Automotive Christmas wish list

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N.C.
I bought a set of mudflaps for my 05 Chevy Avalanche from Weathertech last spring and am impressed with the look, quality, and fit of them. I mentioned to my wife then, that I would like a set of they're vent visors for the truck. I rarely check our emails because the wife normally does it but I checked this morning and saw a confirmation from Weathertech for vent visors for my truck. She's sneaky that way, but my lips are sealed. Does anybody else have an automotive wish list for this Christmas?
 
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4,597
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Manchester, England
Id like a corrado interior trimmed in my original fabric, a 16v g60 engine, a CTN code 02A box with a wavetrack diff, a motec ecu, some cut slicks and audi s2 twinpots. Please, Santa..
 
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Ontario, Canada
Well cheaper gas has been a nice present so far. An ultragauge for the Focus, and a good clean up for the Tracker, its getting a bit rank in there...
 
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Michigan
Engine hoist for the new shop. New LS-Something engine and lightweight hood for the Corvette. Time, money, and ambition enough to work on my GMC project truck.
 

Bud

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Texas
Austin Healey 3000, 1967 model. But that is a wish I know Santa can't fulfill. But it's nice to dream.
 
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USA
A nice shop cart, because it's a pain to roll my huge box around ... but I already know i'm getting one because the GF doesn't hide presents very well laugh
 
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Guilford, CT
I would love to have all the body work done on my project Bronco (rust repair and paint). I also need to get the rear axle rebuilt. I would also like new carpet, new headliner, and refinished seats. What I'll actually be getting though is probably about $200 cash.
 
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WNY
The time + money to get started on my project that'll probably make many look at me as if I have two heads. 1964-1965 Mustang Turbo a J35 and mate it to a GM NV1500 and plumb it into a Ford 9" rear with posi. Drop that in, nice dark grey metal flake paint, black leather interior. Sounds like fun to me.
 
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Nut farm
Perfect Southern-body 1996 Dakota 2WD, regular cab/longbed with the 318, 5 speed, AC, cruise, tilt, Infinity stereo, and no other options.
 
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