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theo46's avatar
I have not the age for a car but my choice would be a charger or a more chalenger
compaan-art's avatar
Well, if you can afford it, why not? :P
theo46's avatar
told me you would have an idea of ​​concept car ???
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damongoewie's avatar
als ik 18 ben wil ik een nissan skyline R32
japan dus :)
compaan-art's avatar
Ja, ik wilde ook een Skyline op m'n achtiende, maar wacht maar af... :P Het geld gaat allemaal uit aan andere dingen zoals school etc. :P
damongoewie's avatar
haha we zullen het zien, klein goedkoop Japannertje is ook altijd leuk
Mister-Lou's avatar
well,actually its my stepdad who drives it,a 1989 Toyota Corolla 4 door......not exactly the greatest car ever,nor the most interesting but its more like a tank than a car regarding how it handled the roads.
compaan-art's avatar
The Corolla hatchbacks of that generation are the most common sight here.
You're right, it's not a special car, but it appears to be very reliable, just like every other Toyota.
Mister-Lou's avatar
well,asides the newer Altis ones(USDM Corolla)and the 97-00(my brother owns one actually and the door hinges broke)i also see the AE92,AE100 and the RWD KE70 quite often alongside the AE85 Corollas(the AE86's GTS are rarer sights).mostly the sedan model.they never sold the hatchbacks since the FX16(Corolla FX in America)in the mid 80's and those are highly sought after.not to mention the American built ones weren't precisely the sportiest of the bunch,aside the XRS from 03-05,which had the 2ZZGE off the Celica GTS.
compaan-art's avatar
The most commons Corolla's here are E10, E11 and the E12.
The E8 and the E9 are cars I haven't seen in a long time.
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really? damn,i still see them around.the ones that are getting rarer to see are the E1,2 and 3 ones on the road,and if you want one,be prepared to spend at least 3,000 or more for a restored one.i've seen some selling as high as 10,000 US
compaan-art's avatar
Wow.
I've never seen the E1, E2 and E3 here. Yeah, maybe on a carshow next to some Datsuns :P
My dad has owned a Corolla though. [link] He turned it into a hearse. :)
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the Lowman museum you visited has a few,if you see the Corolla Rally car pic closely,there's a first gen model next to a Toyota Land Cruiser in the background.
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Ooh, yeah, now that I remember... Louwman has a lot of classic Corolla's, Carina's, Celica's, etc. Louwman is the biggest Toyota importer in my country. :P
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urbieD's avatar
I drive a 1983 Honda Accord. My dad bought it new and it mostly sat in my mother's garage after he died. When she quit driving it moved to my house (Only 113,000 miles on it now). My 2nd car is a 1987 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser stationwagon. It is handy for moving lumber and towing my little boat, but now it sits most of the time while I drive the Honda (33 mpg hwy).
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Well.. you could always cruise around in holdays ;)
urbieD's avatar
I love to cruise around the Pacific Northwest States; all of Washington, N.E. Oregon, Idaho, Western Montana and the Rocky Mountains all the way up through Canada. These are some of the most beautiful places on earth. There is nothing to compare with a good handling car flying low over the primitive roads (see the art of Z.Z. Wei). Cars as Art. Tres bien. Merci.
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1997 Oldsmobile Aurora

Northstar V8:iconfuckyeaplz:
Roddy1990's avatar
'06 Chevrolet Corsa, but since it's pretty much an Opel w/ the Chevy badge, I voted for German XD
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