Never had to winch yourself backward off of a cliff to escape pursuers a la The Monkey Wrench Gang?
My recent pickup: 1973 Fuji Tourer. I paid almost the 1973 MSRP, but it came with a minty Brooks B72 saddle on it that’s almost worth the entire cost. The 27" wheels are off for new rubber. Couldn’t resist this color.
Rabbit you say? Which is a better cecotrophy, exhaust gas recirculation or regenerative braking?
My first JDM car was ruined by a hit-and-run driver and I haven’t been in the financial place to get a replacement (one of the downsides of classic JDM cars being that they are insurable for much less than they sell for), so thank you for the eye candy and the hope that I can pick up a sweet Crown or something similar… Read more
Bought a blue one at CarMax in 2007 and kept it 8 years. Loved the smoothness of the shifter and the overall feel of the car, but yeah, could have used a little more power. Looks really nice from above, too. Saw mine from a rooftop and it has a great taper from front to back.
Too bad some of the horses had to be “method actors” and actually die for the making of the film.
Definitely had that cassette tape in the car growing up.
So is that like 40 years American?
My guess is that the body was rusting and the engine and transmission were they only thing that they could save?
I’d take a gander at this 900se.
Excellent tip. Thank you.
Yep, when that BMW’s lights were blinding me through my rearview mirror on the way to work this morning, the only thing I was thinking was, “Boy, aren’t weak headlights a menace!”
Was the driver of that Plymouth easy to spot inside Advance Auto? I used to go to the adjacent Gourmet Kingdom pretty regularly. It was supposed to be the Authentic Chinese Food option in town.