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Will the liftback coupe ever make a comeback?
Seems like every manufacturer killed them off about 5 years ago.
Out of every car I have ever driven I have honestly enjoyed the liftbacks the most, the coupe styling with the ability to fold the back seats out if needed.
Is there anything like the liftback Celica, Supra, 180/240SX, Integra, etc... on the market or on the horizon?
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why do people seem to respect hellaflush more than donks? they are slightly different versions of the same thing
>donks usually american, hellaflush usually japanese
>they both only care about wheels, or put very heavy emphasis on it
>donks fit largest diameter wheels possible, hellaflush fits widest wheels possible
>donks blow up differentials/transmissions, hellaflush blow up everything on the bottom of the car
>donks look like shit, hellaflush looks like shit
>neither can handle or go fast at all
so why do people put up with this hellaflush bullshit but make fun of donks?
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Low on money and need a car. Not likely to end up with more than 2k by the time in going to buy. Here's my thinking on how to buy and I wanted a little feedback on it.
A 1500 dorra early 90s civic will be around 200k miles and will have had the ever-loving shit kicked out of it by some beaner or middle aged woman with no interest in keeping their car above the barely running level. Parts will be relatively cheap assuming it doesn't need a rebuild which I won't have the money for.
A 1500 dorra early 90s e30 or e34 (I don't know my bimmers too well, so bear with me) may not be in the best condition in the world, but if its from a nicer area with more well to do owners than aforementioned wetback and grocery store clerks, you can be safe to assume that its been relatively well taken care of. Parts will cost more but not as much as a 5 or 7 series, and I will be inclined to do more to take care of it instead of running it into the ground like the civic.
Thereby, it would be a better purchase (assuming I don't get a lemon and do my research) to go for the bimmer than civic if I want to have the car last me a while.
Similarly priced older bimmer and newer loljdmmobile, bimmer is the better potential buy, yes no?