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Old 01-05-2005, 04:10 PM   #1
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pictures of funny cars, rice

Has anyone ever seen the site laugh at rice?

Here is a thread about it on another forum. A few pictures to give you an idea.

this thread has like some of the best ones. otherwise you can go directly to lookatrice.com. They have like 22 galleries.

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I like the ones were the people are obviously making fun of the ricers by making ridiculous cars of their own.


I used to check out http://www.riceboypage.com all the time but it hasnít been updated in 3 years. There is a picture in there someplace where a guy took the "Turbo" badge off a 911 and put in on a Ferrari (i think F355). Its nuts, the photo still makes me wonder what the hell.
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is that really a Ferrari?....I smell a kit car.
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either way.... WHY ? What is wrong with people
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My distant family deals closely with CATERPILLAR, the diesel/construction/tool company, and whenever my parents got a new car when I was a kid, they put a "CAT DIESEL POWER" badge on the back, and they usually had a few people a month come up and ask if CAT really made a diesel engine for a Ford Explorer or (in my case) a 1989 VX Fox. It was pretty funny, and always made for a good story.

Perhaps I should put that badge on the Boxster. Haha. I DO have a turbo badge from a 996 turbo, but that's mainly for inspiration of what I could some day own.

As a side note, Ferrari is considering turbocharging their cars in the next 5-10 years as emissionm standards give them a choke hold...maybe this was simply a good prediction???

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What self-respecting Ferrari owner would do that? It's got to be a kit car. Perhaps there is a turbo kit out there for a 355 and he just wanted everyone to know it's turbocharged? Even worse is the 2.5L and 2.7L boxster owners that buy boxster S emblems and throw them on their car!! I swear I saw a standard boxster on ebay several months ago that had the boxster S emblem on the trunk lid. It looks like ricer behavior has leaked into the boxster world.

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