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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Baklava, Mar 3, 2019.
destroyed an MPS/Speed3 on my way to work today
He was doing about 65, I was doing 70. fkin OWNED
did you get his pink slip
Saw a Ferrari Portofino today. Looked surprisingly good.
I saw my first Nissan GT-R maybe a month ago and now a different this week. Telling how rare they are after being sold some ten years.
I've never seen one in the netherlands.
where do you live?
In Australia, I see them probably 2 or 3 times a week, and we have strict import laws
EDIT: never mind me, apparently they actually sell them here....
what do we think of the gtr? Yawn for me
rather have half a dozen cars at the same price and even cheaper, probably
I really like the GTR. It's really fast, it sounds great and it's cheap. I would definitely buy one if i had the money. Much more so than a 911.
I only race for pride.
I've seen a guy in a pretty new looking GTR a couple of times now who looks at least 70 years old. Driving it like he stole it.
I would definitely rather have a 911, but really high limits/track times don't interest me much
911's are so boring imo. I only like the hardcore ones like the gt3 and gt2
I see base 911's all the time here. Always with old man inside next to trophy wife.
Would rather have the Chevy NSX, err.. Corvette C8.
There are eight GT-Rs on sale on our national online sales site, which probably covers 100% of any car model sold in Finland. I would guess there are then at least 20-30 GT-Rs around. Cheapest one is a 2009 with 75000km at 77000 euros.
I like the car but would choose a 911 for similar money. That 80000e buys a 2009 997.2 basic Carrera for reference.
wouldnt mind a 911 and a trophy wife as long as she has a good personality and sense of humor
Spotted a red 911 GT2RS in my hometown. Very unexpected and awesome.
This guy is so relaxing to watch
GTR is a great car, but from where I live, no other car is ruined more by fan boys.
So Corvette Z06 or ZR1 for me please.
way nicer than the California, for sure.
What's his accent? Irish?
Just saw a Lotus Omega/Carlton.
Holy shit, dream come true.
installed new licenseplate holders. look much better this way without the ugly ass dealership stickers.
Not sure on the exact sub-accent within this, if there is one, but he's from the Merseyside/Liverpool area. Most would say he has a Scouse accent, or is a Scouser. Close ties with Ireland, historically.
The way he says "ingrained winter dirt" at 6:23 is very Scouse.
A genuine classic. Expensive these days.
New M3, or a Lotus Carlton? Tough decision?