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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by Ytrewq, Apr 21, 2018.
80s Nissan Maxima estate
Nissan Prairie M10
1989 Ford Sierra XR4x4 I, I believe it was the top spec at the time
Sorry for the rubbish photos
And actually I literally just saw an ‘87 Peugeot 205 (couldn’t get a photo though)
2 Renault Megane RS
Ford Taunus TC2
Honda Prelude SN
Factory condition SEAT Ibiza Mk1
Honda Civic from Illinois
I was like, "Damn, those things actually exists ?!"
Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe
VW Golf VII GTD
Audi A6 TDI C7 S Line
Hummer H2 SUT
Many Mercedes GLE Coupe
Someone a few streets down has a stanced Lexus GS300. (Stanced or slammed, whichever word you prefer). Inside the garage is a legit Honda Civic. I can only wonder what the owner has done to it. The car is in the garage, yet the garage door is always open, but you can only see the back.
That was a pleasant surprise...
I was at a car auction today.
Chevrolet Corvette (Rare in this country)
Cadillac Eldorado (Once again, rare in this country)
A few Mazda MX-5's (Mazda Miata or Eunos Roadster to people in other countries)
Mk1 Ford Mondeo
Jaguar S Type
...Along with many other cars
Today I saw a '90 Mitsubishi Eclipse and a Passat B2 wagon.
Also forgot to mention that I also saw a 90s Eclipse, a US-spec Nissan Kicks and a early 2000s Porsche Carrera all in one parking lot.
Yesterday I saw last gen Toyota Prius.
Opel Admiral A
Ford F150 Mk12
2 BMWs 2002
Alfa Romeo Spider (1995 - 2006)
Infiniti Q50 and QX30
Toyota Carina II Sedan XL T170 Taxi
VW Golf VII GTD
Ford Focus III ST Facelift
Ford Mustang GT V from California
Mitsubishi L200 Mk1 Camper
BMW 3-Series GT F34
Daihatsu Gran Move
Fiat 500 Riva
VW Passat B2 Sedan
VW Golf II with pre EU Italian plates
Pontiac Sunfire Coupe
Lincoln Continental Mk V
Fiat 850 Coupe
Honda Accord Type S
2017 Abarth 500
Hyundai Santa Fe (2019+)
Hyundai Veloster (2019+)
Some 70s/80s Volvo semi
I was fortunate enough to see the only Venetian Violet BMW M3 here in Brazil. It's the most beautiful F80 I've ever seen.
Plenty of Citroen 2CVs
An old Renault of some kind
Vauxhall (Opel) Corsa Mk1
A few different 'Aixam' models
(I'm on holiday abroad)
While on the drive to a concert, I saw...
Kia Stinger GT
Modern Dodge Challenger
Sedan from the 1920s/1930s
Subaru Legacy Wagon (first gen)
I drove the BMW X2, and I liked it. I know, it's not a BMW tradition to make a FWD car, but I thought that the car is comfortable, looks beautiful and has great fit and finish. Plus, the model I tested was a really well equipped one. It had a sunroof, the beautiful M bodykit, a stunning blue color and carbon fiber mirrors. I hope BMW brings to Brazil the sDrive/xDrive 28i version, which has a more powerful engine and can compete better with the Volvo XC40 and the Jaguar E-Pace.
when i was in Queensland a year or so ago, i saw a Nissan Stagea, but it looked like it was lifted a bit and had steelies, the front end was damaged as well