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If you live in the US, this chart is your best place to start looking. International posters outside the US may have region specific options not shown here!
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Need a VIN checked? Search the catalog (https://boards.4chan.org/o/catalog) for an existing VIN check thread before making your own.

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Still cant decide between the

>New 883 and 1200 irons (pic related, the offer)
>Or a used 2018 883 iron with 700 miles for like $7.5K to $8.5K (because Im shipping it, its like 16 hours away)
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>>21529892
Projecting much, dicklet?
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>>21529681
You obviously have not met German government employees. Good gig though because they're open Monday to sometimes Friday from 8am to 3pm, with an hour and a half lunch. Fucking lazy Germans.

Looks like I'm getting the 1200. Me and the seller dude got bogged down by the stupid European bureaucracy, even with dealing with other superior Americans, Europe finds a way to fuck it up

>>21529854
You're really talking this kind of shit, you fucking beaner? I actually live in this piece of shit place so I can see wtf is going on. You on the other hand is meme-ing

Pic related: never forget. Deuces, you broken condoms.
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>>21528077
>your insurance thinks you have an 883 (which you do, on paper)
It's all fun and games until your claim in denied for fraud.
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>>21529863
tfw operate huge mining machinery and still act like an incel fork lift operator
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>>21530302
dilate

*park next to u*
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>>21523811
I'm glad that worked
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>>21523020
I give assholes like you flat tires
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>>21523009
Tesla plant - Fremont, CA on any given day.

a complete cluster.
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>>21530404
Do you "park" with the brake off so you can at least push your car out in these situations?

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https://www.insurancejournal.com/news/national/2019/10/23/546294.htm

TL;DR Doors wouldn't open when 1st responders came to the crash because they are software-controlled so this man burned alive in his Tesla hell.

[pic generic from GuugL]
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Yo Musk, give me free insulin for life or I'll keep revealing to the public how dangerous it is to be sitting on top of 600kg+ of Li-ion batteries at high speed.

Also, lol, the power is made BY BURNING GAS OR COAL in a plant miles away, then sending it, with energy losses every fucking wire post from corona discharge. How is it better to use that to power a 4,600 lb car than for me to just burn fuel right inside of my 2,300 Mazda's 1.8L????

Checkmate, Musk! Please lobby to congress to give free insulin to type-1 diabetics in stead of funneling money to your dumb ass.
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>>21530170
You obviously slowed down significantly before hitting the tree because if you had hit the tree at 130 mph you would be dead. In the case of that retarded kid I remember Tesla’s legal team released information about the crash which is why people have 116 mph figure. But it also said that the car didn’t slowdown much from leaving the road and hitting the concrete wall so the impact was still at like 90 mph
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>>21530362
B-b-but m-my green f-future! Greta said this was the way!!
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>>21529245
Is it on Copart yet?
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>>21530206
Those are all valid arguments.

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Lets GO BOYS
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>>21528608
I tracked a 135i a lot. When did you realize it’s a fat pig? For me it was 2 years
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>>21529041
>>21529055


K-k-k-kINO
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>>21528608
Hi
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>>21519252
What is BMW owners policy on Mercedes-Benz?
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>>21530394
many of them are very nice, but i personally prefect BMWs, although i understand getting a benz. Except the W210, that thing is fucking ugly as sin

Name an uglier car
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>>21527878
At least post one without ugly plastic bumpers
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>>21528793
Pure sex
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>>21527878
And an LS Swap would actually be appropriate.
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>>21528953
Not true. They'd sell if they actually had decent fuel efficiency.
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Gimmie your car financing horror stories
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>>21529480
I need to sell cars.
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>>21529720

We do but the max rate is usually around 25%. 21.5% is what most retail stores charge if you don't pay it all off within two years, credit cards can get up to about 40%. Banks can charge whatever for their loans and can go up to 50% which is how the subprime crisis happened.

