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Cars and Kopi - End of 2018 edition

Cars and Kopi - End of 2018 edition

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If you have missed out on the latest installment of Cars and Kopi, here are some of the cars that came for the meet last weekend...

 

Situated at Dempsey last Sunday, a good turnout of 50 or so cars came for the meet. Thankfully, the weather stayed good throughout the few hours and the meet saw a few fresh cars like the AE86 Levin and a few others.

 

Anyway, here's what came.

 

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I was there. Great meetup, caught up with many old friends and made new ones.

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Hahahaha. I wonder which idiot renewed the Saab and which idiot is gonna purchase the Saab. Good luck with that since you can't find parts from a closed down company.

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Hahahaha. I wonder which idiot renewed the Saab and which idiot is gonna purchase the Saab. Good luck with that since you can't find parts from a closed down company.

 

dont think thats an idiot. theres lotsa out of production cars out there with same fate. either existing stock or scrap parts. 

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Hahahaha. I wonder which idiot renewed the Saab and which idiot is gonna purchase the Saab. Good luck with that since you can't find parts from a closed down company.

 

Saab closed down. But there are still manufacturing company producing thier parts. I would love to own a saab when i am older. 

 

https://www.eeuroparts.com/Parts/Saab/SaabParts.php

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Hahahaha. I wonder which idiot renewed the Saab and which idiot is gonna purchase the Saab. Good luck with that since you can't find parts from a closed down company.

Bet you don’t usually go for meetup.. or never go for car owner meetup before

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How do i get plugged in to cars n kopi event? Understand this is a closed door event.

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Saab closed down. But there are still manufacturing company producing thier parts. I would love to own a saab when i am older. 

 

https://www.eeuroparts.com/Parts/Saab/SaabParts.php

 

Saab closed down. But there are still manufacturing company producing thier parts. I would love to own a saab when i am older. 

 

https://www.eeuroparts.com/Parts/Saab/SaabParts.php

 

Hahahaha. I wonder which idiot renewed the Saab and which idiot is gonna purchase the Saab. Good luck with that since you can't find parts from a closed down company.

 

Don't talk cock, VTEC 万岁!

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