car junkie with commitment issues

iflip. Cheap, fun, low investment = happy motoring

I flip cars and that’s all i do, maybe I like the hunt more then the kill?? no, I just want a car that does what it should. I liked the wagon for 3 solid months, same with the cressida…building cheap, neat, unique cars was seeming to make me happy. but when you spend 3-4 times the money and end up with more problems then the beaters gave you is just lame.

here’s some cool pics of cool, fun, unique cars that make me happy to look at. altho some are into the $$ range.

the ae86 (85-87 corolla gts):
nightspirit9

the EG civic HB:
civi-eg-si-cup-2

the previa van:
zigwagestima3

the starlet and te72 corollas:
toy-starlet-te72

the vw van:
vwvan4

a well done ra65 celica:
toy-ra65-gt2

The classic skyline:
skyine-gc10-s3

a sexy silvia (240sx):
s13-white-wheel-1

the miata:
miata6

the civic ef:
civi-ef-sed-usjdm-4

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12 responses

  1. J. Patstsone

    Love that old Volks pick-up van. Imagine it with a new paint job and some sharp wheels. Soooo neat, it could be.

    March 24, 2009 at 5:29 am

  2. joshp77

    paint is for rich people, totally over rated. this “patina” style of leaving the body the way you found it has become quite popular, mostly because the hot rod scene all became about money and fiber glass kit cars with corvette motors, and people who’s car wasn’t perfect or worth $60,000 + weren’t allowed into most shows. so they started having there own show’s and has become quite the scene of real “hot rods” as they were really built back in the day

    March 27, 2009 at 5:10 pm

  3. modifaeble

    ok. I have changed my mind. I WANT A &@ COROLLA. I must have it! I must!

    March 30, 2009 at 10:45 am

    • Juan

      if u need a corolla or u must have it, come to puerto rico and ull c a crap load of them everywere. or another thing u could do is go to: “clasificadosonline.com” , and ull c some of them for sell.
      good luck with the findings, and also if u wanna live somewere else were skylines are allowed in the streets, puerto rico allows skylines on the streets, they arent ilegal over here.

      October 25, 2009 at 9:29 am

  4. Mightymouse

    what wheels are those on the EG H/B. ive been looking for those. could you help me out?

    June 16, 2009 at 1:23 am

  5. joshp77

    Those wheels are “sprint hart cp-f”, kinda hard to find and I don’t think you can get them noew anymore. Rota makes a cheap knock-off called the track R as well.

    June 16, 2009 at 7:22 am

  6. daniel

    just wondering what rims are on that 240 Silvia? they look good
    thanks

    July 3, 2009 at 6:49 am

  7. joshp77

    the wheels are Volk TE37’s, 17×9.5 +~20mm front and 17×10 +~20mm rear

    July 3, 2009 at 8:10 am

  8. joshp77

    actually all the jdm cars are legal here in canada as long as they are 15 years old… so we see a lot of them around… plenty of corolla’s around too. but I know there’s more down there for sure

    October 25, 2009 at 6:43 pm

  9. Dennis Vazquez

    that levin looks good but the liftback levin looks way better. And the skyline … no words to describe what I’m feeling when I see it. I wish I could set up my starlet like the track one, but it’s a long journey. I completley agree with josh about cheap, fun, performance. A car was meant to be driven, hook’em up and floor it. good blog, this one is.

    November 18, 2009 at 9:48 pm

    • Josh

      Thanks for the comment, i really appreciate it.
      I think many people loose the reality of it all…. there’s just soo much money thrown at cars these days, but for those of us that can’t afford it get flack for not using the “best” available parts or using knock off wheels. it should be about having fun, credit card debt isn’t fun, building a car to please someone else isn’t fun either. you just gotta educate yourself as you go and build it the way you want to, and above all HAVE FUN!!

      November 18, 2009 at 11:56 pm

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