What exactly are you expecting here? It's not free money, and everyone applying for credit should CLOSELY read the terms&conditions of the credit line before giving it their signature. This is how the housing crisis happened because people signed all those subprime loans not realizing it was an adjustable rate (mortgages are otherwise fixed rate unless you miss payments) and then got totally underwater when banks started raising rates to cover other customers' defaults.

Again it's all about reading the TOS of the credit line, whether it's a card, mortgage or signature loan, BEFORE you sign. This is especially true with new cars since they loose half their value once they're driven off the lot.
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>>21529480
>VolksWagen
>A Fucking Tiguan

Jesus Christ It won't make it past 50K without blowing something up. and it's gonna be worth next to nothing in 5 years.
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>>21529480

Every Month that Car us gonna loose at least $800 in value while he pays $1,000
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>>21529480
>his car payment is almost my mortgage
>for a tiguan
holy fug

What is o's opinion on Wangan Midnight?
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Larger variety of cars than initial D
Extremely forgettable characters. I dont even remember main character's name
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Cartoons are for children.
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>>21530396
i agree. some characters are featured in 1 to 3 episodes and then you never see them again
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>>21530373
Had a good foundation for a plot, but the execution was weak when all they did was talk instead of race, and each race ended randomly or abruptly for more people to talk. It should have been a lot more action packed and they needed to pick either full on paranormal, or go further into detail as to why there were so many mysterious actions from the car, coincidences of the drivers, and the overall obsession with the vehicle itself. I'd also liked to have seen just generally more meaning behind each "scene" that really had nothing going on. Like, literally telling the story from the model's perspective would have saved that story vs telling it from the driver's perspective, only to never see him do anything other than work on the car, drive the car, and get bitched at by his friends.
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>>21530402
>the original looney toons were geared towards adults
>most cartoons started out as entertainment for upper class adults
>most cartoons had a message for politics, sales, or comedy for adults
Try again, retard.

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Normalfags have dream cars but true /o/tists have dream shitboxes. Post yours.
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Used to be common when I was young, absolutely uncommon in my area today. On the rare occasion that one does pop up it's always on a weekend when I can't pull money out and the car is sold before Monday.
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>>21530384
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It's super weird and obscure but I want it
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What is a good crossover for my wife? I am thinking either Honda CRV or Toyota RAV4, but not sure. Any suggestions would be great.
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>>21530099
Nothing less than a Ford Explorer ST.
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>>21530262
It's a piece of shit
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ngl I want the 40mpg rav4 hybrid
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>>21530298
>Consumer Reports
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Though this would likely be very difficult, f you can convince her to get an older shitbox, the generation 1 (1997-2001) CR-V is pretty based for a crossover. If older cars are not an option, the more modern RAV4 might be a better option. The CR-Vs started to get crap after the first generation.

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Fiesta ST or a BRZ? Functionality or aesthetics? People tell me Ford fucking hates people repairing their own vehicles and makes it as painful as possible but I've never actually owned one before. BRZs are underwhelming but I'm assuming Toyota made them well and didn't design shit back asswards to fuck with anyone outside the dealership.
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>>21529148
Watch a youtube video and practice. Its piss easy.
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>>21529693
Toyobaru is great fun. At least drive it yourself before chosing.
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do i get the Toyota Corolla or the Honda Civic?
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>>21530158
Depends on the year. If pre 2000 or 2001 then definitely a civic. Otherwise just preference.

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Still in the shop editon

>Motorcycle Shitposting & Brand Shilling
>Motorcycle Questions & Answers
>Motorcycle Tips & Tricks
>Motorcycle Gear & Accessories
>Motorcycle Pics & Webms
>Motorcycle Chicken Strip Support Group
>Motorcycle Rider Singles Dating Advice
>Motorcycle and Whisky Pairing Advice

Make Frens!:
(New map! Email dbtmap3@gmail.com with pic of bike (hosted) and location to be added):
>https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?hl=en&mid=1oTvWWrLIUa0wWsds9QQdGmsYzFVYnyxs&ll=10.205727254849933%2C0&z=2


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>be American
>still say Zed X when talking about the Kawi motorcycles
Too many british and south african presenters on youtube when I first got into bikes. I feel like such a tryhard weirdo when I say it out loud by mistake.

