My 15y/o brother-in-law had a "hot date" for Homecomming and need a car to scoot her around in... he didn't want their miata... their durango or the camry.. not even my wifes turbo new beetle... his dates parents took more pics of the car than they did of Myles and his date... and yes.. she was home by 1...
well she didn't end up naked on the hood but i'm not really sure.. i'll ask him... he did say, while he was on his way to dinner a few people were hollering at him.. "HEY TRAVIS.." thinking I was driving, he said "i didn't know if they wanted to race or what so i just kept driving" LOL.. it turned out to be the receptionist from the dyno shop and a few C5 guys.
Posts: 1616 From: Indiana USA Registered: Oct 2000
When my grad came around my older brother let me use His dodge Daytona. That car hauled a$$. It would of killed my fiero. Its sold now and in its place is another Daytona. Even faster. Im thinking of bying one as a winter beater while my fiero is getting its new engine.
------------------ 87 coupe 5 spd
Posts: 1247 From: Calgary AB, Canada Registered: Jun 2001
Thats awesome! I would have loved to drive a car like that to homecoming. I had my old Buick Century...it was OK. If my brother learns how to drive a stick I would let him take my car to the Prom. We will see tho.
James Essar AOL IM Name: FieroMaster88 Not your ordinary 88 coupe!
the apexi has an alarm on the switch.. its just an LED that turns on and stays on once the nitrous is armed.. the only way to clear it is to know the 4 digit code. he left it off the entire time! and yeah sure you can borrow the car for when ever... it's insured for more than it's worth! in Montana he got his liscense at 14.5. and he's had it ever since... LOL actually his parents took it from him for power braking thier dodge truck in the school parking lot.. LMAO!! my tires are too sticky to do that naturally aspirated.