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Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by TyTryon, Nov 13, 2004.

  1. TyTryon

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    anyone know
     
  2. hondagrl

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    It better be a damn good pic :gay:
     
  3. TyTryon

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    you wait and see
    reeer
     
  4. Hero

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    If it's a hosted pic type [​IMG] , other then that I donno.
     
  5. wade

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    If your trying to post a pic. Download the RC media. From there you would need to upload the pictures in the RCmedia application. Then copy and the url of the pic and paste in the body of your message. Then highlight the link and click on the "IMG" button.
    Should work!
     
  6. WRX3000

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    :confused: i still cant figure it out
     
  7. Blender

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    just like ^ said.
     
  8. twisted civic

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    [​IMG]
    oh well, I guess wee-todd-did-racing pics wont work!
     
  9. twisted civic

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    looks like you have to download the rcmedia tool and install it on your cpu, then you can upload pics from your machine. ??? I think...
     
  10. Bmarc

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    I don't need the RC media one its just easier, you can use any free hosting site that allows linking like photobucket, imagestation, car domain and so on.
     
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    if you use the rcmedia tool, you get the photo in it's real size and it doesn't have the website logo in the corners.
     
  13. Bmarc

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    Thats the good thing about using the RC media tool.


    Oh and is that your car?
     
  14. twisted civic

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    Nice, heres my new ride got it a couple months ago.

    [​IMG]
     
  16. Blender

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    Nice V Dub, i like twisted civic's car too
     
  17. Bmarc

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    Thanks, looking for a new set of rims right now so i can mount some summer tires on them, the steelies have my winters on them now. Oh and its a 2000 TDI. Love the car so much :bigthumb:
     
  18. Blender

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    mmm TDI

    Well here is my car

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    1996 Civic Motor swap (D16Y7)
    Its actually for sale if anyone is interested :D
     
  19. Bmarc

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    Nice and clean, always loved te hatches :bigthumb: what are you looking at for your next car?
     
  20. Blender

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    thanks
    I plan to get a 5th Gen or possibly 6th gen civic hatch or even a GSR integra, save up a lil more during the winter
     
  21. Bmarc

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    Sounds like a good idea. I'd suggest a vr6 GTI but I'm kinda biased ;) :lol:
     
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    nice cars. that vdub could be really nice with a few mods
     
  23. Bmarc

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    Yeah I got somethings in mind, just gotta save up some money for them. Being a university student sucks lol
     
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    Hey Bmarc - I just bought a Jetta, very similiar to yours (same green with black cloth interior) in September. Mine is a 99 1/2 GL. Nothing fancy but works like a top. We got the 5 speed and it is a blast to drive. Quite impressed with the car so far as I have had Toyotas for over 20 years now. I was a bit worried going to another make, as I know Toys so well but I think another VW is in my near future (Passat or Jetta wagon perhaps to replace my Sienna). We'll see how the Jetta stands up after the winter and I get a few kms on it.
     
  25. Bmarc

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    Yeah thats about the same, mines a 2000 GLS, doesn't have the sun roof, leather or CD player, its a 5 speed and it now has 218k on it and running stronger then my old cavalier that only had 140k on it. My family is a domestic family, we have a 69 camaro, 04 sierria, 04 grand prix, 94 cav, 99 sunfire then my 00 jetta but I think I'm swinging them over to my side because they are all like my new car.
     
  26. Blender

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    Id say do it up!
    I got my dad out of the domistic scene like 2 years ago. We had a 91 caviler for 12 years.... then dad ended up getting a 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer thanks to me.... after that summer 2004 i bought my first car which is my civic :)
     
  27. Bmarc

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    I'm trying lol I think my mom might be looking at a passat after she gets rid of her grand prix. She likes the jetta, let her take if for a couple drives and she loves the diseal and how good it is on gas.



    only 5 more posts and you're gone Blender :wave: see ya on the outside
     
  28. Blender

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    3 to be exact.... :o
    Id say tell your mom to get the 25th aniv. GTi Golf
    ... If i were going to get a V dub i would get a Corrado (VR6), I don't even see too many of them around.
     
  29. Bmarc

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    I'd LOVE a VR6 Corrado but then again I drive from East Hants to Halifax for school 4 days a week so I need something good on gas and that will run for a long time, thus the TDI. My next car will probably be a VR6 be it corrado, golf or jetta.
     
  30. Blender

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    Well i can see you need something decent that is good on fuel getting you from point A to point B. I know if i live out that far I would get a fuel economy car. TDI is a good choice
     

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