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Frenchuletta from Liuzza's in New Orleans...
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It's a Muffaletta on French bread, combining two local favorites.
 
Nice car bryantr! Before I bought my (recently sold) 99 540i, I was entertaining the idea of getting a s60r. Sad that Volvo seems to have given up on its performance line... another generation or two and they could have been competetive with amg, m, and audi's in house shop.
 
boomshakalaka-Thanks man! I love it so far. Leave it to the safety guys to ruin the party. The "R Design" cars just aren't enough to excite me. I agree with you though. There's plenty of potential with this design. While I would never put my car head to head with an E63 AMG or even an M3 for that matter, I am confident this was the right car for my use/budget.

What are you driving now?
 
bryantr said:
boomshakalaka-Thanks man! I love it so far. Leave it to the safety guys to ruin the party. The "R Design" cars just aren't enough to excite me. I agree with you though. There's plenty of potential with this design. While I would never put my car head to head with an E63 AMG or even an M3 for that matter, I am confident this was the right car for my use/budget.

What are you driving now?

I'm just driving my brothers beater, a '95 Volvo 850 wagon whenever I need four wheels. Trying to just ride the cb350 though.
 
Not really my purchase, but it is sitting in my shop for the next few months.

1973 Suzuki T500 Titan. A bit of surface rust in places and it could use a good clean and polish, but it's fully functional and pulls like a freight train. Picked it up for $1800.
 

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Sonreir said:
Not really my purchase, but it is sitting in my shop for the next few months.

1973 Suzuki T500 Titan. A bit of surface rust in places and it could use a good clean and polish, but it's fully functional and pulls like a freight train. Picked it up for $1800.

I was shocked at how clean it really is when I saw it in person. It's a great bike for that price. Like I said, you should make it yours when the time comes.
 
Picked this up yesterday. '01 with 1332 miles

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Going to be my everyday ride, mostly local and maybe a little off roading :)
 
It's has a 180/80-14 on the back. It makes that howling sound like a 4x4 truck does.

Put about 80 miles on it today, it's a blast to throw around.

65 mph on the speedo tucked in and flat out ;D
 
when I took my motorcycle safety class, they had 2 TW200's. Then the instructor assigned bikes, I was pretty disappointed to have not gotten one of them.
 
Just got myself some Michelin Pilots- high density rubber provides traction and wear. High angle directional tread with open edge design easily releases debris away. Bi-directional traction grips during all movement on terrain. Gonna take a couple miles to break them in though. And let's not forget the steel toes and metatarsal guards! Old next to the new:

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Not so much a purchase since my job paid for them, but I'm stoked!
 
Yup. I ordered the EXACT same kind of boots. And I got the old pair in December of 09, so they aren't even that old.
 
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