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  1. #161
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    that license plate is awful!

    oldschool > everything else

  2. #162
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    aye, shame on Germany.
    But ya can get an Import size plate, and that's what I'll be doing.


    I'll keep the rims for use in the winter and get myself a set of K?nig Rewind Graphites for summer:

    Does anyone know where i can get RS Watanabe center caps?
    I'll also be getting some JDM sidelights with indicators, dont like that black EU look, neither do i like that separate side indicator.
    Also add a Momo steering wheel, some wider black wheel arches, black foil for the sides for the "panda" look and a nice muffler.
    That'll be done once I fix the rustyness and get it through the german T?V and Emissionstests.

    "No German-registered road vehicle may be operated on public roads without a certificate from the T?Vs or DEKRA, one of their competitors, or - since a couple of years - also independent inspectors may grant this certification.

    In most cases the certificate has to be renewed after two years. A pass of the mandatory roadworthiness and smog test is indicated by tamper-proof decals on the license plate.

    The T?V or DEKRA are also responsible for administering the theoretical and practical driver's license tests. These two associations also issue driver's licenses once the application has been submitted at the city/county government level by the local Strassenverkehrsbeh?rde aka F?hrerscheinstelle and both tests have been passed. Most vehicle modifications also need to be approved, from installing tires of a different size to materials used in nuts and bolts. The German safety guidelines are among the strictest in the world, and getting a road permit for thoroughly customized vehicles is said to border on the impossible."

    Source: Wiki
    Last edited by Don-Omelette; 02-19-2009 at 08:02 AM.

  3. #163
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don-Omelette View Post
    I'll keep the rims for use in the winter and get myself a set of K?nig Rewind Graphites for summer:
    The Ronal Turbos you have are WAY cooler than Rewinds. Seriously.

    - J
    FWD. Automatic. French. WTF.

  4. #164
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    The Ronal Turbos you have are WAY cooler than Rewinds. Seriously.

    - J
    Waaaay cooler.

  5. #165
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    Last edited by rywats; 02-25-2009 at 08:24 PM.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rastaracer View Post
    Ah yes, the elusive Mr. Watson returns to the old school Toyota forum...with a Datsun.

  6. #166
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    thats a pretty nice SR5

    1991 Tercel 4A-GEsmallport RIP 09/02/2011 - - 1993 Supra.
    05 IS300 Daily

  7. #167
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    Thanks!

    Engine is toast, so its awaiting a GTS swap.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rastaracer View Post
    Ah yes, the elusive Mr. Watson returns to the old school Toyota forum...with a Datsun.

  8. #168
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    ^^^ i like your corolla as well!

    Here's my three:

    summer car (1985 Nissan s12 sr+ lots):


    dd (1992 paseo 4efte+ lots):


    project car (1983 starlet 20v):

    (^photochop^)

  9. #169
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    Ive got a few yotas....not realy picture worthy yet. Only thing worth showing is my z, not a toyota but fun regardless...

    dont realy do the picture thing but got a few vids....


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbmoi...e=channel_page


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jpXv...e=channel_page

    Other cars are 1972 Te27 Sr5, a **** box cressy and a te72 im building up

  10. #170
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    The z car looks mean! Borg, you have a '72 5 -speed? Did you add sr5 stuff to it? I ask because toyota never released an sr5 until late '73.


    Or you could have said "sorry, my kidnap victims keep kicking my elbow, it made me drop my crack pipe and swerve"

    -bangnscrape

  11. #171
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    car is a 73 your right, I have alot of cars forgive me, it has the earlier style grill with the slits tho.....and a 3tg....13x8 13x9 advan a3a's in red....ive allways wanted to know if its a true sr5

  12. #172
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    wow! that Z is sick! what engine is in there? it sounds awesome! i want to see some pictures.

    oldschool > everything else

  13. #173
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    its got a built L28 gt35r bunch of other crap..I basily replaced everything on the car since I got it 5 years ago....not doing pictures untill its at a point that I think im done with it....there is still a few things that need to go on the car...Id like to have it ready for the all japanese classic car show at spanish banks this year...hopefully be there with my buddies RX3 I built....mabe bring my mango there again as well

  14. #174
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    My DD



  15. #175
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    how come?

    my winterized dd
    1985 Coupe- broke
    1990 TSi AWD-sold
    1991 Tercel-daily
    1992 Paseo- blown up

  16. #176
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    lol trev howd you put that in the ditch?

  17. #177
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeetS View Post
    lol trev howd you put that in the ditch?
    2nd'

  18. #178
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    From hero to zero in one bad drift. This is an example of why you need a drift button on your e-brake. By the time you hold the button in to let the e-brake all the way back down, it's too late to get your hand back up to the steering wheel and it only has to be an inch or two out of position to f up your day. At least I didn't curb it

  19. #179
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    using ur ebrake ftl trevor. when did that happen?
    simply pointing out stupid

  20. #180
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    My corolla ended up ditched aswell. Toobad mine was full of water, and not lovely little grassy bunnys.

    1986 Corolla GT-S hatch

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