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      03-28-2005, 06:43 PM   #1
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Red face What previous cars have you owned? Good or Bad?

I'll start. Mine was an '88 Mazda 323. Thing would start to shake at 70mph. As soon as the needle hit 80, the entire vehicle felt like it was going to desintegrate. But the engine never failed me, no leaks, good gas mileage. Sold it and bought a brand new e36 M3 four years later.
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      03-28-2005, 06:50 PM   #2
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I'll start. Mine was an '88 Mazda 323. Thing would start to shake at 70mph. As soon as the needle hit 80, the entire vehicle felt like it was going to desintegrate. But the engine never failed me, no leaks, good gas mileage. Sold it and bought a brand new e36 M3 four years later.


1990 Nissan Sentra (manual). Learned my crazy shifting skills on it The clutch would slip on me whenever I went full throttle. Got awesome gas mileage but felt like it took about 12 seconds to get to 60mph, then another 20 seconds to get to 80 hah. It had wheels/tires on it that looked like it came off a little red wagon. Spun out a few times in it just going at normal speeds in the rain. Good times tho.

Went from a mazda 323 to M3?
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      03-28-2005, 11:21 PM   #3
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Definitely good times. 1997 Eclipse GS-T. Fun first car. Too bad I didn't know too much about boosting turbo back then and the potential this car had. Only after it was sold did I learn about that.

Then:

BMW M-Roadster (S52)
BMW M-Coupe (S52)
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      03-30-2005, 01:57 PM   #4
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Mine was a Vauxhall corsa....Opel Corsa.


Then I got an Audi A3... :rocks:

Soon to have an E90
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      03-30-2005, 06:09 PM   #5
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Dodge Caravan.. best car I've owned to date

then a Jeep Grand Cherokee lardeo

then BMW 323i (e46)

then BMW 325i (e46)

hopefully an M3 (e90) next
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      04-04-2005, 04:42 PM   #6
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1st... Ford Escort XR3i... crashed! (total loss)
2nd... Alfa Romeo 156 1.8TS... crashed (a tram did hit me) (total loss)
3rd... Audi 1.9 TDI S Line... still alive... the best one until now...

4th one will be the e90 320d
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      04-07-2005, 12:07 PM   #7
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Definately Fun Times. My first car was a 92' Eagle Talon non-Turbo. This was a fun car with the manual 5-speed but after a year i traded it in on a 91'Taurus SHO

92' Eagle Talon ES
91' Taurus SHO
97' Contour SVT(traded in)
-------------Got Married w/ Kids---------------
01' Chevy Prism (Wrecked)
01' Chevy Tahoe (traded in)
03' Chevy Suburban Z71 (currently)
? BMW E60 550i or E90 M3
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      04-22-2005, 07:36 AM   #8
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1996 - Chevy Corsica (Piece of $hit College Car)
1998 - e46 328i
2001 - e51 x5
2003 - mini Cooper
2005 - e90 330i
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      04-22-2005, 09:48 AM   #9
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1995 Hoda Civic LX 4 door -the very first car I ever owned
Second 2002 Hoda Accord 4 LX
Third on May 15 2005 E90 BABY!!!
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      04-22-2005, 11:33 AM   #10
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1997 Honda Civic EX...Southern Cali, I thought I was sooo cool...I even put 16's on it which was a big deal..I must have had 7 accidents in the thing, and I only had it for two years...Then I grew up and bought a 1999 Accord, (excellent car) and then I REALLy grew up and bought my 2004 E46 5 months ago..I saw a picture of the E90 6 weeks after I bought the E46, and it will be sold next week...And then...

the E90 and my wife says I HAVE to keep it for at least a year... at least until they make an X5 with 7 seats..life then will be complete!! :rocks: :rocks:
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      04-22-2005, 02:25 PM   #11
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My first car was a 1994 Integra hatchback. I'm still driving it but it will soon be passed on to my brother. I'll have my E90 if all goes well when I get back from Europe at the end of June.

I must say the Integra has been a great car. Even though its auto (yuck, bought it from my cousin who's a girl and was moving on to an X5 herself) and not the GS-R model, its still fun to drive at times and handles fairly well.

Of course the 3 Series is worlds apart but then so are the price tags
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      05-04-2005, 03:59 AM   #12
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Definitely bad... '87 Volvo 340DL 1.4

Thankfully.. things got better after that!
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      05-04-2005, 04:30 AM   #13
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1990 Mitsubishi Galant 2.0i, Metallic Grey. I like Silver/Grey colors...
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      05-04-2005, 04:51 AM   #14
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What previous cars have you owned?

I love driving and motorsport and have probably bought too many cars since passing my test when I was 17. (I'm 32 now).

This is my list. (Some cars may not be obvious, since they were Euro only).

