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PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2007 6:27 pm 
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hey guys,

im interested in geting an every day car & getting my car more driftable, i still want a bit of go but what do you think i shuld get round the 5-7k mark?


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2007 7:00 pm 
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I know a nice AE82 hatchback that's for sale. 6 speed ZZE122 g'box mated to a black top 4AGE 20v... sounds awesome,and goes pretty well. $6500.
pm me if you're interested.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2007 7:35 pm 
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probably after something newer, but it sounds nice.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2007 9:28 pm 
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My silvia its in immaculate cond
http://forum.silviansw.com/viewtopic.php?t=28092


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What do you want to do with it?
I love wagons for daily, so convenient.
The R31 Pintara wagon I used to own was probably the most generally usefull car I've ever had.

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I had a 95 Lancer wagon before the S15 and it was really good

Id go another

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N14 pulsar FTW :wink:

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Yeah mid sized hatchbacks would be pretty usefull to.
I loved having a shitty looking but reliable car back in the day.
The ability to park anywhere, not care about shopping trolleys, go offroad at will was so fun :).
I'd get another R31 Pinny wagon...

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Get yourself a 1993-95ish honda accord.

reliable, economical, comfortable. Big enough to cart friends around and nobody is gonna steal it..... :)
The noody looks and front wheel drive will stop you from hooning on the streets, and hence preserve your license.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2007 5:37 pm 
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yeah im starting to stray towards the hondas, i know if i get a turbo rwd i will go overbord on it.

i wanna do the basic mods, but still be reliable... im still looking, i will knoe wjen i find it :lol:


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An EG6 Civic would be good, future classic I reckon.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2007 10:01 pm 
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N14 pulsar FTW :wink:


I can 2nd that for the n14 sss :lol:

Well priced, good performance while still decent on fuel......

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you could go an N/A S13 !!!!
N14 ..... ppfffttt... :D

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<<Ronin>> wrote:
An EG6 Civic would be good, future classic I reckon.


there are factory vtec Eg's on our roads?

the only one I've ever seen was caged and had rally rego only,as it was a log-booked rally car.


what you should buy depends on how much cash you have. go for as plain and as new a car as possible. anything remotely interesting will just tempt you to throw money at it. I've been there and done that several times now,and still am despite my best efforts to resist. this is part of why my project car is still on stands and not completed.


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<<Ronin>> wrote:
An EG6 Civic would be good, future classic I reckon.


there are factory vtec Eg's on our roads?

the only one I've ever seen was caged and had rally rego only,as it was a log-booked rally car.


what you should buy depends on how much cash you have. go for as plain and as new a car as possible. anything remotely interesting will just tempt you to throw money at it. I've been there and done that several times now,and still am despite my best efforts to resist. this is part of why my project car is still on stands and not completed.


Justin...


Yes that is so true and i've also been on the same boat as you Justin!!

A newer car generally will give you less hassles..........

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