What car do you drive? (1 Viewer)

CatchAGlimpse

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I thought this thread already existed and I have searched to find it but didn't find anything so here goes.

Some of you may have been present in TS and had to endure my excitement when I arrived home after placing my order for a car that as a kid I’d never thought I would own. Here she is in all her glory.. Mercedes Benz AMG A35 (69 plate for those in the UK... the best number ;)) The Germans sure know how to make a beast of a car!

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Now everybody else.. I’m interested to know what cars you guys are racing around!
 

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I do own a car but never use it iv never drove it since the day i brought it lol but i do all my crusing on this.. Like the feeling of being vulnerable on the edge of death lol..
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Unfortunately with living in yorkshire I'm restricted to this.... only got 1 horses but does the job! get 25mph out of her on a good day!
 

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Unfortunately with living in yorkshire I'm restricted to this.... only got 1 horses but does the job! get 25mph out of her on a good day!
Do you have her running on the softs or did you opt-in for the super-soft hooves for those extra few gallops of performance?
 

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feed her high preformance carrots on a good day to get her really going!
 

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I clearly need to get a new job hahahaha
Who's hiring
 

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I "fly" with this one:



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This is mine
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After my colleagues got to it on a night shift :playful:

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When my kids get older I have a plan to buy something like this.


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An oversized but comfortable steering wheel.. Does the job well enough for me to have fun on the drive home at 5am ;)
 

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I had one of those! Much nicer than the latest design that looks utterly awful from the rear passenger door back - there's a lot more 'metal' in the latest generation and it really doesn't suit the car at all, the generation you've got is quite possibly the nicest looking imho.

EDIT: It's the old Nissan Primera that the new shape reminds me of in the rear quarter.

Mazda 3 - old vs new

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Nissan Primera from 2004

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The old '3 had far less metal in that rear section and although I know they've tried to smooth the shape out, I really don't like it at all. It makes the back look far too big for the size car it is, IMHO, and more like a soft-roader than a mid-size hatchback. But I'm biased,, I had the old shape (like Paul's new car) and I liked it quite a lot.
 
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