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  Reply # 1101743 4-Aug-2014 14:45
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KiwiNZ: Nissan Micra convertible tongue-out


A pink (salmon) one like Richard drove on Top gear?

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  Reply # 1101762 4-Aug-2014 15:23
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BTR:
KiwiNZ: Nissan Micra convertible tongue-out


A pink (salmon) one like Richard drove on Top gear?


Someone finally pick up on that smile




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  Reply # 1101884 4-Aug-2014 17:07
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Save a bit more and get an NZ new S2000. They are not dull to drive, and can be, ahem quite lively. Black or white is what I'm looking for. And if you spend a bit more you can aftermarket hardtops. Ok a lot more.

Or an MRS? I think they look pretty good in certain colours, plus a Honda K Series this win them. Just....

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  Reply # 1101887 4-Aug-2014 17:17
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Go to a MX-5 Club and tell them they are for Women.
They usually have long hair and skinny jeans so might be comparable.
See if you can get a Z3 or a S2000. S2000 is a cool car. Stay away from the MX-5.




 


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  Reply # 1101931 4-Aug-2014 18:12
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There is nothing wrong with an MX5, bang for buck for fun factor they are hard to beat. 

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lxsw20: There is nothing wrong with an MX5,..

There is when you're a 190cm tall.wink




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floydbloke:
lxsw20: There is nothing wrong with an MX5,..

There is when you're a 190cm tall.wink


Anyone under 165CM will enjoy a MX5 if they love a slow laggy convertible. At least it has roughly OK handling.
http://mx5club.org.nz/




 




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floydbloke:
lxsw20: There is nothing wrong with an MX5,..

There is when you're a 190cm tall.wink


i'm 188cm if you must use cm, I remember my sisters del sol. Handled like crap because it had $50 tires on it and I was most comfortable with the roof off looking over the top of the windscreen.




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  Reply # 1102018 4-Aug-2014 19:51
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There is a rule, if one is over 40 years old you cannot drive a convertible with the lid down.




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  Reply # 1102023 4-Aug-2014 20:00
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So I have a few more years before that is a problem ;)




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  Reply # 1102027 4-Aug-2014 20:03
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richms: So I have a few more years before that is a problem ;)

Not even half way there for me.




 




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  Reply # 1102030 4-Aug-2014 20:06
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TimA:
richms: So I have a few more years before that is a problem ;)

Not even half way there for me.


Shut up you whipperschnapper and get off my lawn and that music is too loud!




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  Reply # 1102034 4-Aug-2014 20:08
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richms: So I have a few more years before that is a problem ;)


I am forbidden by the rules from driving a convertible with top down 😉

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  Reply # 1102653 5-Aug-2014 14:51
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ghettomaster: Op never mentioned his budget so...

http://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/used-cars/bmw/auction-760026827.htm



Ummmm, Given the angle on the GT wing they must be getting in excess of 100KG of downforce at 100kph. Dat drag and fuel consumption. The cold air intake is done wrong. Who in hell needs 2 pod filters on that engine. Not to mention the second one doesnt have cold air in. The intake should be closed circuit so there isnt the chance of hot air leaking in. Those rims were stolen off an Estima or WRX from south Auckland. The colour is what you get after eating too much butter chicken. All around a car of cancer.





 


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