1. Erik202
    July 5, 2017 @ 6:53 pm

    Here are a few in NC
    Audi A5
    Cadillac ATS
    LS swapped LHD RX-7 I have no idea if these have a useable back seat
    370z with a big spoiler
    2010 Camaro SS
    There also seems to be the odd STI available at this price as well as lots of regular WRXs I thought Evo's would be an option too but they seem to be rare in that area.


  2. Matt Cramer
    July 5, 2017 @ 9:26 pm

    Wasn't sure where in the Carolinas you were headed, so I went to Greenville Craigslist, where I found an astonishingly well preserved Porsche 951.

    [image src=" images.craigslist.org/00w0w_7i7vWz1w9GY_600x450.jpg" width="400px"/]


  3. Unknown
    July 6, 2017 @ 4:56 pm

    Why not an R32 GT-R? It's in your price range and performance bracket. There are several importers in NC, plus Japanese Classics just across the border in Richmond,VA. Taste some of that forbidden-in-CA fruit!


  4. Rob
    July 7, 2017 @ 5:52 pm

    All good suggestions, guys. Matt – funny you mentioned because Vince and I thought of those too. Prices are going up though and I think by the time I'm ready to pull the trigger the more desirable ones will be out of my price range. I'm partial to Nissans since I've been a life-long Datsun owner and it's my comfort zone. What I end up buying remains to be seen – this R32 GTS-T with an ugly body kit is looking interesting to me right now. montumotors.com/vehicles/139/1991-nissan-skyline-gts-t-type-m


  5. Rob
    October 4, 2017 @ 8:14 pm

    I took nobody's advice or suggestions, including my own, and ended up buying a used 2010 Dodge Ram 1500 Big Horn Quad-Cab freedom-rig. Having recently relocated from California to South Carolina, I'm inclined to now refer to all pick-up trucks as "rigs". It was a higher-mileage rig, and as such, the price was right which still leaves a decent amount of cash to spend on a week-end fun ride.


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