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RE: IRL rides - gas23 - 05-05-2015 01:18 PM

My parents were the same with the gti because they know of vw's not so stellar reliability reputation. I told them I knew what I was getting into and that all repairs would be on me.

Or do it the same way my friend did with his coils (his parents wouldn't let him mod is his car) just buy it lolololol.


RE: IRL rides - YoDonny - 05-05-2015 02:14 PM

Give them the "I'll be responsible for the decision if anything fucks up" speech. If it's your money that you earned, then more power to your side of the argument.


RE: IRL rides - K's Garage - 05-05-2015 03:48 PM

How come you have to consult your parents before you buy anything with presumably your own money?

If you think its a sweet deal just go for it.


RE: IRL rides - Saikou XS - 05-05-2015 05:30 PM

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RE: IRL rides - AllOfTheCars - 05-05-2015 11:59 PM

Because they are buying it, and I am paying them back... I would rather save up, but they insist on getting me something right now... They want me to find something though, but everything I suggest is too old...


RE: IRL rides - PTARIStyle - 05-06-2015 03:46 AM

SMH..... That's a stellar deal for a dual cam S13 in stock shape with low miles. You can easily re sell for $3,000 in this drift tax market. Get on that ASAP! They are plenty reliable!


RE: IRL rides - AllOfTheCars - 05-06-2015 03:49 AM

(05-06-2015 03:46 AM)PTARIStyle Wrote:  SMH..... That's a stellar deal for a dual cam S13 in stock shape with low miles. You can easily re sell for $3,000 in this drift tax market. Get on that ASAP! They are plenty reliable!

I want to, but they say it is "too old"... Every car in my price range is "too old" or has "too many miles"... The worst part is that this was owned by an old man who treated it with amazing care, and I will never find another one like this again


RE: IRL rides - Random_Psycho - 05-06-2015 05:54 AM

to be honest man it doesn't hurt if you just take them with you to go look at it in person. . . .that may change there mind. btw will this be your 1st car?


RE: IRL rides - AllOfTheCars - 05-06-2015 06:29 AM

(05-06-2015 05:54 AM)Random_Psycho Wrote:  to be honest man it doesn't hurt if you just take them with you to go look at it in person. . . .that may change there mind. btw will this be your 1st car?

The problem is that they are my ride to go look at it, and they aren't willing to even go, and no... It is my 4th sadly... I haven't had the best of luck with cars


RE: IRL rides - Juucso - 05-06-2015 06:37 AM

Deffinetly GT86. Newes, imo best looking and reliable! Smile And looks super good even 100% stock. Wink


(05-02-2015 02:02 AM)HeyDayJordan Wrote:  Stuffed my Mazda again. >Sad

Third accident I've had, but this time it was actually my fault. Reversed the car & the passenger side doors crunched into a gate at the Domino's car-park.
I'm so annoyed!

Anyway, "REQUESTS/IDEAS ON MY NEXT CAR". Should I:
1. save 6 months for a $15,000AUD '08-'09 model "Kia Koup" or
2. save a few months longer for a $23,500AUD '12 model "Toyota 86" or
3. save 6 months for a (about) $10,000AUD '04 model "Mazda RX-8"?

The guys at work say the 86 (majority of Tasmanians are stanced Subi fanatics & I have many contacts for cheap parts), but my mind tells me to go for the Kia Koup, but I love Mazdas which is why I like the RX-8.
Kinda confused lol.

I'll still be keeping my current Mazda though for work & to keep the k's down on the next car. Can't be bothered fixing the doors now. Might do it later down the track & will still continue with my plan to stance it. Smile