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Thread: Georgia Supras

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    Default Georgia Supras

    According to what I'm seeing, there are supposedly 70 people here from GA.

    So I guess my next question is do you own a Supra?
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    Mike "Nightmare" Donohue

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    If you drive like that on public streets I won't be disappointed if, as long as you were alone, they one day hose you out of a twisted mass of smoking metal into a bucket and melt what's left of your car down into tuna cans.

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    Default Re: Georgia Supras

    Yes, I am from and currently live in georgia. I need to visit your shop sometime. I'd like to see what type of numbers my 200000 mile-old engine in my supra makes.
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    Default Re: Georgia Supras

    I live here in the mid GA area and currently own a 89t.

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    Default Re: Georgia Supras

    Im in augusta, just sold mine, but plan on getting another one eventually.

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    Default Re: Georgia Supras

    I've got one.

    89T 5-speed Targa.
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    Default Re: Georgia Supras

    I'm in Buford (about a mile from Mall of Ga Toyota) - where is everyone?

    Edit: Now in Woodstock near I-575 and Sixes Rd.

    Our next Supra meet better have one hell of a turnout...
    >>I will no longer respond to tech questions via PM. If you have a question, put it on the forum so everyone benefits from the answer.<<


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    "Stupidity is permanent and often fatal, Ignorance is curable with education..." -- Me

    Frequently Asked Supra Questions: Rod Knock - HKS WG Springs - Injector Sizing - What is A/R? - Buy a TSRM - HKS HG FAQ - AFPR - Machinist - Overboring - Vac Diags - Motor Oil - Seafoam - Spark Plugs - Air Filters - V6 vs. I6 - Solder vs. Crimp Connectors - How to make power - Stroker Motors - Unreliable 7M's? - Piston Slap - Home made race fuel - Budgeting a build - Tuning and Vf

    Frequently Asked Forum Questions: What will get you banned? - Posting and you - Ideals - Membership - Usage - BBCode - Smiles - Scammers - How to make thumbnails - History

    Other Bullshit: Global Warming - Global Warming Facts - Religion & Politics - Collectivism -War On Drugs - Founding fathers were Diests - Religion and The Constitution - Size of the Federal Gov't - Canadian Healthcare - Socialists -European opinons of the U.S. - U.S. standard of living - U.S. - the worlds best customer - Modern Education - A Government created problem - Environmentalism is a big problem - Taxes - Socialism death toll - Can't afford healthcare? - I am my own god - Atlas will shrug - Not paying a "fair share"? - Income taxes are not a necessity - How to succeed, a 60 second lesson - How a liberal approaches facts. - Who is responsible for the financial crisis? - You asked for it. - Understanding Women - Understanding Men - Personal question? Answer is probably here. - Why I carry a gun. - Fuck the rich? - US Politics in a nutshell - The one principle that matters - Why anarchy is a fools errand - This is what it feels like to be me. - Living an awesome life - The crash is coming

    Since the beginning of recorded history, which is defined by the invention of writing by the Sumerians around 6,000 years ago, historians have cataloged over 3700 supernatural beings, of which 2870 can be considered deities. I donít believe in 2,870 gods, and you donít believe in 2,869. You're nearly as much of an Atheist as I am.

    Government is a good thing: Through correct principles, I govern myself.

    Public Notice: Contrary to popular belief, I do not consider everybody who disagrees with me to have brain damage. Those who don't have brain damage will be able to explain and justify their points of view in a logically defensible way. That's the way the Rational Discourse game is played. If you don't want to play the Rational Discourse Game, don't expect anybody (least of all me) to take you seriously.

    Quote Originally Posted by jetjock View Post
    If you drive like that on public streets I won't be disappointed if, as long as you were alone, they one day hose you out of a twisted mass of smoking metal into a bucket and melt what's left of your car down into tuna cans.

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    Default Re: Georgia Supras

    Home is Cartersville GA, but right now I'm going to school at GT in atlanta.
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    Default Re: Georgia Supras

    I'm in lilburn (gwinnett county)
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    Default Re: Georgia Supras

    I'm in Bibb county, anybody planned on attending the supra meet they have scheduled on Supraforums. Its supposed to be April 22nd I believe.

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    Default Re: Georgia Supras

    I'm not big on car meets, but i'll see how i feel when the time comes. It's kind of funny that now i've done more to my car i am becoming less and less interested in showing it off. Wrench meets on the other hand... I'm down with no questions asked.
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