Tembonanusu

“The most important part of vehicle maintenance is clean windows, so if you are broken down, you will enjoy the beauty of the view.” (Dan Eldon)

Remember I told you the other day that my beloved Tembomoja (a.k.a. ’89 VW Golf II) is retiring soon to West Africa and that I am still undecided upon Tembombili?
Well, with christmas being round the corner, it’s about time for me to show you how materialistic I really am and what kind of (old) cars it takes to turn me on. Yes, they turn me on, they are hot like Lake Magadi, juicy like Nyama Choma with Tusker and stylish like James Kikuyumoja 007 :-)
So, before my brain starts coming back and before it forces me to settle for something like this YOVO-styled VW Jetta running on Biodiesel (!), please allow me to present a short list of cars that I would like to own (0vv//3|)11, d00d311111) drive one day:

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ROVER P5B (this particular one owned by the Queen, btw)

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ASTON MARTIN DB5

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VOLVO P1800S

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FORD MUSTANG (Fastback)

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VOLVO P120

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CITROEN DS

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PEUGEOT 504 Coupé V6

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VOLVO 262 C Coupé Bertone

Of course, these toys are just for the garage. I am more the station wagon type, something durable with 4x4WD and a huge trunk.

UPDATE 27/11/2010: I’ve added the Audi Coupé 100S to my list. Awesome car.

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  1. Woah My friend, those are some classy vintage mobile. Classic cars are really cool !!!. VolvoP120 is cute:-) . Hey Kikuyumoja u r the station wagon type with a huge trunk.U don’t look it …those are family type mobile but what do I know……