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15.
no idea. I'm only submitting this so that someone can tell ME what it means.
"What the hell is a g ride?"
"Fuck the g ride, I want the machines that make 'em." - Rage
by Tony August 17, 2004
 
1.
A Stolen Car that can be used for Joy Riding, Parting out, Hit an Runs an Robberys, ect.
"ey whos Honda Accord?, it's a G ride"

"where am I gonna get a new door for my car?, oh Tony's got this G-ride we can take it out of"
by Reach August 23, 2005
 
2.
1. A term to describe a particularly stylish automobile.

2. An automobile that can typically be distinguished from mainstream automobiles by being equipped with at least 23" wheels (see "MJs") and a hydraulic suspension where each corner of the vehicle can be raised or lowered independent of one another. OR, the entire vehicle can be made to bounce.
I pulled along side in the G ride. I got front and back and side to side.

Damn, those MJs are phat, Leroy's new car is a G ride.
by Elvis August 25, 2004
 
3.
stolen car that you drive around like it's yours until you sell it or get caught.
do you wanna buy this car?, I will sell it to you for cheap, I swear it is not a g-ride.
by weldergirl August 05, 2005
 
4.
Its what you call a car that you stolen and ride around in. Stolen car
"look at hector dippin in da G ride "
by bob bobson August 23, 2005
 
5.
Stolen vehicle
Im on parole man im not rollin that "hot model"
by Phuckdis June 28, 2003
 
6.
A stolen car
I got busted in a G-ride.
by Tangie1503 March 02, 2009
 
7.
Gangster-speak for a stolen hoop-dee; a stolen car. The "G" comes from "GTA", police acronym for "Grand Theft Auto". A "cold" G-Ride is an unreported stolen car. Widely mistaken by lame White Folk to mean an urban gangster's car, stolen or not. In an ironic twist, same term has been used for decades by Fed law enforcement Agents to describe the police-type cars they drive, plain or marked! (see next entry)
"Yo, MoFo, how we gonna git to da mall ta jack some 20's?"
"Chill, Niggah, I gots us a cold G-Ride!"
by pIMP dADDY g June 11, 2006