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how do they do this???
>>25952107 >hiw do they do it
Not very well considering how many videos I've seen of them cartwheeling with body parts flying off.
I wonder if the rich Arabs pay the people to ride on the outside of the car when they're doing those stunts or of the people do it for free.
That's the drift scene. The stunters are straight based
They have miles of flat modern highway with no traffic to practice on and most get oil gibs from the government
This morning, it was raining here. Driving around this morning in my Jaguar, listening to Opeth's Damnation masterpiece observing the fall foliage...anons, it was profoundly beautiful. As we head into the beautiful season, share comfy driving experiences. What moves you, /o/?
My dad and I sometimes have to drive to outback australia for work, it's about 10 hours all up, I always love when you hit this semi rural town on the way back thats just on the outskirts of the city, it's coming down a big hill and you just see the city lights at night in the distance and you know you are home now after a big trip, maximum comfy
Drive in the middle of the California highlands near Bakersfield. Sunset and the lack of traffic made it incredibly comfy. First comfy drive in awhile. Not much of a story really. Just a nice sunset.
Never been up north to that part of the state except once four years go on a trip to Oregon. Don't remember much other than tall evergreens and really beautiful twisty roads.
Great to know you got to drive some of the roads here in the Bay Area when going through it. I'll still hold the belief that the best roads in the state are in the Bay.
Beautiful pic, anon.
well I didn't take it, but thanks, that road is like 5 mins from me
how do I convert my car to RHD?
Can't you just drive it LHD? Or does your country have laws against it or something? As others have already pointed out, this is going to cost so much money/time that you're better off getting a different car.
I'm in America
I just like rhd
Be much easier to convert a Chevy Caprice cop car to RHD. Conversion readily available from Oz
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>>25951276 >I'm in America
Then why the fuck would you want to inconvenience yourself that way?
There are anons on this board right now that would suggest the average /o/ tourist buy a brand new cuckover than a used sportscar or older Toyota/Honda with some pep.
Even worse, they think any new car is better than any old car.
The sheer audacity!
Can you give examples? Most people here want their car for road use.
This, most people here want lifestyle cars with sporty styling, most just call them hairdresser's cars.
>>25953278 >recommend /o/tists and normie friends alike to buy a $3-5k Toyota/Honda shitbox and drive it into the ground to save money >tiny thing breaks >they take it to the most expensive mechanic they can find >$1500+ for a tie rod and some brake pads, maybe a control arm >they dump the car and immediately sign onto a $35k+, 84 month loan on some shit tier 'market adjusted' econobox
I just stopped trying and caring.
Ok boomer, take your meds
why do you want casuals to buy sports cars and raise the prices?
who was in the wrong here?
normally it would be the pt cruiser but since he's doing it to a truck he is automatically based
>>25945896 >>25945902 >>25947064 >americans unironically believe this
>>25945490 >will constantly talk about all the acts of violence you should inflict on anyone
So many people deserve to physically suffer though, how do you not see this
>>25945229 >Legally passing you on the right
Don't fuck with PT Cruiser fags... They're probably high on meth.
Why in living fuck are 70 series Landcruisers nonexistent outside Australia?
Literally peak SOUL and UTILITY the vehicle.
I love my brick so fucking much, bros. There isn't a single car that I can possibly upgrade to because this ticks every box.
>million KM motor >solid front axle >easy to work on >very little things to break >OK on fuel >stress less driving My previous Wrangler would make me feel stress when towing 1000km in 36c heat because their have weak crank bearings.
I can guarantee there is poorly aligned LED bulbs in that Reflector housing. Glare city.
I love pooeys but fucking hate their drivers.
What if you don't live in Gibraltar?
LARP mobile the amount of faggots rolling around in one completely decked out in the city only for it to go "offroading" on a gravel road a corolla could handle
kek man, that not type of dealership you think it is, they don't actually serve Gibraltar.
you are transported back to the early 90s, what do you tell the Ford australia designers to help improve the look of the AU falcon so it doesn't flop
make it two door & two seat KJ-ZEM engine and Tremec T5 in base trim >>25952393 >Most Aussies don't want gigantic utes
Well, that's just plain wrong. Twin-cabs are the largest selling vehicle segment BY FAR and get bigger and bigger every gen. The current ford ranger is a fucking monster. And I'm seeing more and more amerishart transformer vomit trucks on the road locally which are bigger again, they bloody eye sores that they are.
>>25952605 >current ford ranger
I actually thought they were F150s till I got up close and saw the model name. The front end is pretty much identical.
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No, they just want land cruisers
I see here many proponents of the superiority of body on frame, but the industry went the other way. Why is that? Is unibody cheaper? Body on frame isn't that good?
IMPORTANT: I'm not asking about trucks.
BoF means I can just lift the entire body and replace with a new one if the old one has damage, even better if the body is made in multiple pieces. Unibodies are instant scrap the moment they become damaged, especially in most countries in Europe with all the gay rules, and I bet some US states as well. You could chop and weld and eventually repair a unibody, but it's never passing MOT type inspections.
Just depends on your state/jurisdictions rules which vary wildly. Arkansas highway patrol don't give a fuck, they're doing 150mph pursuits, hopping curbs and pit maneuvering people at speed all day long with their chargers.
unibody is a PITA to repair even when at only 185 000 km
just add in a huge box
I've got $100 worth of angle and C channel steel, a good TIG machine, steelstik epoxy, armor paint, and then im gonna clear coat the car in 5 layers and wait for the next hole to appear.
>not designed by ameritards
Can be old or new. Currently thinking about getting one of these. Any other good options out there?
Yeah, I've considered these. My only issue is they're getting somewhat hard to find nowadays.
That poor frog looks miserable.
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Finding IS200's in good shape without an automatic box is a pain in the ass
>There is no exquisite beauty… without some strangeness in the proportion.
yet the dodger charge proportions stretches the limit of that saying
>hood section is too long
>front looks like the business end of a vacuum cleaner
>rear looks like the squished backside of a beetle
>box like cabin
>jumbo ear like doors
yet despite all that, she still looks cooler than saturday afternoon cat.
it's the 68'
Ah yes one of the many 90s FWD coupes that looks like it should be RWD.
So all American cars then?
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1965 coupe Deville. Preferably black.
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