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"Supply and demand and efficiencies of scale. If they're made in small batches or on demand the cost increases significantly given the labor required. Unless you want more Filipino prison manufactured CF parts."

Did they make cf parts? I missed out!

Man I still cant believe the lip on my R was amongst all of that :(

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IHOP and I don't agree. Even with a short stack. I've only been to one without issue an that was in southern Cali. Also the only place I've been to a Denny's that didn't suck.

Anything from a diner/family type restaurant is in one end out the other in a matter of a couple hours. That shit does not stay in me long....literally.

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Chris mentioned getting one. I'm toying with importing one as soon as a friend makes his way back to Japan. I need someone who can actually see and drive the car and who will know WTF they're talking about.

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Too expensive. I browse the Okinawa military car forums. GTS-T's are practically given away. Some are literally given away. My cousin knows a few people there, that will probably be the way I do it if I end deciding on it. 1-2k for the car, a couple grand to ship and then all the bs fee's when it's landed.

None are truly legal yet since they were not built until the end of 89'.

I would always be looking out my window if I had "state" legal car. Those cars are just ticking down until someone from a 3 letter agency comes knocking.

I know of 3 Skylines around Athens that have 240SX vin's.

If not's an antique and doesn't have these, stay away.

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Oh by the way................... Kevin........................... Happy international women's day!!

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Tach where the tail light should be, also upside-down spoiler disguised as a diffuser. Da fuk.

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Still looks better than this:

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I dodge my share of tickets in that town and many like it along that same road (Lawdy, etc...) when I lived in Gainesville. As far as I'm concerned, they could burn down tomorrow, along with their tickets for going as little as 2 mph over the speed limit, I wouldn't shed a tear.

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Still looks better than this:

IDK about that, the onix is a badass little car :P

(no it's not)

To be fair it's a decent little A to B commuter that gets over 35mpg on E100, especially since I drive around 120 miles every day.

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I thought this was an early April Fool's Day joke but apparently it's for real. Is this like training wheels for riders until they figure out how to sit properly on the saddle?

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http://www.bikerumor.com/2014/02/21/found-essax-shark-saddle-fins-its-way-between-your-sit-bones/

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