Hehe, funny list.
I'll add a few more. These are ones I've all either seen in real life, or seen first-hand on forum posts or other websites.
100) If you claim to have "won" when you drive by a sports/muscle car that is: parked on the side of the road, in a turn lane waiting to turn, driving close to speed limit with cruise control on, sitting in a lane behind slow traffic while you are in a faster moving lane, etc.
101) Cannot understand for the life of you why some people, even if they drive a performance car, do not race constantly or refuse to race.
102) Talk about horsepower constantly, but could give a rat's behind about torque.
103) Cars magically suck just because they have an American brand on them. (*a)
104) If the car has an Asian nameplate on it, you can come up with calculations of how it gains HP at the wheels. Ie, it ships with a manufacturer's rating of 165 crank HP, but somehow that translates to 230HP at the wheels.
105) Similarly, any car with an American nameplate loses massive amounts of HP to the wheel. If an American car ships with a stock rating of 300HP crank, it realy only has about 160HP at the wheels.
106) You will talk about how any compact or low to mid end Asian nameplated car can go really fast while getting amazing gas mileage. You'll swear that the Subaru WRX STi will get "twice as much" gas mileage as a Camaro Z-28.
107) By your specs, no Asian nameplated car weights over 2500lbs. Meanwhile, no American nameplated vehicle weighs under 3500lbs.
108) You seem to really believe that Honda manufacturers all of their cars with racing as the first and foremost priority, and always has.
109) You refer to a Civic as a sports car. Regardless of it's trim level.
110) You conveniently ignore the fact that many Toyotas etc are actually assembled in the US, OR
111) You talk about how reliable the Camry is until you find out it is made in the US, then you do an about face and start talking about how the Camry has gone downhill and sucks now.
112) You constantly claim that other people are "jealous" of your econobox.
113) After someone laughs at the badges on your car, you claim that your Toyota Echo Si Type R Spec-V GT Twin Turbo is real--it's a limited edition JDM vehicle that you imported.
114) When someone posts on a forum that they are looking to buy a brand new vehicle that is pretty fast, you'll recommend a vehicle that is not normally considered a performance car. You'll insist it is fast. When people repeatedly press you about it and post facts that the car is not that fast, you'll finally talk about how you saw one once, with an engine swap and a turbo kit etc and it was fast, therefore that makes the car model as a whole fast.
115) You try to sell your rusty, dilapidated 1985 300ZX with 230,000 miles, oil leaks, dents, and mismatched body panels for $12,000 and claim it's a steal. Your reasoning--you've seen pristine, low mileage 1995 300ZX twin turbos selling for over $30,000--so that must make yours a great deal! Hey, it's the same car!
116) Your shopping list of automotive brand stickers contains either contradictory part (ie, 2 different brands of tire manufacturers) or parts that can't be for your car (ie, Holley Carbs sticker on a Tiburon).
117) You keep a fire extinguisher in your car, and you never go to the track/strip.
118) You've never dyno'd your car, but you are confident of your estimated HP gain from mods. To get at your estimate, you took the max value of the overly generous range the manufacturer listed on the box. You add together those max values, occasionally rounding up for good measure. At the end, if the gain does not sufficiently sound good, make up HP gains for other "modzzz" you added, like the fuzzy dice, 50Cent bumper sticker, and homemade hood ties.
(Disclaimer: I don't have a problem with Asian-nameplated cars. Some of them may make decent cars for what their purpose is--such as a Civic may be a decent economy car. However, ricers seem to have a fetish for any vehicle with an Asian nameplate, so any observations about ricers are going to generally be pretty slim when it comes to car types.)
(*a) I saw a lengthy forum discussion once, where the original poster was trying to decide between a Toyota Matrix and Pontiac Vibe (which of course are the same cars). There were a number of posts where posters who pretended to have in depth firsthand knowledge of the 2 cars talked about how great the Matrix was, and how much an unreliable POS the Vibe was...