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Old 07-11-2002, 06:29 PM   #16
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Originally posted by '88 325e

It is totaly legal to have a right hand drive car in Canada and the USA. My friend is rebuilding a Mad Max car ( and it is right hand drive. I also saw a black Subaru 2.5 RS with gold wheels that is right hand drive in Missassauga. Kinda weird to see a car driving with no one on the left side!

thats weird i always thought the skyline was illegal because of the right hand drive,,lol,, (stupid me,,ive been smoking something fierce ),,, anyways i have seen a few right hand drive cars before ,, but never driven,, always for show, or for the track. thanks for the info '88 325e
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Old 07-11-2002, 06:34 PM   #17
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No problem dude! Usually if we don't get a car here in North America it is because of the strict crash testing and emissions testing/restrictions. An example is the Subaru is detuned and has three catalyitic converters on it! Imagine when those cars need a new exhaust system! $$$
Hey guys/gals!,

Randy(empowerd), Kevin(straight_6), and I (Dave aka:'88 325e) started up Bimmercruize '01. Bimmercruize '02 is on Sunday August 11th! So if you need details about the show please contact us!
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