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Re: What do you drive???

Post by ItnStln » Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:02 pm

Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
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Captdave wrote:This one in for an oil change and rotation today.
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Nice, what year?
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It looks like you took care of it.
Thank you. It's babied. Driven mainly in nice weather even though we have a hardtop for it. Not a daily driver. Beginning to look at Porsche to add to fleet or replace this one. And yes that is a radar detector in the windshield.


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A radar detector was the first thing I bought when I got my first car. I'm thinking about getting one of the Escort MAX CI 360 when I get my next car so I can use it in Virginia.

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Re: What do you drive???

Post by Captdave » Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:04 pm

logan2z wrote:
Captdave wrote:
Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:11 pm
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:This one in for an oil change and rotation today.
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Nice, what year?
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It looks like you took care of it.
Thank you. It's babied. Driven mainly in nice weather even though we have a hardtop for it. Not a daily driver. Beginning to look at Porsche to add to fleet or replace this one. And yes that is a radar detector in the windshield.


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Ahh, the yellow center caps of the Miata. Mine looked just like that too :) I still miss that car. The most fun for the $$$ I've ever had.
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Re: What do you drive???

Post by Captdave » Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:06 pm

ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:This one in for an oil change and rotation today.
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Nice, what year?
99


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It looks like you took care of it.
Thank you. It's babied. Driven mainly in nice weather even though we have a hardtop for it. Not a daily driver. Beginning to look at Porsche to add to fleet or replace this one. And yes that is a radar detector in the windshield.


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A radar detector was the first thing I bought when I got my first car. I'm thinking about getting one of the Escort MAX CI 360 when I get my next car so I can use it in Virginia.
I always check out Bell. They're owned by Escort and many times have the same or similar features for significantly less $


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Re: What do you drive???

Post by ItnStln » Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:10 pm

Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:This one in for an oil change and rotation today.
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Nice, what year?
99


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It looks like you took care of it.
Thank you. It's babied. Driven mainly in nice weather even though we have a hardtop for it. Not a daily driver. Beginning to look at Porsche to add to fleet or replace this one. And yes that is a radar detector in the windshield.


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A radar detector was the first thing I bought when I got my first car. I'm thinking about getting one of the Escort MAX CI 360 when I get my next car so I can use it in Virginia.
I always check out Bell. They're owned by Escort and many times have the same or similar features for significantly less $


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I wasn't aware of that, thanks for the tip!

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Re: What do you drive???

Post by Brimstone » Mon Aug 28, 2017 11:58 am

So I picked this up over the weekend:

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I wish I had it for the whole Summer, but making the most of it now.
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Re: What do you drive???

Post by Joeprez » Mon Aug 28, 2017 12:10 pm

That's very nice Eric, my son wants me to pick up a Jeep too.
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Re: What do you drive???

Post by Joeprez » Mon Aug 28, 2017 12:14 pm

ItnStln wrote:
Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:10 pm
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:This one in for an oil change and rotation today.
Image


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Nice, what year?
99


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It looks like you took care of it.
Thank you. It's babied. Driven mainly in nice weather even though we have a hardtop for it. Not a daily driver. Beginning to look at Porsche to add to fleet or replace this one. And yes that is a radar detector in the windshield.


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A radar detector was the first thing I bought when I got my first car. I'm thinking about getting one of the Escort MAX CI 360 when I get my next car so I can use it in Virginia.
I always check out Bell. They're owned by Escort and many times have the same or similar features for significantly less $


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I wasn't aware of that, thanks for the tip!
Had a red 1999 a couple of years ago, super fun car. Wish I would have kept it. Not a big fan of convertibles as the weather here is very hot... been thinking about a Subaru BRZ / Toyota 86 / Scion FR-S as a fun, weekend car.

In regards to radars, get a Valentine 1 and you'll be set for years to come.
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Re: What do you drive???

Post by zepp21 » Mon Aug 28, 2017 12:27 pm

ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:This one in for an oil change and rotation today.
Image


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Nice, what year?
99


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It looks like you took care of it.
Thank you. It's babied. Driven mainly in nice weather even though we have a hardtop for it. Not a daily driver. Beginning to look at Porsche to add to fleet or replace this one. And yes that is a radar detector in the windshield.


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A radar detector was the first thing I bought when I got my first car. I'm thinking about getting one of the Escort MAX CI 360 when I get my next car so I can use it in Virginia.
I always check out Bell. They're owned by Escort and many times have the same or similar features for significantly less $


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I wasn't aware of that, thanks for the tip!
Beware of Virginia laws. I thought they were illegal in VA.

