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#301 OFFLINE   lesapandre


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Posted 12 February 2019 - 11:26 AM

Sorry to hear of you selling problems. Reading through the only thing I can add is given its rarety advertising it in Europe might help. La Vie de la Auto is good....google translate means we can all pretend we can speak French. And if you use an email address you don't need to bother with the phone.



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#302 OFFLINE   Joloke


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Posted 12 February 2019 - 04:25 PM

There are hardly any left in the USA, as evidenced by the bottom of the barrel shitheaps imported from there lately.

Especially the Scandinavians have raided the place for the past 30 years, Sweden alone having imported about 5,000 cars annually. It is confirmed that the majority of US classics is not located in the USA anymore.

For quite a few years now, cars are migrating back to the USA, but neither in the numbers they were exported in the first place, nor the models that appeal to Europeans, since the taste in American cars is vastly different on both sides of the Atlantic. For example, whereas Europeans love the fullsized waftbarges, the yanks loathe them, unless they are Cadillacs with not more than two doors.

As a rule of thumb, the yanks hate pretty much everything that was posted in RBJ's US car thread with a passion.

The Yanks arnt keen on Beige Mustang II's  or  Mucus Green Pinto's either :-(


Never mind we like them :mrgreen:

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#303 OFFLINE   danthecapriman


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Posted 12 February 2019 - 04:41 PM

The Yanks arnt keen on Beige Mustang II's  or  Mucus Green Pinto's either :-(
Never mind we like them :mrgreen:

I’m not afraid to admit this on here... a Pinto is on my hit list of cars I must own! Can’t explain why but it is!

Agree with The right honourable Junkman too. All they’re into big over in the US is fins n chrome or muscle cars.
The big full size barges, gas crisis downsized stuff, US small economy cars etc etc seem almost universally hated. But we’re a more enlightened bunch over here aren’t we!?
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