Recomend me a completely impractical but very cool car
thisisnotaspoon, I passed my test in a new mini cooper, my first car was a mini cooper (borrowed from driving instructor) and I learnt to drive in a MX5 two years later- it teaches you handling, poise, balance all within your limits- well if you don’t count a few silly moments. Its connected, feel, lots of feel and feedback to you- this is the mk2.5 I’m talking about not the mk3 (although I hear the mk3.5 is more connected)Posted 8 years agoIdleJonSubscriber
<Note to self – must ignore everything thisisnotsspoon ever posts as he thinks a Vauxhall Viva is cool.>
Now then ‘spoon, I’ve got a lovely Austin Allegro for sale for a grand. Note the state of the art square steering wheel, and the fact that it is shaped like an Alfa Brera. (Squint…in a dark room)Posted 8 years agoIdleJonSubscriber
waihiboy, Integrales are really lovely. Just being picky, although I’m not expert that looks like a modded up ‘replica’ Integrale, not a proper one. No Elephant badges, wrong wheels, and the grille and front end generally don’t look right. In fact the more I look at it, the wronger it looks.
My mate wrote his off in the usual fashion – ‘the brakes don’t work when the wheels aren’t on the ground!’Posted 8 years agoBadlyWiredDogSubscriber
Hore: Impreza WRX or STI:
Hahhahahahhahaha… you think those poxy, modified family cars are ‘cool’, ffs. They are about as cool as Peter Stringfellow. They’re also practical because they are basically family cars with a turboed engine and 4wd system.
Anyway, they may go fast, but don’t delude yourself that Scoobies are cool…Posted 8 years ago
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