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Re: What do you drive???

Post by ItnStln » Mon Aug 28, 2017 1:03 pm

zepp21 wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:This one in for an oil change and rotation today.
Image


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Nice, what year?
99


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It looks like you took care of it.
Thank you. It's babied. Driven mainly in nice weather even though we have a hardtop for it. Not a daily driver. Beginning to look at Porsche to add to fleet or replace this one. And yes that is a radar detector in the windshield.


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A radar detector was the first thing I bought when I got my first car. I'm thinking about getting one of the Escort MAX CI 360 when I get my next car so I can use it in Virginia.
I always check out Bell. They're owned by Escort and many times have the same or similar features for significantly less $


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I wasn't aware of that, thanks for the tip!
Beware of Virginia laws. I thought they were illegal in VA.

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They are, but the Escort MAX CI 360 is hardwired into the car and not mounted to the windshield. Since it can’t be seen, I’d guess it’d be safe to use in Virginia. Unless I’m missing something which is possible.

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Re: What do you drive???

Post by ItnStln » Mon Aug 28, 2017 1:03 pm

Joeprez wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:10 pm
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:This one in for an oil change and rotation today.
Image


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Nice, what year?
99


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It looks like you took care of it.
Thank you. It's babied. Driven mainly in nice weather even though we have a hardtop for it. Not a daily driver. Beginning to look at Porsche to add to fleet or replace this one. And yes that is a radar detector in the windshield.


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A radar detector was the first thing I bought when I got my first car. I'm thinking about getting one of the Escort MAX CI 360 when I get my next car so I can use it in Virginia.
I always check out Bell. They're owned by Escort and many times have the same or similar features for significantly less $


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I wasn't aware of that, thanks for the tip!
Had a red 1999 a couple of years ago, super fun car. Wish I would have kept it. Not a big fan of convertibles as the weather here is very hot... been thinking about a Subaru BRZ / Toyota 86 / Scion FR-S as a fun, weekend car.

In regards to radars, get a Valentine 1 and you'll be set for years to come.
Thanks, I’ll check out the Valentine 1 as well.

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Re: What do you drive???

Post by zepp21 » Mon Aug 28, 2017 1:04 pm

ItnStln wrote:
zepp21 wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:This one in for an oil change and rotation today.
Image


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Nice, what year?
99


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It looks like you took care of it.
Thank you. It's babied. Driven mainly in nice weather even though we have a hardtop for it. Not a daily driver. Beginning to look at Porsche to add to fleet or replace this one. And yes that is a radar detector in the windshield.


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A radar detector was the first thing I bought when I got my first car. I'm thinking about getting one of the Escort MAX CI 360 when I get my next car so I can use it in Virginia.
I always check out Bell. They're owned by Escort and many times have the same or similar features for significantly less $


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I wasn't aware of that, thanks for the tip!
Beware of Virginia laws. I thought they were illegal in VA.

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They are, but the Escort MAX CI 360 is hardwired into the car and not mounted to the windshield. Since it can’t be seen, I’d guess it’d be safe to use in Virginia. Unless I’m missing something which is possible.
The law stated "Legality of Radar Detectors in Virginia. It is illegal in Virginia to operate a vehicle that is equipped with any type of device, passive or active, used to detect any mechanism employed by police officers to measure the speed of vehicles for law enforcement purposes."



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Re: What do you drive???

Post by ItnStln » Mon Aug 28, 2017 1:15 pm

zepp21 wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
zepp21 wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Captdave wrote:
ItnStln wrote:[quote="Captdave"]This one in for an oil change and rotation today.
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Nice, what year?
99


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It looks like you took care of it.
Thank you. It's babied. Driven mainly in nice weather even though we have a hardtop for it. Not a daily driver. Beginning to look at Porsche to add to fleet or replace this one. And yes that is a radar detector in the windshield.


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A radar detector was the first thing I bought when I got my first car. I'm thinking about getting one of the Escort MAX CI 360 when I get my next car so I can use it in Virginia.
I always check out Bell. They're owned by Escort and many times have the same or similar features for significantly less $


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I wasn't aware of that, thanks for the tip!
Beware of Virginia laws. I thought they were illegal in VA.

