km in the city but it freaking needs BP Premium 98, so afterall I still get $1/10km. I wished I got a camry instead.
    Oh dear. 8L/100km... TDI TDI TDI! I average about 5.4L/100km on the combined cycle

    Stupid governmental policy...

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