Is there any remotely sporty car that DOESN'T attract a bad crowd?
It seems every cool car has some sort of stigma attached to it. Which cars don't?
Benchracing no-car bus cucks.
FnF retards and weebs. Even if you aren't one you'll attract "IS THAT JAY DEE EMM BRO" types like flies to shit.
Rotards. Normies won't know if you keep your mouth shut about it though.
>Honda (Civics, Integras and Preludes)
"muh vtak" + ricers. Additional boyracer stigma for Type R's.
"muh vtak miata"
These are safe too. Something like a 9-3 Viggen has the added benefit of not being a cop magnet.
Almost bought a 3-door Viggen. Would have dropped my insurance by a third, and I was driving a Cobalt before. Not exactly a boiracer magnet even though its one of the fastest FF's you can get.
If you won't get a car because you dislike "the kind of people that drive those cars" you are honestly an autistic wanker who is much worse than the stereo types who drive the cars you listed.
like actual autism or have become anoraks due to the lack of mainstream coverage and blanket aftermarket? I never knew anything about volvos before I bought one and now am a p80 chassis expert from the time ive spent researching, maintaining and upgrading two of them. want a 9000 turbo to go along with the 855 now so i can be saabtistic as well
Legacy GT/Outback XT doesn't seem to. All the owners I've met that have one were good people.
Older Acuras (2006 and older) look and run nice. A poor man's Benz/BMW brand.
turbobricks, the perfect sleepers... and you can sleep in them.
Every Miata owner I've met in person has been a total bro and unlike other car communities the websites aren't full of circlejerks and shitposting. Don't know how that made it on the list; it's not exactly fast or flashy either.
But you must admit that RX-7s are so much better than MX5's that I could never understand the justification for buying a miata/mx-5.
Every BMW owner I've ever met was like this.
>I could never understand the justification for buying a miata/mx-5
Not him but maybe it's something along the lines of
>gud on gas
>doesn't burn oil
>doesn't want to allahu akbar
Yes, the oil thing is a half truth yes it will burn oil but it isn't like /o/ says it will, same goes with the seals. Best advice though keep her filled up and check your cooling system from time to time
Boost leaks and engine problems as they can snowball, the car will still get you home but those are the worst offenders other than the obvious checks. Also go for a tranny swap auto a shit on rx7s
they arent on any volvo forums though, stancenation and the like contain them, also its only the 200 series that seems to be attracting them. go newer or older and you're pretty safe.
>BO55IN license plate
The joke that keeps on getting funnier.
Can't have it all, I guess.
My advice to /o/, don't let a car/brands following turn you away from getting something you like.
Too many times do we reject something because we feel like it's been sullied by idiots.
You can drive a miata and not be a hairdresser faglord, and you can drive a BMW not be a douchebag. Make the car senpai, don't let the car make you.
It won't burn oil if you remove the oil metering pump and replace it with a block-off plate and pre-mix TCW-3 (2-stroke) oil into the gas when you fill up. Alternatively you can modify the pump to pull oil from a separate container of TCW-3 so you don't have to fuck around at every fill-up, just top the extra oil tank off every month or so. In either case this is better for your motor because you're burning oil which is intended to be burned, unlike normal 4-stroke engine oil, and you don't have to worry about running out of oil randomly if you forget to check it. You can also run synthetic oil in the engine. Usually it is recommended to only use dino oil because it supposedly burns more cleanly than synthetic, but if you're not burning any, you don't have to worry about this.
Number one thing to check when buying a car with a rotary engine is that the compression is still good. Low compression means a rebuild is in the near future. There are videos on youtube that will show you how to check the compression on a rotary with a normal dial-gauge tester that you can buy or rent from any parts store for a couple of bucks.
Saab owners were objectively some of the best drivers in the world IRRC.
Dont think that makes them cool necesarily, but its a interesting fact
Saabs and volvo will always be cool in my mind
>Is there any remotely sporty car that DOESN'T attract a bad crowd?
Every car out there is going to have some kind of negative stereotype associated with it. It's up to you whether you assume epic memes are true.
>old person going 10 under the limit
>fags who think they offroad because they used a logging road to the prepped campsite
You said cooler, not "better". But thats like, just my opinion man.
I've always kind of wanted one of these.
Back in '09 when GM had their huge sale I went crazy trying to track one down, but I couldn't find a single stick with the options I wanted.
I also love the look of the EK9s.
is there enough people owning TVRs for them to get a stereotype?
Guys what is this car. I was right behind it before I had to make a right turn but I didn't see any badging. I love it whatever it is.
It's in the USA BTW.
might be an E-type, ligts seems about right, as does the silly long bonnet. beautiful thing
right you are, but the one in the night pic is probs a series 2 or 3, with "vertical" headlights, i should have posted this pic instead
yep! Jag E-type like picrel
>>14279394 cause that's not a standard e-type
DO YOU WANNA KNOW HOW A ROTARY ENGINE WORKS
I bet Lotus drivers are cool. Could have easily went for a Porsche/AMG/M car if they wanted to buy a brand plebs know for dickwaving, but they chose something raw obscure and only for fun.
Say that to my face din jävla bög