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Letter Of The Month
First of all the mag is great. I've been a reader for years, but in last month's issue you said the reason you guys don't put 3000GTs in the mag is 'cause there aren't enough 3000 tuners out there. That is so not true, there are plenty of 3000 tuners out there. Modified Mag just had a 500awhp 3000GT VR-4 in their mag a couple of months ago. I would love to see more of the 3S platform in tuner magazines 'cause they are out there you just have to look. Check out 3si.org or 3sxperformance.com or even cardomain.com
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James, you've just signed up as our official 3000GT scout! Instead of us going out and searching for these badass 3000s, why don't you take it upon yourself as a loyal DSM fan and Super Street reader to find these monsters? You find us the sick 3000s and email them to us with "ATTN 3000GT Feature" and we'd be glad to look it over for consideration.
I Need More Brotein Ma!
Hey! I'm Elihu Rodriguez from Yakima, WA.My friends have subscriptions to SS and I've always checked out the awesome cars and all the great info (props to all you guys). January 2009 is MY first SS for MY subscription. And I was really excited about all the Nissans! GT-R on the cover, Superior Nissan 240SX Meet, even the article "Where's the Brotein Ma!?" had Nissan all over. BUT... I was hoping to read about a 300ZX (I attached my 1992 Nissan 300ZX). There's only one article I found on your website, but it would be awesome to read about a 300ZX once in awhile. Thank you so much to anyone who contributes to any future 300ZXs in SS! Love the magazine, I should have subscribed a looong time ago!Future Veteran Subscriber,
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I think we love Z32s just as much as the next guy, but the sad part is they are reaching the same fate as the 3000GT. At the time of their release, the 300ZX was an incredible car, but compared with today's standards it falls short. It's not quite old enough to be "old school" and not quite new enough to be current and because of this it seems like many people dropped the ball when it comes to tuning them. Of course, we keep our eyes peeled but we see less of these cars being built every year.
I Can Haz Super Street Raiser Kar?
I'm looking for a new car, for my family and I. Well, I'm not rich so my picks are a 1986 Toyota Cressida, or a 1994-1996 Toyota Camry 2 or 4 Door, or a 1988 Toyota Camry? I'm asking this because I had a 1988 Camry 2.0L 200hp, and I remember it had an exhaust and intake and I was beating some Japanese cars. I want something like this because it's unique to me and it's not all Super Street racer car, and it's for my family too. It's because my car got stolen right here at my own house in Moreno Valley, like 3 months after I moved in. Well, anyways, I saw a picture of a Cressida in your January 2009 issue and I like them too, so which car should I pick? And keep it up with those old school Jap cars.
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Well Ernesto we spent so much time correcting your spelling and grammar errors that it's hard to even remember what you asked. We do remember however that you were trying to compare a Cressida to a Camry. What's there to compare? On one hand you have a nice, rear-wheel drive with loads of potential for engine swaps with the Cressida and on the other side you have... well... nothing really. Camrys will forever suck, regardless of how many "Japanese cars" you "remember beating" with your intake and exhaust. Plus with the Cressida you really don't have to worry about anyone stealing your car, even at your house.
Is That Your Final Answer?
In your Usual Suspects spot in October's issue, you mentioned PGBG and you were ready to offer a prize to any reader who figured it out. Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen is my final answer. Did I win the air or what? Where I'm at some good quality air is hard to come by. And you did say ready to "offer" so actually I'll stand by for your offer. Thanks for the great mag. It helps me remember what real cars look like because all I see in the great country of Iraq-istan are MRAPs (there's an acronym for you guys) and bongo trucks.
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Paul we're very glad to hear that you enjoy the mag and we'd like to congratulate you on failing epically. Not only is "Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen" the wrong answer, it isn't even in the same ballpark. The correct order of the acronym is PGBG not PBGV. You were waayyyyy off. Better luck next time.
I'm Not Very Coherent, But I'd Like To Be
What's up with this hottie Nana Okada? Can I wash her car? LOL Seriously does she have a fan club? I know it's ho, ho time (December) and this photo was "snapped" in February of this year. Does Super Street have a calendar with cars and models including Nana? I tell ya'll what, she can kill an elf, without a gun. Tera Patrick's hot, but she's never washed a bad-ass car in a silver bikini - has she? (I saw "Stanley & Wilshire blvd" get "roasted" in that movie Volcano - are they better?)
Santa Barbara County Jail
P.S. Can you tell those two chicks that look like they're trying to kiss to get a room with me in it with them?
P.P.S. I'm not a subscriber, nor reader, but I'd like to be.
To start off you're not much of a writer either. Nana can be reached at her myspace page which is listed in the book, but in case you missed it it's ww.myspace.com/nana_okada. But seeing as how you're in jail we can only presume this information will be of no use to you, so keep spankin' one out to the same photos you already lovingly enjoy!
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