Teh Ricer Civic!

Favorite Hybrid vehicles

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Anyone remember the Briggs and Stratton Hybrid? I remember reading about this concept car as a kid in Car and Driver (or maybe it was Road & Track). The car had six wheels and was designed by Brooks Stevens. First time I'd heard of the concept of a hybrid..

Briggs and Stratton Hybrid

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Oldsmoboi, I am glad we have another railfan here at C and G.

As far as cars go, I prefer diesel to hybrid. A Hybrid car makes no sense to me, as it takes a certain amount of energy to move a certain amount of weight, and a Prius isn't that far off of a 1960's Bonneville in what it weighs.

Chris

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ocnblu    719
Dodge Charger R/T. It burns rubber AND gasoline. F U PRIUS!

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Dodge Charger R/T. It burns rubber AND gasoline. F U PRIUS!

Just saw a 68 Charger R/T this weekend during a rural drive with the family.

BADASS car...the likes of which we will never see again, methinks.

Chris

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Just saw a 68 Charger R/T this weekend during a rural drive with the family.

BADASS car...the likes of which we will never see again, methinks.

Chris

Sweet...I saw a gorgeous red '65 GTO convertible when I was out blasting along St Rt 751 in Coshocton County, Oh in my 5.0..didn't see any vintage Mopies this past weekend, but saw several nice GMs and Fords..

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This is one area I have to disagree with 'Camino. The Charger (current gen) is growing on me.

That said, If I spell relief with a V8, it's going to come in a Camaro or Challenger.

Chris

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