well if there are female profetional drivers, etc, etc then there should be girls interested in carsedge said:Typically forums that center around cars or politics are sausage parties.
If you want chicks, go to a forum about dating or interior design.
Well done - a lass into cars!!!Tracy-CAE said:I am a girl living in shanghai
REAL_I_HATE_CHINA won’t tell you anything about himself. He portraits himself as a sniper on this forum, he will forever be in the dark.gr8 said:sorry i know this dosnt belong in the general part, but i think this needs some attention.
im just curious the gender age and where people live in this forum, seriously i dont really even know if hater is a 24 male or a 83 female living in US or the north pole.
ill say hater is a single 47 year old man living in a appartment, surviving off mcdonalds, getting welfare, and staring at this forum all day.fightingtorque said:I'm pretty sure hater is a bloke. he's still at college, probably age 19-22 ish. knows lots about cars and the car industry, provided you make the assumption that everything you find on the internet can be assumed to be true.
Very interesting quote - do you mind telling us what this "stereotype of Americans" Chinese people hold? I honestly can't think of any!!!fm.illuminatus said:Age - 21
Sex - Male
Location - Fullerton, CA (United States)
Ethnicity - 1/2 Chinese, 1/4 German, 1/8 Scot, 1/8 Irish
Nationality - American (and quite nationalistic, too)
I have nothing against chinese cars, but their remind me of Korean ones, nicely styled, poorly designed. I'm interested to see how they preform in the U.S. market, and I'm even more interested in seeing Chinese stereotypes of Americans fall flat on their face in the form of marketing failures. To succeed in the American market, mainland chinese will have to learn about the American people in ways they probably don't realize yet, and I expect they will discover a lot of their pre-concieved notions about the United States are false.
There's this ancient Rule of the internet which says it's allergic to truth, reason and humourfightingtorque said:provided you make the assumption that everything you find on the internet can be assumed to be true.
BringIt said:34 male, born in Taiwan, grew up and living in US (CA). 100% Chinese ethnicity. A big car nut. My favorite (and most troublesome) car was the Porsche 944 Turbo. For years yearned for a Chinese made car; will be the first in line to buy one. If I have the knowhow, will even open a dealer (got the money but no knowledge).
KING_OF_HILL said:Male, 28.
Born in china but spent 80% of my life in US.
Energy trader, Houston, TX.
My car: Lexus GS300 (05)
My wife's car: Honda Pilot EX (04)
By the way, I will sell both of them as soon as Chery arrives here in 08 or 09. I'll get a coup myself and get a Chery SUV for my wife. I do expect the initial quality to be somewhat patchy but I gotta do what I gotta do and I can afford it.
I'll put my money down as soon as dealers start taking orders. I'll then make a video clip and post it on YouTube, hopefully i will be the first. :lol: