Inspired by Borsuq's similar themed posts, I've decided to start a more-or-less regular analysis of some interesting used cars and motorcycles for sale in my country. WARNING: I live in a country with plenty of taxes so it's not my responsibility if the prices flip your head off.

1982 Ferrari 308 GTSi - €33,000

Somehow it looks scruffy. A nice way of joining the MR sports car club though.

1954 Aston Martin DB2/4 - €160,000

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Okay, it's not my intention to show here cars which cost more than 50,000 Euro, but I'll make two exceptions. One of these is this flawless DB2/4, which has been recently restored by the factory, complete with vintage plates. I'll probably never afford it, but still want it.

1972 Morris Marina - €1600

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Very cheap. Ever wanted to own something utterly different? Fuck that, how hard do you want to be different?

1994 Isuzu Amigo - €2000

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Seller can't spell "Isuzu". Judging by his several deconstructions of the Portuguese language he's a hillbilly and this car isn't a good buy. Still, I didn't really know about it so why not mentioning it.

1990 UMM Alter (pickup conversion) - €4200

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Interesting conversion of a local-made off-roader. Wouldn't personally buy it but it is nearby and the price is tempting. Taking in account that it's a reliable truck and good off road, I can't see why I shouldn't approve this, white and all.

1974 Cobra replica - €24,000

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Despite the "427" badges, this well-kept replica is powered by a 1600cc Volkswagen engine. Looks excellent, but wouldn't touch it because of the engine. Or maybe I'd dump the motor and replace it with a V8 sourced from a Ford pickup, but the price is a bit hefty for an incomplete replica that is likely to fall apart.

1993 Lotus Elan SE - €12,500

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Not a fan of this car (I think it's an insult to the original) but the combination of green paint and golden rims is gorgeous. Price is appealing but not necessarily a steal.

1962 Simca Aronde Étoile - €5500

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Judging by the information supplied, it belongs to a collector who has used the car in various events. That is good. The price is fair enough although a gee less wouldn't hurt.

2004 Dodge Ram SRT10 - €43,950

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One of exactly two full-size trucks I like. Price is way, way too high for such a useless vehicle, in my pragmatic mind. However, if you happen to not give a fuck about utility, this is the ultimate ride. Over 25Gs cheaper than the 2006 SRT10 roadster for sale on the same site.

1992 Lancia Delta HF Turbo - €3900

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No, this is not a legit Integrale. This is a HF Turbo which someone decided to convert into an Integrale replica. The HF Turbo was front-wheel-drive and featured a far less powerful 1.6-litre engine, producing just 150 HP (according to the seller). It is well priced, but I'd much rather spend five times as much in a real Integrale. Mileage is too high as well.

2012 McLaren MP4-12C - €240,000

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I've done it again. I know that this has virtually no interest because it's so damn expensive nobody here will ever consider it, but it really is great looking, and rare. Plus...if I have a Marina here, why can't I have a 12C?

1938 Plymouth P6 Deluxe - €39,000

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Seems to have been a rental before. Seller has got all the documents related to it. Price is kinda steep.

1974-1978 Chevrolet Camaro - €39,000

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Seller thinks it's a 1970 model, for some reason. Looks flawless, but there are no specs about the engine. For that price, it better be a V8. (Interesting how 2nd gen F-bodies are a frequent sight in classic car ad websites here)