Import duties, and other stuff takes up 160%, then local taxes can take up as much as 50%, depending on where you register the vehicle. So yeah, 200% is the approx figure.
I guess this limo showed up at the Culver City car show earlier this year.
Here in India you can barely cross 50kph unless you're on a highway. 100kph ? Only on a freeway. As a result, more than 80% of the cars sold have manual transmission. Auto trannys are only found in upper level sedans and luxury cars. Heck you even need to show how to shift gears to pass the driving test !
I know, right ? Go learn sarcasm.
I meant the car is shopped into the picture.
What's with the dual plates ? HK car taken to Mainland China ?
Need I say MORE ?
Roll 6, hit jackpot, crash your car and then ride pillion on another car !
Yep, Matchbox for me too ! Hate how HotWheels ruins nice cars with weird paintjobs and tampos !
Yes the plate is shopped. Look at the rear diffuser and you will realise the car itself is shopped !
I always found late 90s to current Matchbox better. Firstly, realistic wheels and paintjobs. Hotwheels makes nice cars but ruins them with wacky paintjobs and tampos. Heck, even if they leave a car in a single paint shade, they end up ruining it with the rims. I collect both, but Matchbox over HW anyday for me. Not…
The pickup was just a troll, so no E9* number for it. Just search for E92 or E93 M3 pickup and you'll find it.
Some more pics that I found -
One-off Ur Roadtser
I see. So the place from where Audi got a name for its shade of brown
What beach are you talking of ?
Nothing but bad Photoshop skills !
I have never understood the problem with Euro wagons and USDM. Agreed that the US has higher crash safety norms, but I'm sure that's not the deterrent for NOT releasing such reallly nice cars in the US.
Haha good one !
This particular shot reminds me of the starting of the movie Super Troopers, the road was pretty much similar except that it was a bit large.
(1) One of the musicians (my guess) in blue ogling at a lady ?