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 Post subject: OK so who owns a white 240K?
PostPosted: Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:06 am 
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Looks like the streets of Dubai

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The streets of Dubai...


Where the Skylines go to die...


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What a complete asshole. Go to a track to pull that bullshit. The public streets are no place to do something like that, especially in the middle of the god damn intersection in your classic car. You could have hit someone, gotten hit, or fucked your nice Skyline. Thanks Ritchie Rich.

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What a complete asshole. Go to a track to pull that bullshit. The public streets are no place to do something like that, especially in the middle of the god damn intersection in your classic car. You could have hit someone, gotten hit, or fucked your nice Skyline. Thanks Ritchie Rich.


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I laughed about how the Toyota Camry became the popular "drift car" there.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 10, 2010 10:23 am 
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This is in Kuwait, unfortunately, this sub-culture of drifting - if you want to call that - has existed since the 70's - so its probably this kid's father used to do the same thing back in the day
Why do they do it in the street??
1. They are for sure recless however,
2- Kuwait has lacked a track, for drifting or racing, for over 10 years now or
Even longer

There Are those types and the collector types as well. I hope you don't put us in the Skyline killer category

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I was beginning to wonder if that idiot was going to have any tires left by the time he got where he was going... :td:

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BoNouf wrote:
This is in Kuwait, unfortunately, this sub-culture of drifting - if you want to call that - has existed since the 70's - so its probably this kid's father used to do the same thing back in the day
Why do they do it in the street??
1. They are for sure recless however,
2- Kuwait has lacked a track, for drifting or racing, for over 10 years now or
Even longer

There Are those types and the collector types as well. I hope you don't put us in the Skyline killer category

Thanks


Hey out of interest, what are used car prices like over there, and also, what is the price of JNCs like. Is that why people treat cars badly? Because they are cheap?


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 14, 2010 1:40 pm 
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@ tristanh : depends on the car. The ones drifted like that are really banged up, not lean at all. With chasis hits and weldings everywhere. The clean ones are not cheap at all but it's pretty narrow here: skylines, Zeds and some toyotas are popular the rest, if you find them are reasonable.


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Looks like fun; I wish I could ignore social norms. I approve of this on the basis of a regional tradition. Examples including moonshining stills in the south, ice fishing in the north, swimming across the english channel and the French assuming that they are more romantic than everyone else. Heroes one and all!


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I approve of this on the basis of a regional tradition. Examples including moonshining stills in the south, ice fishing in the north, swimming across the english channel and the French assuming that they are more romantic than everyone else. Heroes one and all!


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moonshining stills in the south

We do love some 'shine

and revenuers suck...

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