In this case, a Chevy Volt or Hyundai Kona makes a lot of sense. But so does a Crown Vic or a Buick wagon. Honestly, an old Ford Falcon with an i6 would be pretty neat and fun.
I’m with you on the chassis swap. Head south, find a mint body with a roasted motor/trans in a junkyard, and drop this powertrain under it. That’s an impossible amount of rust to repair, and as long as you document the whole thing, it won’t hurt the value when these inevitably actually become collectable.
For some reason I thought the current gen Rav4 Hybrid was a PHEV. Odd.
The problem is they have to be wide enough at the top for safe driver egress. which makes the top of it the same width as the cockpit. It can extend towards the nose, which is why it looks sweet from the side profile, but without it being fully enclosed I don’t think it will be able to be better from the front.
Man Reise, Reise was my go to album in early high school. Still solid.
I actually was surprised the other night. I had some eggplant that I was making into eggplant parm based on Alton Brown’s new version that broils a layer of sauce in the pan for a bit. My wife and I tend to add stuff to sauce any time we make pasta so we just buy cheap pasta sauce as a base. Well I grabbed the jar of… Read more
There isn’t data either way regarding the whole Loud Pipes Save Lives thing. The people that say that it works like their loud pipes and try to use it and a few anecdotes about their friend’s ex-husband’s cousin being not hit because he revved his engine once. Those that disagree have ears that they don’t like… Read more
Its like the Cobalt SS N/A and the Malibu Maxx SS, but in Cadillac form a decade and a half later after they said they wouldn’t “water down the SS branding” anymore.