Discussion in 'Other Cars' started by IMPUL, Aug 27, 2013.
Both are pretty awesome.
E36 M3 sedan
Sick Audi Q3 in White Rock, looking slick on what I assume is a winter set of wheels and tires.
These cars seem to be going up in value these days, so it`s nice to see some in good condition
Old school Morris Mini, or part of one, found in the woods. Westie for scale.
Saw this mini at Show n' Shine on Canada day. It made me happy.
Mini by Lenglish1, on Flickr
Hey, nice Miata there!
They could have at least lined the faux rivets up with the actual lines of the car.
saw this thing a few days ago i like the idea of a Harlequin on a jetta
Spotted by my wife today.
Is that a manitoba plate?!?!?!? Daaaaamn.
Loooooong drive when you're driving the 1970s out...
I saw one in Calgary awhile back and another one in Costa Rica last year.
Where do people even get these things? I know they used to sell them here in the 90s, but how do you keep that pile of scrap running without widely available parts? That's some dedication.
There was a 2106 for sale around here a couple years ago, and they wanted $8000 for something that would probably cost $400 back in the motherland. Still, I thought if it was more like $4000, I'd have probably bought it. Heh.
Those are HUGE parking spots!
Yeah, not many of them left alive. 10 years ago I used to see Ladas (Niva, 2108(9)) more often in Calgary, but not anymore. Checked local Kijiji and only 1 Niva for sale in half-disassembled project state.
Good thing I don't have sentimental attachments to them , I grew up 400 kms from Japan, so I was driving JDMs from the beginning
Ditto, never even been in one. I'd probably still buy one for the novelty, then regret it, then double down and sink Maserati money in it to make a 10 second Lada.
This was the overpriced 2106, nice from far, far from nice:
A friend owned this nugget briefly, hoping to "restore" it. Then he sobered up and saw reason.
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