I know it's hard to do. The last time I tried to get some indigenous animals in NYC I just could not get the group of crack dealers to stand still long enough so I could take the shot. Only kidding I have never really seen one myself, that I know of that is.
nice shots, 3rd one down gets my vote for favourite.
is a saab hard to maintain? had any real problems with it?
assuming your under 25 on your P's that is. my parents tried to steer me clear of european cars as i was looking at a saab because of hard to find parts and prices etc. but it didnt work:roll:
One day I'll find another 5 Door and actually buy it - those are sweet pimp ugly cars - it's ultimate Saab! Soo Ugly it's cool. I personally would drop a heavily modified 16V Turbo into one tho - leave it stock looking and a must have leather interior - but that 5 door body is awesome - GREAT pictures man!
Thanks for the compliments :cheesy: And yes I did tweak the colour in the first photo a bit. And im 18 and yes my parents told me to stay away from Eauropean cars too, most Aussies seem to think they are unreliable and expensive to run, so they didnt want me to get it, but i did :cheesy: And now they both love it, because its more reliable and cheaper to run than mum's holden astra that needs like a $1300 repair job, and compaired to my mums 84 Ford Laser it feels like a new car, thats how advanced it was compaired to the little Aussie cars of the time :cheesy:
hah yeh im 17 and driving a european car. since they didnt know anything abou tit when i bought it they didnt try steer me away from it like they did the saab.
and its been good. more features then any car of its age. looks better then any car of its age also.
its been awsome untill now and im learning how to fix it myself which takes its time with these cars.
i noticed in your sig youve got 8v. does that mean its auto?