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They are, but the Escort MAX CI 360 is hardwired into the car and not mounted to the windshield. Since it can’t be seen, I’d guess it’d be safe to use in Virginia. Unless I’m missing something which is possible.
The law stated "Legality of Radar Detectors in Virginia. It is illegal in Virginia to operate a vehicle that is equipped with any type of device, passive or active, used to detect any mechanism employed by police officers to measure the speed of vehicles for law enforcement purposes."



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Thanks! I guess if I get one hardwired to my vehicle, I’ll have to turn it off before going into Virginia.

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Re: What do you drive???

Post by TSD » Mon Aug 28, 2017 1:37 pm

ItnStln wrote:
Mon Aug 28, 2017 1:15 pm
Thanks! I guess if I get one hardwired to my vehicle, I’ll have to turn it off before going into Virginia.
Exactly. Virginia state troopers have had VG2 since at least the mid 90s when I lived there, and could catch it if powered on.

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Re: What do you drive???

Post by ItnStln » Mon Aug 28, 2017 2:39 pm

TSD wrote:
ItnStln wrote:
Mon Aug 28, 2017 1:15 pm
Thanks! I guess if I get one hardwired to my vehicle, I’ll have to turn it off before going into Virginia.
Exactly. Virginia state troopers have had VG2 since at least the mid 90s when I lived there, and could catch it if powered on.
Is VG2 a way to detect radar detectors? If so I didn’t know there was such a thing, and I’ll be sure to take down my current radar detector when I’m in Virginia.

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Post by rockmastermike » Mon Aug 28, 2017 3:30 pm

Brimstone wrote:
Mon Aug 28, 2017 11:58 am
So I picked this up over the weekend:

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I wish I had it for the whole Summer, but making the most of it now.
This is exactly what my 12 yr old wants.....he's moved from wanting a Bugatti to a Jeep - so that's better for me.
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What do you drive???

Post by Captdave » Mon Aug 28, 2017 4:01 pm

Brimstone wrote:So I picked this up over the weekend:

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I wish I had it for the whole Summer, but making the most of it now.
That's cool! Lots of fun! I'd have one but the Mrs. wouldn't let me get anything new without selling something Image


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Re: What do you drive???

Post by Captdave » Mon Aug 28, 2017 4:05 pm

Chicken shit law. Bet they have ticket quotas too. I suppose scanners are illegal too?


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Re: What do you drive???

Post by Brimstone » Mon Aug 28, 2017 4:53 pm

Oh, my 12 year old loves it. Sometimes he just goes and sits in it in the driveway.
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Re: What do you drive???

Post by streetracer101 » Mon Aug 28, 2017 6:05 pm

Virginia is crazy. If memory serves me correctly, the highest speed limit is 70 and going 80 or above is an automatic wreckless driving charge.

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Re: What do you drive???

Post by ItnStln » Mon Aug 28, 2017 6:27 pm

streetracer101 wrote:Virginia is crazy. If memory serves me correctly, the highest speed limit is 70 and going 80 or above is an automatic wreckless driving charge.

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It still is reckless driving, and they have signs at the state line saying that. I hate driving through Virginia.

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Re: What do you drive???

Post by goaliechris » Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:59 am

The watch budget got spent last week. But so worth it. Now just have to be patient through the 1200 mile break-in period.


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Re: What do you drive???

Post by HapaHapa » Sun Sep 10, 2017 10:23 am

Damn that's sweet
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Re: What do you drive???

Post by R_Ongjoco » Sun Sep 10, 2017 10:28 am

ooooh, congrats on the F80.

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Re: What do you drive???

Post by ItnStln » Sun Sep 10, 2017 11:57 am

goaliechris wrote:The watch budget got spent last week. But so worth it. Now just have to be patient through the 1200 mile break-in period.


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Nice, what model?

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What do you drive???

Post by goaliechris » Sun Sep 10, 2017 2:39 pm

ItnStln wrote:
goaliechris wrote:The watch budget got spent last week. But so worth it. Now just have to be patient through the 1200 mile break-in period.


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Nice, what model?

Thanks all! 2018 M3. Went in to look at the M4 (again) and they finally had an M3 available. Both white. For me it was an easy decision with 2 kids. The backseat area is slightly bigger, has windows they can roll down, and has a middle seat. The M4 will only fit two (no middle seat belt). I also liked the driving position on the M3 better.

It has the cloth and leather seats which at first was a no go. Love the "sports cloth" now - sales manager said more people are ordering them this way. Wife liked it better as well.

All in all, I grin every time I start it up. Can't wait until I can really let her rip. I don't name cars but my 11 year old son said I should name it after a teenage celebrity crush. So, she's Elle. :)




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