I think our cashlimit for the car is roughly 500€ so it's about 2000pln...
If the vehicle runs and works in tallinn we will take the car to finland and make it a deluxe summer cruiser.
I was born in tallinn at the CCCP era even tho' my memories are vague I still cherish my roots as an Estonian and a former soviet , so it would mean a lot for me to find an old sovietmade car. I doesn't have to be in a mint condition because it's the yourney we're intrested in not the destination.
I take my photos with an original '86 LOMO (not with a cheap copy) I love chebureks and I'm just keen on everything coming from the old soviet countries... Even tho' my parents think I'm a bit loose from the upper compartment, they had to live with the brainwash and the "my comrade"- attitude, for me it's just intriguing.
And I'm not insulting, I'm respecting every single soul that had to push thru the soviet age.
Come to think of it, repairing a -78 Toyota with a pair of pantyhose and a paperclip is impossible, but for the soviet cars they'd be sold as original spareparts.
Soviets had a nice way of thinking i.e the space race: US spent billions on inventing a ball-point capable of writing in outerspace, they got up to writing underwater. At the same time Mr. Gagarin was given pencil...
Sry I got a little off topic.
Exactly. With a 125p people will think that you're either cheap or slightly stupid. With a Zuk they'll know you're mad.
So we should actually be looking for a zuk, a zil, a vaz, a uaz or the italian kind of a 125p? The Zuk got me fired up. :D
And yes I'm cheap slightly retarded and a total nut...