What does /fa/ drive?
Sad to be putting this guy away for the winter.
Is it effay to work on cars?
>What does /fa/ drive?
Audi A7 Prestige.
>Sad to be putting this guy away for the winter.
Have you ever considered just slapping winter tires on that mofo, or does it still shit the bed during winter? I know some Miata kids who just swap the tires and keep on trucking when winter comes around.. but they tend to live in places like Georgia, where "snow" is a theoretical concept.
>Is it effay to work on cars?
It's rad as fuck and I'm jealous you know how to.
>Is it effay to work on cars?
Not really, but it's a fine cool thing to do. I do wood work and I am fully aware it isn't a particularly "fashionable" thing to spend my time on but you have to realize that fashion lives in a bubble and no one you meet will value you being fashionable over you doing the things you like to do.
You don't live an idealized life. You're just a dude doing stuff until you die. Rather than worry about the acceptability of every aspect of your live, just trend towards doing things that matter to you and have some value. Essentially any act of creativity or relative accomplishment is ultimately acceptable, whether truly fashionable or not.
>tfw I sold it to some guy
>tfw I didn't realize how much I loved it until it was gone
Now I ride a fixie bicycle. It's pretty /fa/ and probably more practical in the city, but I can't wait to get another motorcycle (probably a SV 650).
Not mine, but drive basically the same thing.
Currently driving a 2.0 litre Mk4 Golf, kinda lame but it does what I need it to do atm
If all goes to plan I'm gonna be moving to a mountain town next year for winter to go skiing so I need something thats all wheel drive, thinking either Subaru Impreza, Toyota Carib or pic rel: Suzuki samurai or something similar
>is it /fa/ to work on cars?
probably not, depends on the person. In my case it's just a misdirected expression of libidinal energy, combined with the fact that I'm too proud to go to mechanics for help, so not that /fa/.
pic related, my model ride
nice car friend
>captcha was cars
you done goofed
>tfw I want a '85 Honda Interceptor
i drive a hatch cause for anything else desu
Got it from my neighbor's father. Being elderly, he didn't drive it that much. Explains why it has 26,000 miles on it for a '95.
doesnt even make sense dude
the reasons ur giving are like for a toyota yaris or something. ur ignoring the handling, driveability, aftermarket available, etc
its like saying an aw11, type r civic or 205gti or other small sports car is for girls
All it takes for an NC to be excellent is about 30-40mm lowered suspension and youre good.
Drove one like this and they are honestly such great cars
I own an NA miata too so I know how it compares
all MX5's are great cars, people just like to moan about the NC because they don't feel as if they capture the ethos of the first gen, which might be true but it shouldn't distract from the car as a whole
How's it been working for you? Been tempted to buy one, driving a diesel mk1 caddy now, pic related but not mine
the super eurobeat sticker in this picture is shooped on, but i have a real one in the same spot now
it was just to see what it'd look like
A5 Sportback. A damn pleasant car to drive.
not my car, but this is the exact one i drive, except mines black
2006 Porsche Carrera S Cabriolet
I live in an apartment so I won't walk to my parking garage for proofs but if someone really wants i'll post pics of my keys
I'd actually recommend a 300/500cc like a cbr500/300 or ninja 300. Buy used and get it with ABS. Invest in good gear and frame sliders. If you ride a lot you are going to have close calls mostly because of distracted drivers. You are most likely to die in your first and third year of riding. People under age 25 or over 50 are the most likely to have fatal accidents. Scary stuff aside; riding is the best. Way more fun and intimate than cars.
I feel that having a skill - like working on cars - falls under craftsmanship. And I also feel that craftsmanship, attention to detail, and passion are very effay. So yes.
At least that's how I think of it. I love working on cars and have spent many many hours leaning over an engine bay.
This is my daily. I think it's the most elegant thing I could have bought at the price point.
only effay porsche is a g series senpai
NCs are pretty ugly imo, look way too big even though they're still tiny. I also feel super cramped sitting in one for some reason where my NA feels quite roomy.
Would cop an NB8B if I needed a new one for whatever reason
I drive a 07 Acura TSX
My mum has an unused 01 BMW 325xi wagon sitting out front. I really want to fix it up, but there would be a lot of money going into it. I think it would be a very cool, very different dd compared to most people. Identical to pic related.
It's 2005. The aesthetic on the older ones may be more appealing but the 2008 revision is a lot more practical. They improved the ergonomics a lot and parts are probably cheaper now.
I was 20 when I got it. I would recommend a used EX 250. They're cheap and hold their value well. Do the MSF course (cheaper insurance) and read the Ninja 250 wiki, even if you get a different bike. The new rider section is really helpful.
The new Mustangs are definitely a step in the right direction. I even test drove one, just to see if I could be convinced to go in the American muscle car direction.
Couldn't do it. Ford needs to un-fuck their interiors and tech a LOT before I'll ever touch their shit. The inside of the Mustangs still feels phenomenally cheap and stupid to me.
What fixed gear do you ride senpai?
Heres my steed
grills think its a porsche or a ferrari and that I'm rich and I get laid
i've always been partial to the xj40/81
Doesn't get much more effay than a 2nd gen Elantra
Don't have any pictures, but this is pretty damn close. Just add the factory pinstripes on the side and that's it, really.
Used to drive a big body sl500, now in pic related. Gonna sell it in the summer and buy either a 635 or a Saab 900 spg.