I don't have the pics on my computer, but here is the list of my cars: -1983 Mazda 323 1.3 saloon. My dad bought it in '92 and it has been my favourite daily driver since I turned 18 and dad gave it to me. It has now 378 000 km on the clock and it's still really fun to drive. The car that lasts from father to son. -1987 Nissan Micra 1.0 GL. It's in really nice shape, no rust and it has only 157 000 km on the clock. -1990 Mazda 323F 1.6 16V SOHC carb. My dad uses it now as a daily driver. It's body has seen better days, but mechanically it's still in good shape after 300 000 km. And it was almost free. -1993 Nissan Sunny 1.6 LXi sedan. I spend this summer under it welding and painting the sills and rear wheel arches. This car was also almost free and is mechanically sound after 298 000 km. -1994 Mazda 323 Neo 1.5i. The rusty project for next summer. At least five places in sills and rear wheel wells need some welding and before it could pass the inspection. It has 280 000 km on the clock. The engine burned oil about a liter per 100 km after failed head gasket repair and the cylinder head was dismantled into boxes when I bought the car. I put it back together with new gaskets and valve oil seals but the engine still burns some oil. Maybe oil rings in pistons are shot or heavy carbon deposits won't allow the rings to move freely.