Here's what you're gonna do, /o/.
You're gonna buy a $500 car, first shitbox you see, pay in cash / 10 oz of silver bullion ought to do it.
You're going to pay insurance, and you're gonna put temp plates on it.
You're not gonna safety it.
You'll let the 10 day plates expire, and then you'll just remove the "temporary" sticker.
You're gonna use that shitbox to Doordash and Uber and get to work all day, save up about 2,000 over the course of a month.
When you inevitably get pulled over, burn the ownership in front of the cops, and then call the nearest scrappers who will pay you $400 to take it away. Use that cash and another $100 to buy another 10 ounces of silver, just in case.
You're gonna take the plates and toss them to the bottom of a lake, and buy a decent 90s shitbox for 1,000, then you're gonna spend another 1,000 on repairs. Wrench it yourself, don't be a baby.
Then you're gonna drive that shitbox for years and you're gonna like it.
>For Classics made before '86 although exceptions are made for cars with a body style that started before '86 >Everybody has their own taste, but some tastes are wrong. If you aren't sure if your car is classic or not, it's not. >If you like Mopars, you're a bonafide faggot >Your Honda Miata doesn't belong here. >US, Euro, Jap, or whatever. >Post your classic, your work on it, your hackery, and get advice. >Any and all discussion about classics welcome, but may not necessarily generate responses; don't get butthurt. >Period correct performance > cosmetics. >Metal > plastic. >Classic shitbox > modern shitbox. >JBweld and RTV can fix anything >If you see rust there is more. >Rust and bodywork are the most difficult thing to repair. >Electrical work is difficult until you stop reading forum posts and buy a multimeter. >Low oil pressure? Worn mains and rod bearings. Use lucas and 15W40 until you afford a rebuild. >Do NOT buy a classic and plan to pay someone to work on it. You need to be able to do 90% or more of the work or you will go broke. >You will spend twice your budget, unless you have years of experience. If the salty old hands agree, it's true. >No one cares about your MPG >If you can't tune a carb you might literally be retarded >Nothing is as easy as it seems >Post car or gtfo
I want to buy a Toyota hilux, I dont care about electronic stuff like cruise control and lane leaving warning that I find useless, I just want offroad and utility capabilities and also civilian use, I'd use it to do outdoor stuff and exploration.
There are 4 main models plus the cheap working one, I dont understand the difference between the main 4 since they are almost identical and cost almost the same.
Also I'd like the more powerful 204Hp engine in manual but I see it's only automatic, and I'd like the interiors to be brown.
Is it possible?
I'm in Italy for reference
This is one of the greatest looking supercars in the past decade if not the best, its fast, and it looks unique. They completely shit themselves in the foot for being fucking liars for no reason... bunch of fucking losers. Sullied American super car brands, or this being able to make a name for itself. Big let down.
Anyways, post or discuss American supercars/sports cars. They are always the best when they try and make the rest of the world butthurt. They don't look overdone like other countries and have unuque style, but most importantly, fast.