From VW - Audi stable : 2 x VW Golf GTI 16v (mk2) 1 x VW Corrado VR6, 1 x Polo, 1 x Super Beetle, 1 x VW Golf GTI 16v (Mk3), 1 x VW Golf IV, 1 x Audi/Porsche RS2.
From Subaru : 1 x Subaru Impreza WRX Turbo.
From Porsche : 1 x 3.2 911.
From Saab Scania : 2 x 900 Turbo 16v, 1 x 9000 2.3 Turbo
From GM / Saab : 1 x 9-3 S, 1 x 900 2.3 SE
From GM / Opel / Vauxhall : 1 x Astra Wagon, 1 x Vectra
From Peugeot : 1 x 205 D, 1 x 205 GTI 1.9
From Mazda : 1 x 323
From MG : 1 x MG/F
From Volvo : 1 x 340
From Fiat / Alfa Romeo : 1 x 2.0 Turbo 6 GTV


There are four absolute stand-out cars.

The Audi/Porsche RS2
The 911
The VW Corrado VR6
The Saab 900 Turbo 16 S

I've not got a picture of my Corrado handy, but the others :

The Audi/Porsche RS2 (This was Audi's answer to the BMW E36 M3.. never sold in the USA, the shells and interiors were transported to Porsche, where Porsche built these on the old 959 production line. They received a Porsche build number, porsche brakes, porsche colour, porsche mirrors, porsche lights, Porsche designed bumpers, porsche wheels, porsche specified suspension, uprated exhaust system, porsche designed engine upgrades (including different intercooler, turbo, intake, intake manifold, exhaust cams, software etc,) Porsche ABS system etc etc). The RS2 has 315HP and 410NM as standard deployed through Audi's Quattro system. They were built from 1994 to 1996. Only 2200 of them were made and they were never exported to the USA.







More pictures of mine here : http://homepage.mac.com/markcanderso...toAlbum49.html

Here is an old Performance Car review of the RS2 (4.8 0-60!) http://homepage.mac.com/markcanderson/RS2-PerfCar.PDF

My 911 is a honey :




More pictures here :

http://homepage.mac.com/markcanderso...oldporsche.htm

The Saab was a lot of fun!





More here : http://homepage.mac.com/markcanderso...toAlbum44.html

Looking forwards to seeing yours!

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      05-04-2005, 07:54 AM   #15
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My Old Baby

Here is the cardomain site for my old car. I loved it, it was only 2 yrs old but I had to move up to bigger better things.

This will be my first BMW. I am going to try to hook it up like the Corolla. Hopefully everything works out!!!


http://www.cardomain.com/memberpage/443686
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Here is the cardomain site for my old car. I loved it, it was only 2 yrs old but I had to move up to bigger better things.

This will be my first BMW. I am going to try to hook it up like the Corolla. Hopefully everything works out!!!


http://www.cardomain.com/memberpage/443686
Man! You got that Corolla lookin' like a Benz! Are you going to trade it in or sell it? Are you buying from Rhein Sales?
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      05-04-2005, 10:44 AM   #17
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      05-04-2005, 01:02 PM   #18
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I must be older than most of you guys

1975 MG Midget -- 1st car (bought used)
1982 Mazda RX7 -- college car (bought used)
1992 Nissan NX2000 -- I thought 0-60 in 6.9 was quick back then
1994 Mazda MX6 -- my wannabe Lexus SC
2000 BMW 528i -- sold
2001 Boxster S -- sold
2002 Civic EX coupe -- current commuter car/beater
2004 Corvette Z06 -- track car/kickazz car

4th on "the list" for the E90 M3.... it's a long time to wait so we'll see...
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      05-04-2005, 03:00 PM   #20
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Can I just say Hans, that the 'vette looks enormous fun at the track Fantastic!
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Can I just say Hans, that the 'vette looks enormous fun at the track Fantastic!
Yeah, I love the V8 power! The engine really roars too. I saw your track pics and had to post mine. You've had quite a nice collection!

Cheers.
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I drove quite a lot different cars B4, here is the history....

1990 Mitsubishi Galant 2.0i GTi Manual
1991 Mazda 30X 1.8 V6 Auto
1992 Mazda 121 Cabrio Auto
1994 BMW E36 318i Auto
1994 VW Golf III 2.8 VR6 2-doors Manual
1995 VW Golf III Cabrio 2.0L
1995 VW Golf III 2.8 VR6 4-doors Auto
1997 Audi A4 1.8T Auto (Tiptronic)
1999 BMW E46 318i Auto
2000 Porsche Boxster 2.7 Auto (Tiptronic)
2002 Mercedes A190L Auto
2002 Audi A4 1.8T Avant Auto (Multitronic)
2002 Porsche 996 C4 Tiptronic
2003 BMW Mini Cooper S Manual
2004 Toyota Alphard 3.0 G-version
2004 Honda Fit 1.5 Auto
2005 .... awaiting for my new BMW 330i Arctic
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