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I like the second one, it's like a 3 wheeled version of a Morris traveller.
Hi, it really is a toy for very good and stable weather. It is said to offer a great driving experience, perhaps more motorcycle- than car-like.I see one of those 3 wheeled Morgans most Tuesdays and Thursdays - there's a dealer at the bottom of the road up to the golf centre. Too expensive or a toy IMO and would need to be garaged.
Which 3-wheelers have you driven? I've used the Reliant Regal, Robin and Rialto; the admitedly ghastly Bond Minicar and the altogether amazing Bug; plus a Morgan on a track day. To be honest the Morgan was the one I liked the least but I put at least part of that down to my bum being about an inch off the ground and the wind blast hitting my head!2 at the front is more stable than the Reliant system but is less practical.
Hi, the NSX was and is a great car. They are quite rare here, as are other Japanese high-end sports cars (TOYOTA Supra, NISSAN ZXT). The main reason being,The automotive equivalent of my Sony A7:
If "here" means Germany, yes, the NSX is definitely rare there. I saw just one in many weeks of European road trips over several years. But I don't think it is cheaper in Germany - just an unpopular choice. The typical German petrolhead needs special persuasion to spend so much money on a Japanese car, when a Porsche is the standard answer! There's a specialist dealer in Vienna who makes a pretty good living supplying and fixing them for the few fans there: https://nsx-parts.com/timeattack/Hi, the NSX was and is a great car. They are quite rare here, as are other Japanese high-end sports cars (TOYOTA Supra, NISSAN ZXT). The main reason being,
that they do not keep their value well long term, partly due to spare parts availability.