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  • pakarang
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    Nice car, and nice images. I have never been able to get some clean-newly-washed car pics of my car yet... black metallic is just about impossible to clean.

    Within 5 minutes after leaving the car wash, it's already covered with a thin layer of dust.

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  • Tommi
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    My ride since a couple of months is a 2009 BMW 320d xDrive. Yesterday was the first day that the combination of nice weather, clean car and time to spare occured.






    The people i München has a great talent for design.

    I'm most impressed of the fact that you can get a 4-wheel drive car with a automatic gearbox to run with a fuel consumption near 5 litres / 100km on the highway.

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  • pakarang
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    Nice car.... I've had a couple of "Bishis" myself (in Thailand) and they never disappointed me in any way: jungle or city, they managed to get me where I wanted and some other places that I did not necesarrily wanted to go in the first place.

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  • esk1ld
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    Here's some pictures of my ride...

    Of course, my ride must be one of the "tugs of the road"
    It's an -08 Mitsubishi Pajero 3,2 DI-D AT Instyle that begin to approach 30'000 kilometers driven. The car has all of the available equipment/accessories for this model, including reversing camera, surround sound system, electric leather seats, heater, navigation etc.






    As you can see on the pictures, I also have a "barge" for my "tug"
    The trailer in the pictures is an Anssems MSX 3000 (with a permissible total weight of 3'000 kg). This is a multifunction trailer, equipped with both frame sets, storage boxes, support feets, winch, driving bridges and other equipment to transport cars.

    I also have an original white (alpinweiss) -83 Volkswagen Golf Rabbit GTI, which I keep on restoring back to its original condition. This one is sometimes to see loaded on my trailer on the way to/from one or other gatherings in Norway/Sweden.

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  • pakarang
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    My new and old rides together:

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  • pakarang
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    Originally posted by White Star View Post
    Its because General Motors bought Vauxhall first and then bought Opel, the two were run as separate companies until the late 70s when they started sharing designs and then in the 80s all models came online albeit with odd different name. I`m a bit of a Vauxhall fanatic and have only ever owned Vauxhall cars
    Excellent... there is always an explanation.

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  • Sterkoder
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    Sorry to hear about your Renault, Paul...
    Really hope you find yourself a new ride soon, and if so, would you place a picture here?

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  • janihudi
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    Originally posted by White Star View Post
    I`m a bit of a Vauxhall fanatic and have only ever owned Vauxhall cars
    i have that with opel,ecept my first and fourth car
    the first a renault and the fourth a ford

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    Originally posted by pakarang View Post
    I still find it strange that it's not called Opel in UK. I don't think many cars change their name in different country, it's a unique case I think.

    Its because General Motors bought Vauxhall first and then bought Opel, the two were run as separate companies until the late 70s when they started sharing designs and then in the 80s all models came online albeit with odd different name. I`m a bit of a Vauxhall fanatic and have only ever owned Vauxhall cars

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  • pakarang
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    Originally posted by White Star View Post
    Inded it is called Tigra in the UK and you are correct that it is Vauxhall in the UK. Top marks Captain
    I still find it strange that it's not called Opel in UK. I don't think many cars change their name in different country, it's a unique case I think.

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    Originally posted by pakarang View Post
    Is it called TIGRA in the UK as well?

    I guess Opel in the UK is Vauxhall?
    Inded it is called Tigra in the UK and you are correct that it is Vauxhall in the UK. Top marks Captain

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  • pakarang
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    Is it called TIGRA in the UK as well?

    I guess Opel in the UK is Vauxhall?

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    Originally posted by pakarang View Post
    Here is one of the first cars I ever bought.... an OPEL TIGRA...

    I don't think they are making them any longer either... but it was quick, and a speed devil out of this world.
    I used to have one of these. They still make the Tigra but it has changed a bit, its now a 2 seater convertable

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  • pakarang
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    Here is one of the first cars I ever bought.... an OPEL TIGRA...

    I don't think they are making them any longer either... but it was quick, and a speed devil out of this world.



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  • janihudi
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    dream on ,kiddo 14,15,16 (more than 20)

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