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Old 01-22-2014, 09:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
HoldenSSVSE
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We've all heard it. The VW owner who had the 1.8 turbo from the early 2000's that never consumed a drop of oil, never ate a coil, and just ran and ran and ran.



The unstoppable '88 Hyundai Excel.



The Iron Duke '84 Fiero that still in my garage all original with 175K miles.



So lets hear it. What "outlier" car have you owned that has a history of being a reliability nightmare, that just ran, and ran, and ran, and ran.
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2009.1 Pontiac G8 GT
White Hot w/ Onyx interior, Premium Package, Sport Package, Sunroof

SHOW: Holden conversion including badges, Holden backup assist, Holden triple digital center console gauges, custom made Holden instrument cluster calibrated for US MPH, front clip shaved w/ painted lower grilles, matte black hood scoops, clear bra, 35% tint, auto dimming mirror, Homelink, bass bias mod, VG shark fin antenna, Vehicle In Motion modification, Bluetooth, full size spare w/ GM jack kit provided by Pace, glovebox light, white fuse covers, Rotofab radiator cover, engine cover custom painted w/ SS trim, billet aluminum engine bay trim, SS hood liner, Maverick Man billet fasteners, MGP caliper covers, Third Shift Studios plaque, JBL MS-8, Morel speakers all around, SAS 10" sub, Redline Goods rear armrest

GO: Volant CAI, Superchips Cortex 91 tune, Billet Prototypes white catch can, modded lower grille, Solo Performance┬*axle backs; DBA 4000 series rotors; Russell SS brake lines; ATE Blue; Hawk ceramic pads, Camaro SS 20s 245/35F & 275/30R with custom center caps

0-60 MPH: 5.01 Seconds | 1/4 Mile: 13.354 Seconds @ 105.85 MPH | 290kW / 572Nm DynoJet uncorrected
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