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Old 02-03-2006, 07:13 PM
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I'm thinking fuck the Supra.

No warranty on it like. I'd be rightly fucked if anything went wrong.

Now looking at the Altezza IS 200.

So now it's Audi A4 1.8T or the IS 200.

I'm unreal when it comes to buying a car.

Was looking at two today. If i go with the IS 200, what colour. It looks

sweet in both white AND black.

White or black, white or black...AHHHHHHHHH!
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Old 08-03-2006, 02:41 PM
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Black would be sweet, but a bit harder to find, most altezzas I see are white like most jap imports. A black would be different, you hardly see that many black lexus's not to mind altezzas.
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Old 09-03-2006, 03:34 PM
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I'm thinking fuck the Supra.

No warranty on it like. I'd be rightly fucked if anything went wrong.

Now looking at the Altezza IS 200.

So now it's Audi A4 1.8T or the IS 200.

I'm unreal when it comes to buying a car.

Was looking at two today. If i go with the IS 200, what colour. It looks

sweet in both white AND black.

White or black, white or black...AHHHHHHHHH!
why would you need a warrantly? seriously like if the boost is running at a normal pressure you won't have problems you here of problems with people bringing in drift spec cars allright but they are not running anywhere near standard boost. at the end of the day have you ever used a warranty, im guessing you service you motor yourself - do you realise that this null and voids any warranty? i'd say if the supra is a clean well running car when you go view it/ test drive it then go for it. sure you need a warranty if it was a french car but a toyota - no chance, all you need to do is give it a good and proper look over make sure the rubber seals didn't rot on the boat on the way over. it ain't that hard to check like.
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Old 09-03-2006, 06:23 PM
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why would you need a warrantly? seriously like if the boost is running at a normal pressure you won't have problems you here of problems with people bringing in drift spec cars allright but they are not running anywhere near standard boost. at the end of the day have you ever used a warranty, im guessing you service you motor yourself - do you realise that this null and voids any warranty? i'd say if the supra is a clean well running car when you go view it/ test drive it then go for it. sure you need a warranty if it was a french car but a toyota - no chance, all you need to do is give it a good and proper look over make sure the rubber seals didn't rot on the boat on the way over. it ain't that hard to check like.
Boost controller fitted to the car!
Anyone selling it on, IS going to turn the thing up to fuck but i know what you're saying. It's the cost of running the thing too. The non-turbo i had was bad enough.

Did yeah see there's a turbo altezzas for sale on the Auto Trader?
The thing is sick i'd say. €23,000 i think for a 1998.

Warsaw in 3 weeks time. I'll see after that.

How is your motor going? Thinking of changing?
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Old 09-03-2006, 09:45 PM
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The Audi

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Old 09-03-2006, 09:50 PM
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The Audi

St.
Yeah, your one is nice.

I like them in black with cream leather.
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Old 10-03-2006, 10:37 AM
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the audi quatrro is savage alright.........go for it.
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Old 10-03-2006, 03:08 PM
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the audi quatrro is savage alright.........go for it.
Go wan away biy.

You don't even know what make your car is, not to mind the one i want.


You going to Flans early tomorrow night? Be there for 7ish?
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Old 10-03-2006, 04:20 PM
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Boost controller fitted to the car!
Anyone selling it on, IS going to turn the thing up to fuck but i know what you're saying. It's the cost of running the thing too. The non-turbo i had was bad enough.

Did yeah see there's a turbo altezzas for sale on the Auto Trader?
The thing is sick i'd say. €23,000 i think for a 1998.

Warsaw in 3 weeks time. I'll see after that.

How is your motor going? Thinking of changing?
Going to warsaw in a week myself

motor just got NCt'd absolutely no problems . nah not changing it for at least a year i'd say, also maybe looking into putting a blitz supercharger in it pretty much one of the only semi affordable things i could do with it. anything else and you are talking seriously big money but that could have problems in its own right - was in limerick looking into it your man said that they had feirce problems doing it to the 20v corrolla - after a rwd conversion the wheels were spinning in the tyres - maybe i should just save for a GTR
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Old 10-03-2006, 05:01 PM
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Is yours the celica? You could opt for a GT-4!

Was it a FWD corolla you are on about? Why convert it to RWD? Or is it another car they converted?
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