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    Fully bolted and tuned 2005 STI.

    Loved that car.

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    2009 370z

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    Miss my C30.

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    Could care less about my 2011 STI. Simply not as good or as fun as I was hoping.

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    I like neat cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90_Shelby View Post
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    Miss my C30.

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    Could care less about my 2011 STI. Simply not as good or as fun as I was hoping.

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    Thats 2 people that miss the c30. They're that good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03ozwhip View Post
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    Thats 2 people that miss the c30. They're that good?
    I really like the unique look to them, I love that colour, they don’t have boy racer styling, the interior was reasonably refined and not dirt cheap like STI, for comparison. The turbo 5 cylinder sounded great and made decent power, it handled great and with a 6 speed manual, it was fun to drive.

    I have other high hp cars but it’s fun to really wind out a car and not worry about tripling the speed limit after flooring the throttle for a few seconds. All of the above are also reasons why I really like driving our Golf R.
    I like neat cars.

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    I think I miss my RX8 the most. The ergonomics and general driving experience in that thing just worked so well for me. Plus, it's the car that got me into autocross.

    What I miss the least is my 07 STi. The bobblehead ride sucked, I never found the seats comfortable and the gear ratios just felt wrong for everyday driving. Then there was the dccd being a pita and locking too aggressively at low speeds. It was fun to hoon, but only to hoon.
    dv/dt

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03ozwhip View Post
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    I thought this thread was one miss and one don't miss lol typical beyond changing the rules of the thread.
    Yeah no kidding. It didn't take long for people to list off several of their cars without actually answering the question.

    Miss the most: the 2008 Subaru Impreza 2.5 hatch I sold last year. It wasn't fast, the interior was bare minimum as fuck, the body styling was dull, but it was a fun car and I tweaked it enough that it handled just the way I liked it. It was such a blast to drive through winding roads in the mountains year 'round. I'd still have it now if I had somewhere to park it.

    Miss the least: I haven't owned a lot of cars, so it'd probably be my first car the 1993 Asuna Sunfire. By first car standards, it wasn't terrible compared to what my friends had at the time haha

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    Miss- Acura TL type-s manual.

    Not missing- 2018 Ford Expedition.

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    Miss:

    1991 MR2 Turbo:




    2001 IS300:




    Do not miss at all:

    2008 Cayman S:

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    Arash reminds me of Mar but I can't tell which one is more stupid.
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    Yeah well I wonder how they get the soft flowing caramel inside the Caramilk bar but you don't see me making a god damn thread about it. Slap your wife Baygirl, straighten him out.

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    There was a lot to like about the C5. That's my second place entry.

    #1 goes to the built 951 I acquired from Jay. What a beast that was, and seeing what they go for now, I should never have given it up.

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    Miss the most: 2005 JRSC EP3 Type-R, hands down the most fun vehicle I've ever owned and I'd probably still have ot if I hadn't sold it to move to Canada.

    Special mentions: 2000 Accord TypeR, 1999 H22 Civic Coop and 1990 NA6 Eunos

    Miss the least: 1991 GT-Four Celica. An utter dog of a vehicle that I couldn't wait to get rid of. Rusty as fuck, mechanically shite and smelled bad. Great winter vehicle though with the awd and the fact the heaters blew uber warm after about 3 minutes

    Special mentions: 2007 ML320 diesel, 1995 E36 316i, 2002 Vauxhall Astra SRi

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    @BokCh0y why the cayman? Aside from the fact that it couldn’t be a 911. I thought those were decently fun cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    @BokCh0y why the cayman? Aside from the fact that it couldn’t be a 911. I thought those were decently fun cars.
    Repairs and reliability hahaha

    - engine oil seperator
    - secondary air injector pump twice
    - snapped two shift cables
    - corroded injectors
    - damn trunk and frunk switch fried on me
    - guy I sold it to had tranny issues and ended up dumping it

    Car was fun as fuck to drive and definitely a head turner but it got to a point where I was scared to drive the car hard, worried about what would've broke next. But yeah...funnest car i've had for sure but do not miss that bitch at all. Cost me a shit ton for repairs.
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    Arash reminds me of Mar but I can't tell which one is more stupid.
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    Yeah well I wonder how they get the soft flowing caramel inside the Caramilk bar but you don't see me making a god damn thread about it. Slap your wife Baygirl, straighten him out.

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    I don't miss any of my past cars. To me they are all time and place vehicles.

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    Over the years I've lost the ability to care about any of my past vehicles in anyway. Probably a good thing. Like heavyD said, all of them had their time and place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BokCh0y View Post
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    Repairs and reliability hahaha

    - engine oil seperator
    - secondary air injector pump twice
    - snapped two shift cables
    - corroded injectors
    - damn trunk and frunk switch fried on me
    - guy I sold it to had tranny issues and ended up dumping it

    Car was fun as fuck to drive and definitely a head turner but it got to a point where I was scared to drive the car hard, worried about what would've broke next. But yeah...funnest car i've had for sure but do not miss that bitch at all. Cost me a shit ton for repairs.
    Yikes. I'd be happy to see that car go as well haha.

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    Easy choice, my 2001 Audi S4. Stage 3 turbo upgrade, Aftermarket Recaro seats, Stoptech brake kit along with a ton of other goodies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by R-Audi View Post
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    Easy choice, my 2001 Audi S4. Stage 3 turbo upgrade, Aftermarket Recaro seats, Stoptech brake kit along with a ton of other goodies.
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    It looks like it is broken down?

    Did you call AMA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenIsMightier View Post
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    Wat?!? Did you forget about:
    All things considered I don't actually regret owning that Santa Fe, it served it's purpose quite well right up until the moment it didn't. It was the perfect size, stood up well to two kids and the unholy things they do to the interior of a car and the price was very good for all the features it had. It was a good family appliance, I'll just never buy another one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr2mike View Post
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    I see so many people missing our regretting selling their MR2's.
    I probably know 3 more people beyond what's been posted here.
    Looks like im keeping mine forever :P

    I do miss my Aristo. The 2jz was just so awesome, and would've fetched so much more today. I also quite miss my 13 F150 King Ranch. It was just such a good looking truck.

    I don't miss my B16 EF hatch. That thing was a heap. I also don't really miss my EM1. Lots of good memories, but not really a car I think about.
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