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*For sale: Mitsubishi Chariot. Mint condition, strong motor (Keith Black Hemi - 2000 HP) and economical (40L per mile). Roomy (for one) and safe (full roll cage). Great for learner drivers or as a family wagon, always garaged and fully serviced every 1/4 mile. Offers. Ph. 555 1320.*

Pencil,markers over 5-6 hours :D
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SIMPSONARTISTRY Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Awesome pic, love that engine man !!!!!
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AaronsDesk Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Cheers!
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XswonzX Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
Now this is a nice.... 2000HP engine.... WOW!!!
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AaronsDesk Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks :D

Just the thing for taking the kids to school!

Cheers for the fave too :)
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DJBlue86 Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2009
Ha this thing is awesome, more engine please lol
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AaronsDesk Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Cheers, at least you wouldn't need windscreen wipers hey?
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Mister-Lou Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
:icongreatjobplz: FUCK YEA,DO WANT!!!!!!
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AaronsDesk Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Hehe, Who wouldn't want?

Cheers for the comment :D
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Mister-Lou Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
anytime mate
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Doorslammer Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2008
One of the better uses of a people carrier... :)
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AaronsDesk Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Lol thanks!
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VEADesign Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2008
Whoa, reading an ad like that and I'll give you a call!! But you should've mention: NO STEERING WHEEL. It goes nowhere but straight. LOL!! Great job by you again man!!

But heeey, isn't a Chariot a front wheel drive? But I might have been mistaken of course...
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AaronsDesk Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha, thanks! Yes a Chariot is normally sends power to the wrong end, but this isn't a normal Chariot!
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focallength Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2008
Not your typical grocery getter. Very cool. They should make a Hot Wheels of that.
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AaronsDesk Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
I don't think you'd fit much in the boot!, mind you you'd get there so fast it wouldnt matter! Thanks for the comment and the fave!
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focallength Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008
True. Although I've never been able to get much into my boot except my foot. ;-) You're welcome on the fave.
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AaronsDesk Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
:D I get it! I forgot that a Boot here is a Trunk there, the same with Bonnet and Hood :lol:
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focallength Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008
Gotta love differences in nomenclature. Where boot and bonnet came from is beyond me. Here it's called a trunk because that's what it really was early on. A steamer trunk or other large piece of luggage strapped to the back of the car. Check out the Model A in my gallery for an example. As far as hood, you got me. It may have come from the use of steam power early on, but I could be wrong.
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AaronsDesk Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Ahhhhh language differences.... I see what you mean with trunk, Maybe hood comes from it meaning cover, you know a cover for the engine?
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focallength Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008
It's entirely possible. Although technically we speak the same language, the differences in terminology and other factors make them separate versions. I saw a listing recently on a site that listed Australian as a separate language. I also saw something about an American writer who had his book translated into French. What was interesting was that the listing for the translation stated that it had been translated from the "American" and not English. It's been said that the US and British are two people separated by the same language.
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AaronsDesk Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Thats true, Microsoft word uses many different 'Englishes', i.e. you can choose different types of English, American, UK, Austrailian, etc.
I guess that the distance between the cultures in their youth gave the differences in languages.
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carbondragon1093 Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2008
car-based comedy at its finest
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AaronsDesk Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
:lol: thanks!
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