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was looking at the car today on the drive parked next to my mk3 fiesta. so my celica is the gen7 X-reg year 2000 prefacelift and it stuck me today that the car is 20 years old.

but for some odd reason it just doesnt look like a 20 year old car but much younger. even inside it doesnt feel dated to me.

now maybe thats because im comparing it to my 25 year old fiesta and my brothers 30 year old corrado and relatives older cars (bmw's etc) 

and most of all it drives far better than all 20 year old+ cars iv been in.

 

anyone else get that feeling or is it just me?

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Absolutely relate to this when I get in my 2012 plate astravan it feels so much older than my 2004 celica and my starlet feels 20 years older but it only 5

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I agree, my 1992 GT4 doesn’t feel 28 years old at all to look at or drive in my eyes. I think it’s because Toyota have built them so well.

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Another car i think wont age in looks is the civic which is one shape newer than the ep3. Fn1 i think cant remember. Looks like a futuristic thing. Looks like that dont age too bad. Boxy stuff looks old lol.

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