What car does /int/ drive/own?
picture related : the car that I drive
same colour as in pic related but I got the pimped out 90 PS version
>not using the modern Draisienne
Gol - Volkswagen
>Você deve pegar mulher pra caramba com esse carro,não é?
>driving your mum's car
Filho do Eike Baptista que atropelou fatalmente alguém
I drive pic related but with different rims and different color
What else can you expect from a gay feminist than a Tesla.
I drive a Toyota gt86
Almost identical to my car except front grille is black not chrome
timestamp with dashboard on, or gtfo
Yes, if being rich is a state for you. Estar means to be in the sense of being somewhere or being something right now in oppose to be something constantly.
Estou bonita com essa camisa? Am I pretty with this shirt?
Sou bonita de qualquer forma. I'm pretty in any way.
Estou gordo. I'm fat right now.
Sou gordo. I'm fat.
Estou rico. I'm rich right now.
>I unironically own a Land Rover built after 2000
So much so that people resort to driving on the sidewalks.
Based Rusbros have had enough of it and go around telling people to fuck off and drive on the road
I'd rather have a Lada Niva, but I think finding parts for one in the UK would be a bit of a challenge. And that's if you can get one in the UK full stop.
A Trabant's only redeeming quality is that they've stopped building it
maybe there is something about minimal space and quadratic forms with white color dunno if it part of otaku things
that little red shit is called "parfione"
Only thing that will get down the drive this time of year.
Filho do Eike atropelou o felizardo com um SLR McLaren meu camaradinha.
The old model looks better. Specially in this version.
I don't like to drive car I prefer skates.
Oh man the 300C, icky. I used to have a 2005 Limited but I traded it in for the newer one
I hate that plate so much i got a save the bay one.
The red one is my daily driver
And I have a 2003 Silverado for truck stuff/backup vehicle
Chevrolet Astra 2.0, white
>Unibody FWD based Pilot minus the third row
Why would you buy this anon?
My "Pfuuuuuu Stuuu Stuu Stuuu *exhaust pops*" machine.
I've been nearly everywhere in the UK and also driven extensively in France in my little '07 Peugeot 206, 1.4L, 5 door. It's never broken down or had a major fault, not once, and it's nearly done 100k miles. All i've had to do so far is replace bulbs, fuses, resistors, tyres, spark plugs and break pads over its lifetime. The usual.
pretty much this with different wheels.
Doesn't look like much but its good fun to drive
What's wrong with Fords? I still see a fair amount of 80s and early 90s sedans around.
As for Hyundai, it's not like I paid much for it, only a few grand. I could've gotten something nicer, but I don't have much of an appreciation for nice cars.
Who /drag/ here?
Would if I could afford it tbqh
Need mo money fo dem slicks and spray kits
F1 is complete shit now and not even the drivers themselves know the 2016 tire rules.
Strap a fucking turbo and some slicks and then race the "scum class" senpai. :DDD
Drag here is where people most invests in.
>driving in a straight line
literally faggier than nascar
Rallying is the true show of driver skill
poorfag checking in, pic from wikipedia lol.
-1996 volkswagen passat tdi
-paid $1750 for it
-i am the third owner; the first two were high school teachers. explains why the back seat is fairly pristine but the front is a bit of a shit-show. you haven't seen coffee stains until you've seen this thing.
-had ~147,000 miles on it in when i got it in 2013, currently at ~168,000
>for those of you in countries that haven't been to the moon, that's roughly 236,547 km and 270,369 km
barring me winning the lottery or any other unforeseen circumstance, i'm going to be driving this car for at least 10 years. the amount of miles i put on it in the 2.5 years i've owned it should work out just fine.
Pretty exciting when you're there tbqh.
Rally events are also cool. Went to the pic related, spent 5 days sleeping in my backseat lol.
>dem aggressive ass cams
I like it. If I ever finish my s13 I'd like to build a drag car, but I've got a loooooooot of things left to do to that car.
>Only 21,000 miles in 2 years
lol... I put >40,000 on one of mine in 1 tbqh, but I also just take it out for shits and giggles when I'm bored.
>tfw I will never be a part of the 80s-90s dakar rallys
Kinda Haram, but i've seem some for drag and they were breddy gud.
Also i have some friends who competes so everytime i go to the track i get to stay in the track with the team.
I was in this event.
it is an almost profound pain.
Oh I didn't mean build the s13 for drag, it's just a little street toy for some fun on back roads. Although... I could always buy another shell and drop in a 5.3l with a stock bottom end and some head work out of a wrecked silverado and slap a massive turbo on that and just boost it til it blows... Would be cheap easy power but that'd still be quite a bit of work. May be better just buying something old that came with a factory v8 and doing it that way but I do reeaaally like driving s13's.
That's nice, but honestly, for me LS Swapping JDM's feels kinda wrong. They're nice, but i wouldn't do it if they were mine.
I could put a VR6 from a trashed Passat here, but i rather keep my I4 turbo :3
>ywn get to watch group b and the golden age of rallying
Yea I've heard that from a lot of people but it wouldn't really bother me tbqh. Just cheap power.
What kinda i4 turbo are we talkin?
>tfw never will drive a giant КAMAЗ in africa
looks cozy lads
AP engines here are the ones who people most use. Some garages can extract 1000+ hp from it.
You should check this guy out, I know him from some local car meets a while back and he reviewed my buddy's turbo spec-v a while back (on bad tires, slightly lower boost with a small leak, and stock suspension)
He drives some cool stuff
(gnome stolen from his sister's ex-husband)
I'll be checking.
>(gnome stolen from his sister's ex-husband)
The EVO? lol how?
Also more footage from the same channel i showed.
Literally Hamilton's spaghetti that day tbqh.
>after the race.webm
No not the evo lol, as far as I know that's not stolen. The gnome in the back seat of the sentra. He drove around with that thing strapped in the center of the rear seat for close to 2 years.
They never came here. Closest we had was the Lightburn Zita but no one wanted it much.
>live ~2/3 hours from some gorgeous mountain roads
>tfw speed limit like 35mph and no hillclimb events in sight
But the goddamn bicyclists get to have events there all the time REEEEEEEEE
Here there in the federal highway are 100kph(60mph). Other ones more to the countryside aren't even checked, so some tuners go flatout when they can.
I used to grey import a lot of jap cars and tune them up
>he doesn't own a panther platform vehicle
I've seen quite a few modern cars when I was there though.. But mostly Asian and American. Many of the European cars (especially BMWs) I saw in NY state were late 90s early 00s versions. The E46 3 series seemed extremely popular. (This one:>>53260425)
Mine is 27 years old, still drives like new.
>why don't they make cars like that anymore
Japs basically went broke, their bubble popped around 1998-2000 and that meant things like big old GT cars got ditched from their line ups as they where costing more in R&D + manufacturing than they could reasonably sell them for.
Toyota went off to make Camry's, Honda just made grocery getters, Nissan went broke and got bought out by Renault, Ford kept touching Mazda's bottom like a sneaky uncle, Mitsu and Subaru sort of trundled along with the Evo and WRX- until the WRX got fatter than a yo momma joke and the Evo stopped being manufactured this year I think.
Its pretty sad from a car enthusiast point of view :(
sorry, I'm back now
We can get parts new or used for older cars
So it can be cheap to own cars like that.
You can buy them in shitty or excellent condition.
You can buy a 7/10 condition mid 70's Corvette for around $6000