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    Not really new

    I have had an account on here for a long time. But, I couldn't get it to work, so I made a new one with my user name I use all over the internet.

    I have a 1990 240sx, and a 03 WRX. Both of them with a fare amount of mods.

    My 240:





    My 240 with a 619awhp STI:




    My WRX:

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    both look nice. do you prefer to drive one over the other?
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    Well, the WRX is my DailyDriver. The 240sx is a summer only car, so it get taken out for about 4.5 months a year.

    The 240 is a much faster in a straight line then the WRX. I have never had the WRX on the track, but I have done alot of auto-x with it, and I prefer that to the 240 when auto-xing. The 240 just has to much power.

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