...did you happen to notice where the steering wheel is located in this car? That's called a fire extinguisher and it is located there for quick and easy access in case of emergency... and unless you have really oddly shaped legs, it isn't usually in the way, most euro-spec or in this case Australian cars have those there and I think it makes a lot of sense.lnkprksoldier - 4/4/2005 7:35 PM
wow nice car. interior looks nice and clean.. except for that red thing in the front passanger seat leg space... [:0] take that out!
I disagree with part of what you're saying. Just because a car is used as a taxi doesn't mean it's a must-have. I've spent a lot of time in the back of NYC taxis and I'd be awfully mad at myself if I ever thought about even possibly buying a Crown Victoria lol. Everything else you said I agree with, however. Six_wheeler - 4/3/2005 6:09 AM
Why one of those German taxis? Those who asked you this are either very stupid or very uneducated.
The next time someone asks you that, ask them whether they thought why they were used as taxis in the first place. But do that only after you've punched'em in the nose first. 
Arabs like V8s.......Six_wheeler - 4/4/2005 4:10 AM
PB, you're right. But a 124 is no Crown Vic. For some reason, the Crown Vic (and several other US-badged rear-drive sedans, for that matter) are very popular here in Arabia. Now I don't know what the hell is wrong with Saudis, but they love'em! They are torquy, reliable cars, and their parts are dirt-cheap, but personally, I wouldn't want to be caught dead in a Crown Vic