Discussion in 'Petrol Heads Forum' started by CDsDontBurn, Aug 11, 2010.
that is the time i was working for them
No, the MiTo is to small. The Brera is an alternative but I'd rather get the Giulietta instead of that.
I can always go for a used car, then there are a few more options, but I want to buy a brand new car at least once in my life!
Our convertible even with it's terrible shape.. while was a cool right during the winter.... faired well provided the heat was NEVER turned off for a second AND you plugged any and all holes so that you didn't have moisture building up on the inside
Mind you looking out the rear window is.... useless... and pointless to bother trying.... all side mirrors
That's what's speaking against getting the Spider. Wish I could afford two cars..
are those alfa romeros offered in a hard top convertible? that'll give you the opportunity to get one and have it be a hard top which will avoid the issues of a fabric based top AND still be convertible
See you and I go to a parts store. Mig however trolls for people on the internet to whack and take their car for parts. It's that whole Mafia way of thinking.
:evil: that he is the mafia himself in MIG's Mafia :evil:
No, it's not I'm afraid. Oh well.. I just have to get rich!
:rofl::rofl: i just could not be arsed to take i pic of my actual car....
Needs a few cosmetic repairs to the rear bumper when i have the time... Its currently being held on by a peice of Washing line...
I drive my legs.
What did the man say when asked why he had a steering wheel sticking out of his trousers?
"It's driving me nuts"
Duh !! :rofl:
NOTE: These photos are not of my own car. But, I picked this one up today and it was too dark outside to get any good ones to upload. That said, mine is in "like new" condition and is also Red like this one. It has taken me 46 years to finally get my RED CAR and I wanted to show off a bit.
This is a 2003 Saturn VUE AWD. Automatic; Sun Roof; and a V6 3.0 engine.
EDIT/UPDATE: I just realized that I hadn't updated this post! My apologies!!! Anyway, I had this vehicle for just over 24 hours and had to take it back and have the contract torn up. The transmission on this vehicle was going bad and exhibited the problem the very night I drove it home from the lot. Discovered there is a Class Action Lawsuit in affect regarding these transmissions. That's a very long story and I won't go into it. Just suffice to say, I've been driving my Chevrolet Tracker since picking it back up from the lot but, as of tomorrow, from this edit date, I'll have a 2008 PT Cruiser. Pics posted in that post later in this thread.
73 Pinto Wagon (when its running)
2002 Ford Focus Wagon (when I need to get groceries)
2005 Jeep Liberty (when the snow is deep)
2000 Dodge Intrepid (to go to the hospital with Dad and Mom)
1988 Ford Ranger (for back country driving)
They call that the BMW 2 series in Botswana.
Not one of us has an expensive nice sports car then? Too bad Z isn't here.
I drive one of these babies.
Oh... and Top Gear test track? It's just an old airfield. Top Gear's is one of numerous warehouses that have access to it - my dad bought a caravan from one of the others a few years ago
i walk till i get my license
Well, since the topic really is "What do you drive?" I can put this one up...
That red Saturn VUE didn't work out. It was developing some transmission problems and I found out it's part of a Class Action Lawsuit against GM for faulty transmissions. Dealer took it back with no hesitation and I got my Chevy Tracker back with a clear title on it.
Still looking to do a deal soon, though.
We have a winner
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