Jagvar
Jagvar
9/24/19
6:43 PM
2

Set fire to a pair of shoes as an offering to the gods. Here’s hoping for the best.

8/17/19
12:26 AM
2

Aww, it’s nice to be remembered! Though she must have spotted another barefoot bearded hiking enthusiast, because my partner and I bought our first house this spring and I’ve had precious little time to hit the trails this year. But I still exist, I still have the Phaeton, and I’m still the same shoeless weirdo I've Read more

6/2/19
12:28 PM
1

I actually love the classic Galants. No modern car can replicate the clean lines and the distinct front fascia. The rear was modern and uncluttered. Please, never replace it!

12/8/18
2:24 PM
1

Had one in 1996. First real car. Good car, but its light frame, shape and rear wheel drive made it dangerous to drive in the North East where there is lots of snow and rain.

8/17/18
4:59 PM
3

The Diamante is a seriously amazing car in every regard, and the best Mitsubishi ever built if you want a daily. Seriously. It has the ultimate version of the 6G72. The 5 speed automatic was amazing, no qualifiers. It had none of the stupidity found in the 3kGT’s electronics. It was unbelievably comfortable. There was Read more

8/17/18
4:24 PM
2

You’ve barely driven it! 113K miles in 18 years is small. There aren’t many Galants for sale, but several have over 200,000 miles; it can do it.

3/28/18
9:26 AM
1

The Plymouth is a ‘56 Plymouth Plaza, judging by the extended fins. The ‘55 didn’t have the fins, and the ‘57 was a different body style.
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3/28/18
9:02 AM
1

Just realized 3 is also a 4 door, making it a 1952 Customline most likely.

3/28/18
8:45 AM
1

Pretty sure 1 and 3 are 52-53 Crestline coupes and 2 is a 1954 Crestline 4 door.

11/11/11
3:13 PM
1

I actually own one of the original press kits from the 1997 Geneva Auto Show, complete with full specs and color photographs. U jelly?