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I dont drive but i absolutely lovee car restorations! I watch them on youtube all the time ^.^
Subaru stands for one thing:Yup. Started out with an old school 1987 turbo Subaru wagon. That rusted out so got a dual-range Forester. That got written off, so got a Suzuki Vitara which I modded for 4wding. That also got written off so got a JDM Nissan Terrano (Import R50 Pathfinder) with the QD32 diesel and Attesa dual-range 4wd system. Great truck.
And this week I'm going to look at another 87 Subaru touring wagon, just can't stay away from my old subies haha
I like both equally More into Drag Racing and 60's a70's muscle cars. curved track racing gets a little boring to me after the first hour or so. And, I just don't see anything in those itty bitty foreign jobs. To me they are like an an annoying barking chihuahua.Not saying that there isn't some overlap, but I think most "car people" actually fall into two subgroups: "Car" people, and "car RACING" people. Car people like to wax their paint jobs; car racing people like to wax the field.
I definitely fall into more of the racing fold. I drive a boring, stock 4-cyl econobox. Which is fine, because its utilitarian purpose is to get me to work during the week, and to the races on the weekend.
Wouldn't he also think someone must've been on something while they were decorating their car as well? But to me, hippie cars, vans, buses, etc. would probably make more people happy these days. The world gets bad as it is and will continue to twist whichever way it goes.Strangely painted car is a good motive for random cop to stop it and realize all kind of molestation in his "rutinary" control.
I think there's more sub-groups;Not saying that there isn't some overlap, but I think most "car people" actually fall into two subgroups: "Car" people, and "car RACING" people. Car people like to wax their paint jobs; car racing people like to wax the field.
Oh god no. Sorry I can't stand Mike Brewer, and it's one of many car shows where they fudge stuff massively for TV.It's a show where this guy buys a car then a mechanic repairs it and then they sell it for a profit its from the UK.