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  Reply # 963289 8-Jan-2014 14:30 2 people support this post Send private message

josephhinvest: I used to drive this.

RIP little Honda.

Now I drive this.

Not as zippy, and not particularly good fuel economy, but a lot more fun.

Cheers,
Joseph


Did you log a fault for the car ? :P




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  Reply # 963301 8-Jan-2014 14:55 2 people support this post Send private message

KiwiNZ:
josephhinvest: I used to drive this.

RIP little Honda.

Now I drive this.

Not as zippy, and not particularly good fuel economy, but a lot more fun.

Cheers,
Joseph


Did you log a fault for the car ? :P


Or did he log the car for a fault? :D





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  Reply # 963342 8-Jan-2014 16:09 Send private message

josephhinvest: 

Now I drive this.

Not as zippy, and not particularly good fuel economy, but a lot more fun.

Cheers,
Joseph


Handling looks like it might suck a little ...




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  Reply # 963345 8-Jan-2014 16:11 2 people support this post Send private message

Mark:
josephhinvest: 

Now I drive this.

Not as zippy, and not particularly good fuel economy, but a lot more fun.

Cheers,
Joseph


Handling looks like it might suck a little ...


Not really. It corners like it's on rails......

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  Reply # 963347 8-Jan-2014 16:12 Send private message

Mark:
josephhinvest: 

Now I drive this.

Not as zippy, and not particularly good fuel economy, but a lot more fun.

Cheers,
Joseph


Handling looks like it might suck a little ...


No way, those things corner like they're on rails!

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  Reply # 963349 8-Jan-2014 16:16 One person supports this post Send private message

I knew people could not resist that response so I left it open ;-)




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  Reply # 963359 8-Jan-2014 16:33 Send private message

freitasm: I drive a Chrysler PT Cruiser.


do you watch breaking bad at all ha ha. 


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  Reply # 964538 10-Jan-2014 14:05 Send private message

Mother's VW Bora 2.0 sedan.
Myself Audi A4 V6 but don't use it, on hold for last 4yrs. I prefer the big Asian cities where it is so convenient and efficient with the subways and I also prefer the crowds and organising myself, a new train after 5mins ...

12yrs after I got my license I got my first only car but then I only used it for a year :D

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  Reply # 964567 10-Jan-2014 14:37 Send private message

how about a soo-broo im-pret-zah wrx sti (said in a tiff needell accent)

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  Reply # 964568 10-Jan-2014 14:37 Send private message

mind you it only gets around 1-2000 ks a year!

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  Reply # 964587 10-Jan-2014 14:54 Send private message

joker97: how about a soo-broo im-pret-zah wrx sti (said in a tiff needell accent)


You'll find that it's pretty much a Kiwi only thing to use the Soo Bar Roo pronunciation, it was one thing I really noticed when I arrived from the UK along with Mar-own for maroon. FFS you don't blow up a Ba-lown

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  Reply # 964651 10-Jan-2014 15:36 Send private message

Can anyone guess what I drive?





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  Reply # 964662 10-Jan-2014 15:45 Send private message

Currently this is what I don't drive...



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  Reply # 964664 10-Jan-2014 15:46 Send private message

langers1972:
joker97: how about a soo-broo im-pret-zah wrx sti (said in a tiff needell accent)


You'll find that it's pretty much a Kiwi only thing to use the Soo Bar Roo pronunciation, it was one thing I really noticed when I arrived from the UK along with Mar-own for maroon. FFS you don't blow up a Ba-lown


When I went to Australia for the first time. I thought it was a joke when they pronounced it soobiroo and thought it was so it could rhyme with kangaroo. Then came back to NZ and couldn't convince anyone that soobiroo is the correct one haha.




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  Reply # 964665 10-Jan-2014 15:47 Send private message

jarledb: Can anyone guess what I drive?



Looks like a Toyota?




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