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Your Future vehicle

Discussion in 'Showroom' started by calster17, Nov 20, 2013.

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  1. The Compensator

    The Compensator Future heel&toe historian

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    Audi makes great interiors. :nods: I love the pop-up MMI screen, because when it is hidden the dash looks much much cleaner.
    *cough* Mercedes *cough*

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  2. GTAMADDOG

    GTAMADDOG Dreaming in Splendour

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  3. MrLolololXD

    MrLolololXD Resident Supra Owner

    Another Supra, an MX73 or 83 Cressida with either a 2JZ, 1UZ or 1GZ swap, an R33 GTR or a '69 Camaro, which is the next car on my dream car hit list. Out of those it will most likely be a second Supra though.

    Whatever happens, I don't ever see myself being without a Supra now, I just love them too much.
     
  4. Guru

    Guru нυятιη' fєєℓιηɢѕ ★

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    After my Audi V8 D11 and BMW E34 I think I will buy a S4 B5 (A4 B5 1.8Tq is in option too) or a 530d E39 ofcourse manual ones :)
    In the future would be nice to have a RS4 B5 but prices are waaay to high now for me.
    I'm sticking to the 2 brands. :cheeky:
     
  5. The Compensator

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    There's nothing that could replace our 3 Series, so not even thinking about that. Though I could see my dad in an M235i, but we haven't even collected it in Germany, so screw that too. :p

    These would be great as a first car for me in a few years time. All of them go under 20k € now.

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    R56 Cooper S/JCW.
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    Or an R55 Clubman? :susp:
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    Fiesta ST.
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  6. superhyper

    superhyper mamamamamamamadness

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    ^Lucky, I gotta work years if I want anything like that. That, or win in a huge lottery :/
     
  7. The Compensator

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    LOL, I don't have any money at all, don't know if I'll pass the final exams next year to get to a uni so... Pretty sure I won't get any of those cars. :p
     
  8. superhyper

    superhyper mamamamamamamadness

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    Still, let's hope for the best, eh? ;) I can't take my eyes off the Imprezas atm so these 3 are becoming more and more likely options :hmmm:

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    Which one? Depends on how much money I have after my army service. Probs the middle one :nods: I'd love to have a newer Audi but generally speaking they are out of my price range :/
     
  9. The Compensator

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    Yes, of course!

    WRX or WRX STi? I'd say Bugeye and Hawkeye are in my eyes the most appealing - if we're talking about design only.
     
  10. Guru

    Guru нυятιη' fєєℓιηɢѕ ★

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  11. superhyper

    superhyper mamamamamamamadness

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    Hawkeye WRX is one of my somewhat realistic dream cars atm but it's probably a lot out of my price range :/ STis are definitely out of question, those things have some ridicculous prices around here, even the bugeyes :eek: Most likely option would be a blobeye WRX or regular. (I'd be happy even with a regular one) :)
     
  12. killalldude

    killalldude SRT-Avant

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    Any of them. The WRX and STi's are pretty quick. Plus those were the Imprezas that actually looked good.
     
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    Hopefully I can find a cheap, banged up one, and attempt to fix it up. I may have to go for a 260Z, since I think they're cheaper. 280ZX is just too ugly for me.

    I'd have to wait at least a year anyway. :(
     
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  14. iNotACactus

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    This, an old Merc, or maybe an E46. Lots of T6 Volvos around too, so I'd go for one of those if they're in budget.
     
  15. The Compensator

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    Only a diesel wagon is missing in your list to be a true Jalop.
     
  16. iNotACactus

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    I was looking at Mercedes 300TDs but never saw a wagon one. :(
     
  17. The Compensator

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    Maybe the hipsters bought them all?

    Maybe look into W114/115's or hell, why not the S-class!
     
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    That sounds tempting. Hopefully there are some, most of the Mercs were old 300s and new C-Classes.
     
  19. killalldude

    killalldude SRT-Avant

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    A friend of mine has one. From what I gather it isn't worth it. Slow, not that great to drive, they cost a lot, and when it comes time for resale people only want unmolested, bone stock wagons.

    :hmmm:

    That seems a lot like my wagon...

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  20. TDUFREAK500

    TDUFREAK500 Rotary <3

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    I want to take one of these

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    Then bag it to get it laying frame, custom metal widebody, deep dish Work wheels, 1UZFE and RWD conversion and go for some general bippu style.
     

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