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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by 98crownvic, Oct 28, 2017.
I saw a Toyota Corolla once.
a f*cking old Citroen 2CV
I saw a Saab in Jakarta
Rarest Modern Car: Mclaren MP4-12C (Only 4000 worldwide)
Rarest Old Car: Some old rolls royce thing across the street of a Ferrari-Maserati dealer next to a Lamborghini Huracan.
All of the cars here were seen 2 days apart at very similar places in toronto.
I saw a Chevy SSR today. Again, not incredibly rare, but it’s up there.
They're relatively rare now. Not worth a lot but because the car was a flop not many were produced. I know I have one near me.
Also if you people somehow didn't understand, when I said I saw a ZR1, I saw this. (it has atleast 750hp and I saw it on the highway). Is that not rare?
Also, you know how everyone dreads dentist trips? Well I went on Thursday and car-spotting wasn't too bad actually. I only saw 2 interesting things (that I remember of), one being a Volkswagen Beetle (one of the old ones) with the Herbie paint scheme (#53) and a Jag F-Type.
They’re about as rare as an Aztek, with the Aztek producing a few thousand more units at 27K.
I see more Azteks than the SSR, but more HHRs than Azteks.
I think everybody sees more Azteks than SSRs and I think the HHR sold many more units than both combined I would guess. Also, the other day I saw a Toyota Hilux. Not a strange sight anywhere else in the world, but I live in the states. Also saw a Jaguar XJS.
Weren't Hiluxes banned from the US?
I don’t know that they were banned, but they were never sold.
Subaru Impreza sti 22b
Hiluxes aren't "banned", and the reason why they're not sold in the US is because the Tacoma fills in that slot and it's pointless to have two midsize trucks, in the line up competing against each other rather than the other manufacturers. Mind you, the early Toyota Pickups were simply rebadged Hiluxes before the Tacoma nameplate came around in 1995. Chances are you've probably have seen a Hilux from Central/South America or even Mexico. I've seen a fair share of cars from Mexico and other countries down further south on highways before,
Toyota HiAces, Nissan Urvans, first and second gen Nissan X-Trails, even kept pace with a Seat Ibiza from Mexico on the highway for a good 3 hours.
Do they have Hiluxes in the Dominican Republic? They definitely sell HiAces there, along with French car brands (second country I've been to that has French cars in the mix of traffic, the other being Brazil).
Also, the X-Trail is basically the Rogue, but for other markets.
Bugatti royale, and a zil 130 fire engine in UK?????????????????
found the Bugatti store with this inside in Knightsbridge, London
edit: Does anyone know the model of the Veyron. not sure
I think it's this one:
(colors are different, but same livery)
The Hilux is offered in Latin American countries, so yeah. And No, I'm not talking about the 3rd generation that's now the Rogue. I'm talking about the previous generations.