It probably reflects the poor areas with a lot of car thefts.Habanero said:I just think it's funny cnn is reporting the most stolen cars are really old, but then again the people stealing the cars aren't the brightest in the bunch. :-D
Neither, you have to wrestle with the hand crank in front of the cast iron grill.Seabishop said:I've seen the 86 Cutlass on this list for years. Do you need a key to operate it or does have a pull-string ignition like a lawnmower?
I drive a 1992 Honda Civic (number 3 on the list) and check out the k's on her (photo taken while on recent holiday)Dan said:1980s-era Honda Accords last forever, and the body style and power plant of the vehicle changed very little while it was in production.
Just exactly how small do you think NZ is? We do a fine trade in stolen vehicles. Land mass is similar to Japan's, however less population here means plenty of places to hide stolen cars while you strip them, repaint them, and get them ready for re-sale. Not that I'm an expert or anythingDan said:If you steal a car in New Zealand ... well, where are you going to take it?