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Chinese JiangLing Landwind


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I'm on the New Hampshire -- Masachusetts border.... close to Nashua NH.

I fixed 90% of the damage but the car is still sans grill. It's a driver and that's my biggest priority is to enjoy it for now. As soon as I buy a house wihtt he G/F it's getting the ground up restoration. Here's what the car looks like now.

Are you in N.E.?

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GM's 'shitboxes' aren't the point. Ford, BMW, and Honda have all had similar 'shitboxes' at various stages, but they improved with time.

Landwind is fielded as a brand-new entry from JiangLing. That speaks volumes.


Yes, but GM still built the Astro up until this year...that speaks volumes. A 2005 vehicle that performs that poorly in a crash test is unacceptable, regardless of the manufacturer...
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I'm on the New Hampshire -- Masachusetts border.... close to Nashua NH.

I fixed 90% of the damage but the car is still sans grill. It's a driver and that's my biggest priority is to enjoy it for now. As soon as I buy a house wihtt he G/F it's getting the ground up restoration. Here's what the car looks like now.

Are you in N.E.?


No, I'm on the MI/IN border. I am currently restoring a '68 also. Had some extra parts that could've helped you out with fixing the damage but it looks like you got it back to good! Good luck with the project. Am just starting mine.
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