As Suanie Sees It
Malaysia, Food, Travel, Adventures and All Good Things since 1999
this is not cooper cobra tyvm
arrr ? Sold.
I remember a movie by the same title, i.e. Bye Bye Baby. It was an Italian soft pr0n flick, starring Brigitte Nielsen.
how old are you again? 😀
where’s my baby.
waiting for yer bank
Did you sell it to buy an X-Box 360 to p*** Sony off????
where’s your new fish? 🙂
So, you are gonna say “Hi” to?
How much ?
Tell you later.
Some car dealer.
Wooo, luckily you sold it now…
The price will tank very fast because of the new NAP structure.
Consider yourself very lucky!
So what’s the new ride?
yeah guess I am lucky 😀
should be a kelisa, not sure when
What’s a Kelisa? Is it KeBart KeSimpson’s sister?
But a Kelisa’s kind of small – you plan on using it for the journey to kampung as well?
Don’t buy Kelisa, if exceed certain speed especially at PLUS to your hometown Batu Pahat, it can be turn turtle because of relatively “high gravity” on the design, albeit relatively “narrow body but high roof”. This is my personal opinion only, ha, ha,…….
that has got to be the lament comment ever dabido -_-“
How much did you get it for it?
2 Packs of maggi and a tin of milo?
thank god u sold them off early…or u will lose more…$$
Wow – it’s kinda funny to see a car with no rust. [LOL] I reckon that there’s not much call for salted roads, considering the weather in Malaysia.
Must cars up here, even with annual rustproofing, eventually start to rust out ’cause of the salt – my Piggy has a severe case of Chevyitis now, but at 11 years old, there’s not much sense sinking money into her at this point for bodywork.
Besides, planning to get a new car with my severence pay when I retire in 2007/2008 so long story short, poor Piggy is going to get driven into the ground and then probably donated to charity.
Can’t wait for the new car, tho’ – AC (I bought the car in Eastern Canada – you don’t need AC there – Ontario is another story) and a CD player (when I bought the Piggy, tape decks were still the standard) will be suh-wheet!
Good luck car shopping! Out of curiousity, do you have to haggle with the dealers in Malaysia or is it fixed prices? Up here, being adept at dickering helps a lot.
yeah, what Shadowfox said 😛
Ted, in Malaysia, besides having to pay more for cars due to conversion rates, you have to pay for import/taxes too.
In the end based on per-capita income all else being equal, a Malaysian has to fork out 10 times on average what you people pay for your car in your country.
ahhhhhhh, and i haven’t realign the head lights yet…
not my problem now 😛
But a better car, now price drop on imported cars 🙂
Ops, typo. I mean “buy a better car since the price on imported cars drop”… Consider a Honda City iDSI – FC very good, save petrol 🙂
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