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Old 12-02-2011, 11:27 AM   #1
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I am currently in Germany and will be here for the next year or so. I am having difficulty finding sites like craigslist that have apartment listings and used (cheap IE: sub 1000eur) cars for sale. I doubt there will be much for where I plan to live (Oberstdorf) but if you have any sites/links for cars or apartment hunting that would be quite helpful. I'm willing to travel for the car within like 100-200KMS or so...
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First two are good for cars. Go on and buy some cheap Autobahn stormer, big bmw or so.

http://www.mobile.de/home/index.html?lang=en#1
http://www.autoscout24.eu/?language=ger
http://www.ebay.de/
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You'll have to wear the "funnel mask". I hope you're thirsty.
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First two are good for cars. Go on and buy some cheap Autobahn stormer, big bmw or so.

http://www.mobile.de/home/index.html?lang=en#1
http://www.autoscout24.eu/?language=ger
http://www.ebay.de/
Thanks. Im looking fir an old volvo or vw. something super cheap and reliable but simple if it has problems.
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Old 12-02-2011, 02:25 PM   #7
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Old 12-02-2011, 02:44 PM   #8
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Kinda thinking more along the lines of a 1L gas VW Polo or something... lol
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Kinda thinking more along the lines of a 1L gas VW Polo or something... lol
Go for the one with 55hp at the crank. **** can't go uphill in 1st gear.
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Lol... yeah I guess. If I was anywhere else in Germany it wouldn't matter because %95 of the country is pretty much flat. I happen to be in the other %5 though, so...
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I'm not german, but I have lived there, so I hope I still count : www.mobile.de is your friend.
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Oh, common man. Your living in the last country where you can drive as fast as your car goes and your going to buy what? 1.0 Polo

Buy Smart, their cheap to buy, maintain, engines doesnt cost nothing and road taxes are cheap. If not, look what Boxsters cost.
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Do you think I'm loaded or something? I'm living abroad as a ski bum on a budget... lol.

I have a fast car at home. I only want reliable transportation here... plus, I'm in the countryside nowhere near any big autobahn routes anyways. No point. As long as my snowboard fits in it, it's good for me.
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So when will you be posting the FS thread for EU intake manifolds, cause I call dibs.
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So when will you be posting the FS thread for EU intake manifolds, cause I call dibs.
+1, hook it up or else.
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Also in for 2 manifolds, and a factory exhaust header.
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I might have one, let the bidding war start
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Lol... If I can find any sure. I'm in a tiny town like a km from the Austrian border so I doubt I'll find any here.
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Yeah. Guys just go to mx-5nutz and search great guy name'd "JUNK YARD DOG", he's a miata breaker and has plentiful source of Eunos parts. It might need registerating to see it, but I promise, this guy is worth it and he's willing to send any where.


He's yard looks good..

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