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Evening gents from the East coast of the USA.

Names Kym, hubbies name is Jon.  Decided to just share one username. 

Recently acquired a 1995 GTST R33 M Spec for a great deal. Never been modified.  Already getting ideas for her.

Hubbies car is an Evo 8 pushing 780 awhp on a mustang dyno on E85, my 350z is large single turbo making 450 before I built the motor.  

My daily is the Ford Taurus SHO.  AWD twin turbo making about 430awhp at the moment.  Enjoy the photos, and yeessssss that's hubby dressed up as Deadpool with our friends carbon R33. 

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Thanks guys.  We're looking to do a few bolt ons with the R33... Nothing to crazy ;)

Thanks for the compliments. You'll definitely see more photos and antics.  We go on road rallys to benefit wounded soldiers getting paired with service dogs regularly so more pics to come lol. 

Hubby went as the original STIG and his friend as Trex on the last one lol.

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