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THIS BLOG ENCOURAGES RESPONSIBLE SUSPENSION SETUP PRACTICES. DROP PANTIES NOT CARS
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Cars by country:
Cars by manufacturer:
Alfa Romeo. Audi. Austin. Bristol. BMW. Citroen. Daihatsu. Ferrari. Fiat. Ford. Honda. Jaguar. Lancia. Maserati. Mazda. Mercedes-Benz. Nissan. Opel. Peugeot. Porsche. Renault. SAAB. Talbot. Toyota. TVR. Vauxhall. Volkswagen. Volvo.
NB: Ford of Europe cars appear under the 'UK' tag, whereas Ford of America cars appear under 'USA'.
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i love you guys so much seriously you make running this blog such a pleasure ugh so many hugs for all of you
entanglementfiber asked: Heyyy you need more picture of the mercedes cars from the 80s. The 300d and 123 cassis model are so cool and totally 80s!
coming up bro
german evening perhaps? let’s do it
This is genuinely really exciting, I’ve never actually been to a proper matsuri before. Now just to find some kind of car meet to go to while I’m out there…
The one car thing I can definitely recommend if you’re in the Kanto/Tokyo area is the Toyota Megaweb exhibition in Odaiba. Fantastic selection of old and new cars and they even have a test track where you can drive any current Toyota model.
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holy shit i’ve just been invited to the yasukuni shrine mitama festival by one of my japanese friends
stoked doesn’t even begin to cover it omfg gonna get my yukata going
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and for the Audi A7 for having one and therefore being the diamond in the dull cesspit that is the Audi range
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For example this Iron Mask Skyline that I snapped near Shonandai in 2008, there’s stuff like this everywhere. In the car park of the karaoke place down the road there was a Legacy B4 RSK and R34 GT-R parked back to back.
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