#1
car.
So I know it's a while until I start driving but I'm going to start putting cash away for my first car (or at least try to).
Now... I need your opinion.

1971 Land Rover, I think.
(I know it needs some work doing, just pretend it looks mint condition)


or a mini cooper (73 i think)

or any other car you can suggest, if you haven't guessed I like older cars but anything newer would probably be fine
Under a grand would be epic aswell
Tim
#2
for 1400 im getting a limo. Either that or an El Camino.

i dont know about you tho.
#4
Quote by first_aid
for 1400 im getting a limo. Either that or an El Camino.

i dont know about you tho.



Me and you sir play the same sport. I actually am the proud owner of an 1984 El Camino. She rips.
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That's the proof of your incompetence, right there.
You lack the qualifications to exercise free will.
#5
That first one looks so funny. You need one of those grandpa Jenkins horns on it.
#6
Quote by fob12
That first one looks so funny. You need one of those grandpa Jenkins horns on it.

They have some epic storage room, handy for gigging and such
#7
if its ur first car, just try to get sumin with good mpg
since young drivers already have high insurance rates, ur gonna want to sav as much money as you can
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#8
Just get something that runs good.

I'm just happy that I have a car to get around in.
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#9
Haha, I could not look at the rover without laughing. That sh1t be b1tching
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#10
Does anyone have any suggestions?
I don't give a **** if the car's a rust-bucket as long as it's safe
#12
Quote by daeqwon10000
A Toyota Corolla from the 90's. They last for ages.


Yes, Toyota's in general are known for lasting long.

I have a '93 Celica and it's still kickin'.
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#13
I say go for the rover
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#14
Quote by first_aid
for 1400 im getting a limo. Either that or an El Camino.

i dont know about you tho.

Bad idea. Pain in the ASS to park, it would suck for you.
#15
You're a musician, thus you get a Volkswagon Bus. 30 mpg and if you get it old enough you don't have to get smog checks. It's my first (and current) vehicle, and it's awesome. And bitches love it.

Gotta learn stick, though.
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