Welcome to another edition of the Thursday Shoutout. This week we once again have a diverse selection of rides submitted by the global Speedhunters readership, so let’s waste no more time and give them some love!
(Above) 1991 Nissan Pulsar GTI-R, Mathieu Villeneuve from Canada
1985 Toyota Celica, Richard Nguyen from France
1972 BMW 2002tii, Mitchell Morton from South Carolina, USA
JZX100 Toyota Chaser, Phil from New Zealand
1979 Mitsubishi Lancer, Tyrone Enriquez from the Philippines
1996 Peugeot 106 Rallye, Tom Beenders from The Netherlands
2004 Ford P71 Police Interceptor (Supercharged!), Chris from California, USA
KE70 Toyota Corolla, Tyler Hartwell from Australia
EK9 Civic Type R, Marco Palinar from the Philippines
Trabant 601, Norbert Gyöngyösi from Hungary
2006 Subaru Impreza, Purepump from Hong Kong
2001 Nissan Stagea, Mitya Vasiliev from Khabarovsk, Russia
1988 BMW 325i, Michael S. from Hawaii, USA
2007 Nissan 350Z, Tony Nguyen from Oregon, USA
2007 BMW 116i, Kamil from the UK
1986 Toyota Corolla GT-S, Wilson Yanguas from Washington, USA
Mitsubishi Evo III, Francis Lim from the Philippines
1993 Lexus GS300, Christopher Daniel from the USA
GC8 Impreza, Anthony from New Zealand
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wheels on the chaser look rude,they need to be V.I.P but thats what you get from new zealand i guess
Dig that 350z, especially the aero... who said navy blue and black don't go together?
Is everybody with the surname Nguyen into cars?
That GS300 made my mouth water. I always have a soft spot for heavy cambered, vip style cars. One day ill have something like that:)
i like the evo in the mall pic. that would be the only reason id go to the mall if they had evo's lying around like that, especially versions not available in the U.S.
good to see parts shop max getting some love on the back of that gs. but really a crown vic ?? why ??
1991 Nissan Pulsar GTI-R, Mathieu Villeneuve from Canada and KE70 Toyota Corolla, Tyler Hartwell from Australia
Hey Mike, would you happen to know what province of Canada that Pulsar is from? I swear I've seen the exact one driving around where I live.
Mike Garrett Awesome, thanks guys :) It's not the one in my area :P The one in my area rocks some OZ Ultraleggeras
Martijn M Jochem Rallye's were (and still are) great cars.. Even if it says "Not quite a GTI, but close!"
@Hondafan @Martijn M I know, a friend of my has one, leight car so it's fun to ride. But I think it can't really compete with all the Impreza's and Silvia's you mostly see. Not with speed or performamce, but with the funfactor
Jochem Hondafan I have one... I think it has a higher funfactor then a Silvia or Impreza. Just cause you can trash it around anywhere. It's great fun around bends and on sand/dirt roads. I won't mind driving a Silvia though. Totally different!
Martijn M Jochem I'm not really sure how you can compare a 106 to an Impreza, but whatever works for you....