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Discussion in 'Car Pictures' started by MooSquad, May 14, 2016.
Autobianchi (later Lancia) A112. Had a mad quick Abarth version too.
Some cars I grew up thinking they were good:
And then this
Haha, I still see the Park Avenue sometimes. In the 90's the Corsica, Beretta (Chevrolet) and Saratoga, Voyager (Chrysler) would be popular too (for an American car), but went extinct too by now. Oh and the Pontiac Trans Sport. Now, when it comes to American cars, it's mostly 300C's. Always liked the 300M predecessor better, though. Felt nice and cozy inside too.
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I can't speak for Israel, but the 323F's and literally every Saab minus the pre-facelift 9000 is still pretty common in the Netherlands
edit: though anything before the modern 900 you posted is typically driven by neckbeards. I love those old 90's, 99's and old-900's, but being associated with that type throws me off.
Well, all Saab's were always a novelty here. The 323F was pretty common, but not many survived.
How about Toyota's opposing Corolla liftback? used to think those were pretty nice.
The ZX. Though perhaps this car's still popular in China, I don't know, but Citroën built a good name for itself there at the time. The 16V version was applauded for being among the best trackday cars of its class too.
Produced forever ('79-early 90's), reliable and a great seller in the budget van class. Practically gone nowadays. They had its charm imho.
Oh man! Some beauties right here.
Fox Body Mustang. Over here, it's the most popular pony car. I don't know in your area guys, but here especially in the summer time, we see alot.
That's a 1982 Ford Mustang GT 5.0
A highly collectable car. 1987 Buick Grand National GNX
Did I post this car? I'll post it again, I know Moo will get a kick out of it.
1989 Mazda Autozam Carol
1984 Toyota Celica Supra. I know some of you are big Supra fans.
Maybe, one day, this car could become a collector's car.
A 1991 Dodge Stealth R/T AWD Twin Turbo
Rare car in my side of the woods.
1980 Peugeot 504
How about small roadsters?
Like this 1980 Triumph Spitfire.
1983 Renault 5 Turbo
1981 Fiat X1/9
1980 Volkswagen Thing.
1980 Toyota Celica
Just for Moo.