They dont make em like they used to

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    I realized WOW, the old tegra is allready 17 years old and still kicking

    I was shooting a nearby building to where I had parked and I swiveled the head around and shot a quick one of the old beast.

    I know the angle/light is not ideal, but I love that old thing....ps the windows are not THAT much darker then the windshield, its the light...they are tinted, but only 5% not Limo.. lol

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    wow man! that is neat!
     
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    yea thats a nice shot it does that car plenty of justice
     
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    thanks guys !
     
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    nice shot ;)
     
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    Hah! I have the same car - except it's a 2 door! Been driving it for the last 11 years - love it still. Although it's getting weak :(

    Cool photo! Wish more details were visible, though - black car in the black of night with high contrast looks like a silhouette on my monitor.
     
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    Thanks !

    Yeah its a little dark in the shadows, it adds to the mood though..;)

    When your engine is finally about to go, have a fresh japanese one with about 40K miles on it souped up and thrown in, shouldnt cost more then
    2K, they should be able to replace all hoses, belts, and mounts at the same time as well as clutch

    your good as new for another 5-10 years.
     

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