- Dec 3, 2004
- London, Ontario, Canada
- 1995 Chevy Camaro Z28, 04 VW Jetta GLS
monkeymax said:fordsierra4x4 said:Just to update everyone - the my '91 Rover 216 GTi has finally gone to the great big car park in the sky
Looking at replacing it now with a '92 Rover 220 GTi - granted, it'll lose the 'Honda Power', but try finding one for sale for under ?500!
What happened to it? Did you kill it or did it die of old age?
Yeah, the Honda powered ones are a little difficult to find for under 500... Avoid the Peugeot powered diesel ones, my sis bought one, nothing but trouble... 80k Miles 1995 and still a pain...
Evo7 said:I am only 15 so can't drive but I have got an 1984 1.6 Capri Laser that I am currently restoring (with my dad's help). It' s being a right pain in the backside as the bloke who owned it before thought it would be a good idea to install his own throttle system which doesn't work. But at least he let me keep the furry dice
Vette Boss said:Looks like a fun project that Capri, good luck with it. About how long do you think that takes? Three or four years?
lamcdonald said:Here's my rare and exotic Hyundai Lantra
It's a 1992 GLS, 1598cc, about 85kW. I've had it for 5.5 years. When I got it, it had extractors/exhaust, wheels and some minor interior mods (tint, steering wheel etc).
It's been pretty good overall, although I've only done around 12,000km in the time I've had it
Outlander is one of my softroaders IMO. Our neighbours got them at at the moment they are giving them away with what they call a "multimedia pack" which has this really fancy sat nav system in it.nomix said:My dads 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
AC, Leather, good stereo. Suure.. it's a SUV. But it's better than the old Toyota RAV4. This was the model based on a car from the 80s
Edit: Evo7: Allways nice to see someone at your age so into cars