Discussion in 'Japanese Cars' started by Dah_Hunter, Aug 17, 2013.
5.0 v8 M5, very nice! the Jeep is pretty cool!
They are such classy cars. I haven't checked auction prices for the e39 M5 at all, but I'm guessing they are crazy.
The Mitsubishi Jeep is nice ... every kid these days is bringing in a Subaru .. getting boring out there in RHD-land.
I know! I miss my Legnum. At least it was different.
I realize now BeForward put their stickers on the tire cover and plastic window. That sucks for removal...
Was down there on the 29th of Sept.... The Aristo was for me, hence the pic taken afterwards.
Really liking the look of that R34!
Aristo looks nice too! Those TTE wheels are really sought after over in Europe. Sports grille too? Is it a TRD or anniversary edition or whatever? I think there was one that came with some nice extras like what your car has I just can't remember what it was...
The 34 needs some love on the body when you look up close... definately a drift car. Its a Velocity car... they want $18,000 for it LOL
Aristo is apparently one of 180 units as a TTE edition. Has TTE wheels, exhaust, front lip, rear lip, and trunk spoiler.
That's awesome! Those little add-ons do a lot for the appearance IMO.
Congrats on the purchase!
That aristo looks awesome. love it.
Thanks for pics but is this Lotus 15 y.o.?
That model started in 2001.
Nice! Looks so futuristic for that year...
People forget that the Elise started in 1998 ... we didn't get them until 2005 I believe. I actually prefer the original round-headlight S1.
It's been awhile since I've been here...so here are some pics from October '17, here in Halifax. I was picking up the Altezza in the b/g, while my Accord sat, waiting for customs. Didn't take too many pics that day...
Fast forward to a few weeks ago...was picking up the WRX shown, but was totally focused on all of the crazy Euro campers parked in the Ro/Ro lot. They were huge...and there were so many of them...
Woah a lot of sweet Euro Campers. is all that people coming over to drive around North America for summer.
I talked to one Dutch fella picking up his Land Rover. He said his destination was Vancouver. Was going to ship to Vancouver but the shipping company couldn't give him an exact date when it would arrive. So he took the shorter, precisely timed (not really), cheaper route to Halifax...then drive across this great nation of ours He said he could keep the vehicle in the country for 1 year, before shipping it back.
Wow, that's some awesome stuff hitting the east coast!
Saw this car in person this morning. Looks awesome!
What is that Benz?
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