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Going to inspect a car tomorrow or the next day. It's a 1991 Camry with 171000km on the clock, engine in perfect condition etc. no leaks or anything, car in good nick. It's got long registration on it too.
Only issue is rust. There is:
>A pea sized piece of rust on the driver side window
>1-2 inches of rust on the passenger side wheel arch
Both are reported to be flaky, like proper rust.
How much would it cost to get these fixed? How likely is it that this rust would have spread? The car is stored coastally. Should I just avoid it entirely?
Asking price $2300, which is reasonably fair where I am. Rust is only issue.
Also, was there ever a 1.6L 4 cyl Camry? They were the specs I was told, but apparently in 1991 they were 2.0L engines.
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Do you guys ever miss your past cars?
I had to sell my MR2 because of previous owner molestation causing it to break down ALL THE TIME!
One day, on a rainy day, I guess enough water got through some where to finally short out the gutted ass wiring harness, and fried the ecu and a bunch of peripherals.
I sold it to someone with a really good condition, non-molested N/A SW20.
Now I drive a Nissan Hardbody, but it's just not the same...
I loved pulling up in my MR2. I loved everything. My wheels, my exhaust note (sounded like a small diesel lol), my stance. T-T hold me
tell me about your cars that have come and gone and you wish they didn't.
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Alright JDM fags, this needs to stop. Your 1999 EM1 Civic is not JDM.
The term is, "Japenese Domestic Market."
Japanese. DOMESTIC. MARKET.
If it wasn't sold on a Japanese lot straight after manufacturing, it's not JDM. If you don't have a shipping receipt or import papers for your car, it's not JDM. It'd be the same thing with with a Mustang in the UK. Even though the car was built and shipped to America, it was sold first on the UK's domestic market, making it UKDM.
An Pontiac G8, built in Australia? No, not AUSDM, it's USDM because it was first sold on the United State's domestic market.
Pic very related, a JDM Honda CRX that was shipped from Japan by a soldier who was stationed there.