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What Car Do You Own?

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F1Fan1
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Tell us what car you own! Post an image if you wish, but please blur out the registration before you do and please do not post the registration in text form, as part of your post, either. Thanks.

My car is a:

2004 BMW 118D SE.

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VFan17
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I am still several years from even being allowed to take a drives test. Would love to get a cheap Alfa when I get older. Or a Fiat 500
 
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VFan17
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Though my parents have a *drum roll* Toyota Prius.
*Dramatic music plays in background*
 
F1Fan1
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We are family of Toyota's. My parents have a 2008 Toyota Avensis. I much prefer my BMW 1 Series, to the Avensis.

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F1Fan1
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A few mistakes there mate. Firstly, the image you posted is of the 2008 - present day Toyota Avensis, of the first facelift from 2012 - 2015. We have the 2003 - 2008 Avensis, particularly the 2006 - 2008 facelift.

Secondly, that image of the BMW 1 Series is the 2007 - 2012 facelift model. I have the 2004 - 2006 pre-facelift 1 Series.

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F1Fan1
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The BMW is still the facelift. Look at the registration, '07' meaning it was registered in 2007.

The Avensis is the correct, the facelift, but that is the tourer (Estate) body shape and we have the hatchback.

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F1Fan1
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Correct for the Avensis image.

Yes, that’s how my BMW looks with the same alloys, but car is sliver, not dark blue.

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JohnH
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I own the Alfa on the left a 74 105 series and a 2002 ford Focus.
 
F1Fan1
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A nice rare classic car. Nice!

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F1Fan1
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Because JohnH owns a classic Alfa Romeo 105 Series?

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F1Fan1
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There’s no point you owning a clsssic car if you can’t drive. It’s not good for old cars to sit there for a long period of time, without being driven regularly.

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JohnH
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Don't be, these cars and other classics are not to hard to find and are reasonably priced. In Aus my car would sell for between $20-$25k at the moment. Parts are very easy to get, not that it needs them. The myth about Alfa unreliability (for the older ones at least) is rather over blown. . I only drive it on weekends these days and it's always fun. :)