Your Three Car Garage?

Sepeng

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#23
Subaru 22b with full on 555 stickers
Porsche Sport Turismo - my ultimate all day every day car
VW Caravelle - even with a gazzion dollars to spend on cars I'll still be a soccer dad
 

ReeceDBN031

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YOH THIS IS HARD!!!!!:eek:

why only 3??!!!!??!! @gamer16 :crying:
ok ok.. uhm
1. Mint condistion BMW 325is. (Completely NOT stock)
2. Audi Rs4 or 7 AVANT(Wagon)
3. Toyota supra (Not stock)
 

Jchan11hk

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Hmmm....
Daily ----Maserati Levante Trofeo or Alfa Romeo Stelvio QV
Weekend ----- Pagani Zonda Tricolore
Classic ----Alfa Romeo 33 Tipo Stradale
 

Ivan Leon

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Hmmm....
Daily ----Maserati Levante Trofeo or Alfa Romeo Stelvio QV
Weekend ----- Pagani Zonda Tricolore
Classic ----Alfa Romeo 33 Tipo Stradale
Reading on various motoring blogs & forums about the servicing & reliability issues with current Italian manufactured FCA products, such as Maserati & Alfa-Romeo, you'd probably be better off using the hand-built Pagani as your 'daily driver' and the mass-produced Levante & Stelvio as your 'weekend' cars.

:whistling:
 
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gamer16

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Reading on varoius motoring blogs & forums about the servicing & reliability issues with current Italian manufactured FCA products, such as Maserati & Alfa-Romeo, you'd probably be better off using the hand-built Pagani as your 'daily driver' and the mass-produced Levante & Stelvio as your 'weekend' cars.

:whistling:
But but reliable cars are no fun.
 

Jchan11hk

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Reading on varoius motoring blogs & forums about the servicing & reliability issues with current Italian manufactured FCA products, such as Maserati & Alfa-Romeo, you'd probably be better off using the hand-built Pagani as your 'daily driver' and the mass-produced Levante & Stelvio as your 'weekend' cars.

:whistling:
It all depends on whether you take your Italian cars to dealerships or not. For me, I dont trust the mechanics from any SA dealerships. Rather take them to the specialists. In fact, the BMW friends of mine are taking their cars to The 357 too.
 
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