what does everyone drive while waiting for their Broncos?

tasker

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1973 Bronco Sport 351, C4, 4 wheel discs, hydroboost 33's
daily from March till late November....73 Bronco, winters are my 08 Expedition
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PNWB2

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1990 Ford Bronco II
I drive my '13 F-150 daily. Hands down the best truck I've owned. My prior '95 F-250 was a very close second
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2015 BMW M6 Gran Coupe, 2013 Shelby GT500, 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee (6" long arm lift)
2013 Shelby GT500
2015 BMW M6 Gran Coupe
200 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 (6" longarm lift)

Jeep is the daily driver and only has 75k miles on it. It will likely be sold to get the Bronco. My dad retired from Ford so Im definitly a Ford guy but love all cars and they love taking all my money :facepalm:

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LorenzeTorres

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2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser/ 2002 BMW M3/ 2016 BMW M2/ 2016 Triumph Thruxton R
2007 FJ Cruiser (which will be replaced by a Bronco)
This is my camping/ outdoor adventure vehicle.
I love this truck, but when I'm driving many hours to our camp spot I would prefer to be bathed in the latest technology, get decent range on one tank of gas, and a little mo' powa baby. For those in Northern California, this FJ has been on the Rubicon and Slick Rock. It has also taken me on a guided tour through bits of Baja thanks to the folks at Camp4Lo. The pic below was taken on patch of road that the Baja 500 and 1000 run through.
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2002 (E46) M3
I actually prefer to daily drive this and for long distance road trips. I get about 400 miles of range on single tank of gas if it's all freeway. It's the perfect blend of analog and digital when it comes to driving experience.
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2016 M2
I'm actually selling. I wouldn't mind owning this car if it was to be my only one in the garage. I'm more into being connected to the driving experience when it comes to my sports cars. Not that it's bad, but it's pretty refined and loaded with tech that it mutes that "driving experience" and becomes numb.
I will say that this, the M2 is rocket ship when the boost kicks in.
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2016 Thruxton R
Used to have a Bobber build Harley Sportster 1200 but it only got 60 miles of range on the peanut tank. For my next bike I wanted something that came pretty built from factory and would only need minor tweaks. With 150 miles of range on one tank, the Thruxton R is my weapon of choice on nice days and for cutting through heavy Bay Area traffic.
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FirstOnRaceDay

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2000 Mercury Grand Marquis, 2017 Honda Civic, 2019.5 Chevy Silverado
rocking the Panther Body till I die!
never gonna sell it because some day it may be worth something.
2000 and only 120k miles like new!
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2018 Raptor, 802A package, 2017 GT350, electronics package, both daily (and weekend) drivers...gray w/white stripe was at the Ford "Track Attack" event and Lighting Blue is mine!! Also have a 2016 Harley FLS-S and a 2019 Yamaha XSR 900, great canyon carver!

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2015 Jeep Wrangler JKR, 2015 Ford Mustang GT, 2010 Ford F150 4x4
I got a new daily driver to help keep the miles down on the wrangler. It's my third STI, but my first bought new. Not that fast, but they'll drive down the road very well.

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Previous blue 2005 model:

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This a good thread to hijack and ask why people waste their $$$$ on entry level german luxury vehicles when muscle and sports cars offer more for less?
 

LorenzeTorres

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This a good thread to hijack and ask why people waste their $$$$ on entry level german luxury vehicles when muscle and sports cars offer more for less?
Don’t get me wrong, I would love me a GT350 and seriously considered one. My friend owned a Scat Pack Challenger and was seriously impressed. However I felt like if I was going to spend a lot of time sitting in Bay Area traffic having an interior With good fit and finish is a plus. It’s the little things.

Lastly as someone who is a novice track driver I don’t think I’m up to handling a car with what the M’s already have (around 330+ hp). Personally I feel like a GT350 would drive me rather than the other way around. One day
 

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