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    I can only think of Haval...

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    GorGasm wrote:
    I can only think of Haval...
    Nah not Haval. This was just a single solid 'H', but inside the lines of the H was a a curly, lacy design, on a white background.

    You can't really see it in the vid, but i recall it at the time;
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wboT4ASwo

    (shaky vid is shaky because it's just my phone with a dashcam app, won't seem to embed)

    I won't be ruining someone's day today if i can't figure out who it was

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    Tbh looks like a late model Honda Stream

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    HandofBlood wrote:
    Tbh looks like a late model Honda Stream
    Not sure if serious.



    Unfortunately your best bet might be to google side-on pics of late model vans till you find it. My first thought was LDV, from the video, for what little that's worth.

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    Nope Im just looking at the wrong vehicle at the wrong red light.

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    Ah yep. I watched the whole thing this morning without spotting the driver in question at all.

    You can actually trim the video using Youtube's editing function. It's clunky, but if you have a decent connection, it's quicker and easier than editing and reencoding the clip before uploading.

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    Not sure if i've explained it well, but the H was a company logo, on the passenger side door (not the vehicle manufacturer logo). It's really hard to see in the vid, but i recall it at the time. I think i've seen the logo before, but no idea what company it is.

    I want to send the company the link to my video and say "Look at this dangerous prick!". I just don't get how people think that running red lights and that kind of thing in a signwritten company vehicle is a good thing, especially with the prevalence of dashcams these days.

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    Thoughts on Toyota caldina GTT's?

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    Most likely old, thrashed and rooted. Otherwise pretty cool.

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    Good at cracking manifolds

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    NOMIS wrote:
    Thoughts on Toyota caldina GTT's?
    I'd never own one again this as for sure.

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    Looking at buying a manual turbo car this year for around 10k. Have been looking online at few cars like the Mazda 6 MPS, Subaru Impreza and Legacy. My choice of cars are rather limited and I think the Colt Ralliart Version R would be a good car to fit those requirements. Any thoughts on the Ralliart or other cars I should look at?

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    So, my letter of dissatisfaction over the tyre eating car got me a (somewhat unexpected) full refund on the tyres.

    Unsure if this means free tyres for life if they continue to wear out this quickly, because it does kinda set a precedent.

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    ChizzBo wrote:
    Looking at buying a manual turbo car this year for around 10k. Have been looking online at few cars like the Mazda 6 MPS, Subaru Impreza and Legacy. My choice of cars are rather limited and I think the Colt Ralliart Version R would be a good car to fit those requirements. Any thoughts on the Ralliart or other cars I should look at?
    R33 GTS25t in white is probably your best way forward

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    Pandaemonaeon wrote:
    R33 GTS25t in white is probably your best way forward
    Cheers. Oh I forgot to mention it must be silver.

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    ChizzBo wrote:
    Looking at buying a manual turbo car this year for around 10k. Have been looking online at few cars like the Mazda 6 MPS, Subaru Impreza and Legacy. My choice of cars are rather limited and I think the Colt Ralliart Version R would be a good car to fit those requirements. Any thoughts on the Ralliart or other cars I should look at?
    Those colts are quite a bit of fun.

    I would think the 6MPS is the best bang for buck – the 3MPS is a fun car and you can remap that engine (in both cars) to run close to 300hp as well.

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    The colts are very reliable and fun to drive. Unlike the Mazdas you can drive the colts hard, have a lot of fun, but still be within the speed limits.

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    Test drove a c32 amg today as looking to trade my car for something nicer when funds come in. Boy that's a lot of car, pretty damn fast

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    I test drove the Hyundai i30N the other weekend – what a fun car. Felt better and more engaging than the Ford Focus RS. Seriously tempted to grab one, but I may wait to see if the Veloster N is coming to NZ or even the i30N fastback.

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    the i30N fastback looks like a better Civic

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    ludez wrote:
    Test drove a c32 amg..... .... Boy that's a lot of Unreliability and expensive parts
    .

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    Triple_S wrote:
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    Yeah for sure. Had a check engine light on after i turned it off and it's a Japan import also. No way I'd be buying that

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    Ahh that era AMG isn't too bad. At least go the C55 though, or the E55 if you want to put hairs on your chest.

    $12.5k for 470HP and 700NM is crazy.
    https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/use...188ce797bc3234

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    This is a real shame. It's such an awesome collection.


    https://gosfordclassiccars.com.au/closed/

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    Galent wrote:
    This is a real shame. It's such an awesome collection.

    https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/ne...1aaede11e1756d
    Have to subscribe to that?