>>21530352
Y tus tienen un monton de judios en esa ciudad tambien, hai oido.

>>21530360
Taquitos are based, maybe the best thing to come out of Mexico.
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101lb/ft @ 8500rpm
vs
90lb/ft @ 11500rpm

Ducatistas getting BTFO on the street
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>>21529651
but the ugly ass monster-fag tier green ruins it
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>>21530360
Ahuevo, carnal. Pinche quincena quiero que ya llegue para lanzarme por unos.
>>21530369
Mostly in a specific part of the city (Polanco). That hasn't ever bothered me, some dont even have ridiculous control over businesses like in america.
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>>21530397
>reply to a spanish reply in english
I miss speaking the language (poorly) since my grandparents died.
I used to work in construction in NY, and Mexican jews were surprisingly common in bigger projects, alongside the normal jews. No escaping Jewish influence in that city.
Tell me taco friend, for real, if I took a motorcycle trip down to Mexico would I get carteled? Or if I just stick to touristy areas will it be fine?

I can’t afford my dream car...

>Who’s with me?
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>>21530091
What car?
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>>21530272
>kia
lmao
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My dream car is Daihatsu Hijet, so i'm not with you OP.
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>>21528112
That's a cozy diorama anon.
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>>21530363
I want a 300SL but settled on a DeLorean.

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-536 HP
-0-60: 3.8 seconds
-top speed: 124 mph
-110-kWh battery pack
-range: 300 miles based on the WLTP cycle
-fast charging: 150 kW
-Gullwing Doors
-Release date: 2030

Based or not?
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>>21529988
Again, do you need help explaining what a concept car means? Because I don't think you understand what it means...
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>>21529735
How do they always fuck up the front end? Not sure why they have to go all iRobot but I guess at least you can plow snow to help with payments...
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>>21529952
Swastika rims?
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Hot mess
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>>21529735
>536 HP
>top speed-124mph

wtf?

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Post fastest , best looking or the most interesting compact cars.
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The metamorphosis of the Delta from square-cut Italian Golf rival to WRC giant-slayer is a significant part of the mythology. In an era when rallying was a bigger draw than F1, Lancia was box-office gold. The Delta was a decade old when the Integrale 16V debuted at the ’89 Geneva motor show, then won its first competitive outing in the San Remo Rally. Homologation required a run of road versions. Although underendowed by today’s standards, 212bhp was plenty to hustle this head-butt on wheels along a B-road, aided by a Torsen diff. The Momo wheel and Alcantara-trimmed Recaros helped enliven an interior that was a Seventies time-warp even by 1993. As you’d expect, everything that can wear – suspension bushes, brake pads and discs, cam-belt – will need attention. Evo 2 values have rocketed: £40–60k is the current ballpark, though we found an Edizione Finale with 15k miles for £114,995.

Price now: £40,000-£115,000
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This unique 1960 Austin-Healey Sprite was built by Robert Ajdén from Sweden. The sports car is powered by a 2.0 L Fiat Twin Cam inline-four from a Fiat 132. He upgraded the engine with forged pistons and rods, Greddy turbocharger, Volvo 740 oil filter and radiator, and Scania truck intercooler. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a Fiat 124 Sport five-speed manual with a Tilton twin-disc clutch connected to a Ford Scorpio differential, axles, and hubs. The car rides on a reinforced chassis with a custom double A-arm front and rear suspension with Avo coilovers and Volvo 240 Turbo front brakes and Ford Scorpio rear brakes. Robert reduced the project’s weight using a fiberglass front, carbon fiber splitter, doors, and dashboard, and aluminum floors. All told the car uses parts from 11 different automotive companies and 18 different models.
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>>21511095
nice engine donor


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