We are one, my Yamaha R1.
Luxury European (BMW 7 series, Audi, Mercedes, Jag etc)
Mid Range European (BMW 3,5 series, VW, upper end Renault, Fiat etc)
Budget European (lower end Opel, Renault, Fiat, Ford etc)
European Sports Car (Ferrari, Ariel Atom, Konigsegg etc)
Japanese Luxury Vehicle (Lexus, Nissan Maxima etc)
Mid Range Japanese ( Toyota Prelude etc)
Budget Japanese (Dihatsu Cherade, Mazda 101 etc)
Japanese Boy Racer (WRX, Evo, GTR, 350z etc)
Other Asian Vehicle
Delivery van / truck
Australian heap o' crap (GM, Ford, Mitusbishi locally made etc)
American: eg: GM, Buick, Dodge etc
Other: (please specify)
I don't own a car, but I have a model (toy) car at home
We are one, my Yamaha R1.
HX300/ EPL6/ EOS60D/ 17-55mmF2.8IS/ 100mmF2.8Macro/ 135mmF2L/ 70-200mmF4LIS/ 300mmF4LIS
Sigh, with our high import tax and increasing COE, it make little sense to splurge on an expensive car I admit I drool over nice wheels but I constantly remind myself not to put my hard earned money on something that is certain to depreciate. Of course if one is well heeled, he/she can easily go for newer models even though that means more money put to waste with every change of wheels. Too bad I can't do that, so mine is a 5 yr old Nissan which I am determined to 'torture' it until its 10 years is up...and perhaps beyond
Subaru Impreza hatchback. Transport purpose.
EOS 7D-Canon 100-400 F4.5-5.6L IS/ Sigma 18-200mm F3.5 OS/ EF50mm f1.8/ Speedlite 580EX2
I like my Avante.... economical, powerful, strong and cheaper than many other models.
Chiam Chia put under wat ah?
We can't compete with Aaron Kwok. check out his collection......
"Kwok is known as a collector of sports cars as well as an amateur of motor racing. He participated in a Ferrari F355 race at the Macau Grand Prix, a Formula Campus charity race. Other notable participations include the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia, where he raced with a Porsche 911 GT3.
He is known as a car fanatic and has a large collection of notable cars. Some of his collection include the Ferrari F50, F512M, F355 GTS, F360 Modena, Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano, Lamborghini Diablo SE30, Mercedes-Benz SL600, Mercedes CLK DTM, Porsche 911 Turbo. Other cars include the Enzo Ferrari, Bugatti Veyron, a Carbon version Pagani Zonda F, Lamborghini Reventon Roadster, Lamborghini Murciélago, Gallardo, Porsche 996 GT3, Nissan GTR"
The Pagani Zonda alone cost HKD$12million!
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I'm a cow with a camera
Suzuki Grand Vitara and Honda Civic ES.
5D Mark II| 7D| EF50f1.4 | EF85f1.8| 16-35L| 24-70L | 70-200 II L | 150 f2.8 Macro
Hmmm is nissan Maxima available in sg?
Toyota Prelude?! Err.
My sis got a M3 then. It is a mid-range car. In the States lah.... 50k only, really. Yes, same price as your S$76k COE open cat now. The Chevrolet ZR1 is a supercar that is value for money and popular over there (638 horses stock, goodies like CF leading to a pretty lightweight chassis, carbon ceramic brakes, only 110k). Eg R35 Nurburing 7m 29s, ZR1 7m 26s, stock incld tyres.
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Not now but a Honda Integra Type R next year once I get my license.
Think fast, aim for the best !
"Australian heap o' crap (GM, Ford, Mitusbishi locally made etc)"
Haha I love this, yeah the Australian cars isn't much to write home about, spacious though if you have cattles as passengers. You wouldn't believe the bias journalism in Australian motoring magazines where they would always put a Commodore or a Falcon at the top with M3s or AMGs. The British are even worst, they compared a Ford focus with the almighty GTR.