First off... lol all these expensive American "taco shops" *cough cough Pat Bateman..Stef..* . These are real tacos!!!!

You start with a trip in a typical Nissan Tsuru taxi to pretty much any street corner or establishment. Then you get completely bombarded by a representative of each food stand. All shouting very loud for you to go to their booth. Guerooo! Joveeen! Guerooo! You get your huge, made from scratch and 10000% delicious plate of food which is complemented with fresh out of the stove tortillas the size of SLAB wheels delivered every 5 minutes or so. If you didn't guess by now, I went to visit my wife in Mexico DF this weekend. Here are some cars parked right in front of where we were chowing down. With so many yummies everywhere, I have no clue how she stays at around 100lbs. I'd be in the 400's by now lol :]

Name the cars below

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Next on this Post of Many Things... My Secret Senna arrived!!!!!!!!

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Thanks a zillion bazillion whoever you are!!!!! I likes me some diecasts and especially of the glory days of Toyota's motorsport history. Speaking of.....

Hello OPPO, long time no see! I did make some random little posts here and there but beside LaLD and a million things going on, I choose to stay away from OPPO. Yes, it did have to do with this and that. It was honestly getting quite silly. The stigmas in general, like KDS and Kuckfinja said, are getting extremely old. More than anything, it was more about car bashing at the time than the classic OPPO environment.

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Still, I've come to realize that this will never change. Disappointing for OPPO standards. I guess i'm the only dummy that thought rule number 1 applied to cars, since as enthusiasts, they supposedly have souls right?

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Mexico DF is truly a automotive paradise for many many reasons. As mi paisano Vicente mentioned, it mixes global cars the Americans lust over with standard cars we see in the US that Europe doesn't. Still, as Americans, we are spoiled and most enthusiasts are brainwashed. I've driven a Seat Leon, Renault Sport Megane, VW Polos, and that sort of US lust cars. Just a quick reminder, my butt is professionally tuned to high end cars/supercars. You can clown on a Toyota Yaris all you want kiddos, a VW Polo is the saaame thing. You enter with a mind set of WRC and the Champion VW Polo. But NO!!! It is just another little dinky eco car. Just like a Peugeot 206 or a Corolla. I mean, just check out most of the mainland European CCIARAT episodes. These forbidden fruit cars are just regular eco cars like here. There is no difference.

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Neither those US lust cars or the ones clowned on OPPO are not bad cars. None are. Same amounts of grip, power, and steering feel. It is just that brainwashed factor I think. Thanks Top Gear! Like a young enthusiast was telling me. All while bashing the American built TRD Tacoma. Accoring to him, it is "just another shitty American truck build by idiot rednecks in Texas with some fancy stickers. My dad's 4cyl Hilux on the other hand, that thing can be set on fire, flooded, and drive to the North Pole and be completely fine. LOL!!!!!

As you can see in those beautiful panoramic pictures I took, Mexico is a vast place. Mustangs, Tahoes, and the standard E-Class type of cars are not very common. Loved ones tell me that they would love to have a new Camry, a late 80's American tank, or even the common Chrysler 300. Cars enthusiasts bash on a daily basis. Why hate? But more than anything, why should I care if enthusiasts go on these hateful tirades. We are all free to say what we want right :] I think I have excepted the fact the the pure hatred towards some cars and some car cultures will never end. I'll just continue to bite my tounge and rejoice when beige bites back :]

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Now... for some classic ULY, look what I found at Target!!!!!!

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