They apparently named this car after the answer someone gave to the designer when he asked, “how do you like it?” Cool graphics, though. It was the Portuguese Hummer, hence the name, hilariously. Peugeot diesel powered. The Pope rode in one once.


Le Car Le Moteur Le Swap

Time for the Le Car to get a new heart. The old motor was starting to sound like sleigh bells. And, yes, it I am going for something bigger. A 1.4 out of an ‘81! A whopping 62HP as opposed to the original motor’s 55. It’s going to be a rocket. I’m not really an LS swap kind of guy. I like to experience old cars as…


Renault Return?

I’ve heard some rumblings that with Renault-Nissan’s acquisition of Mitsubishi, we could, maybe, possibly see Renaults come back to the U.S. using the Mitsubishi dealer network. As a Le Car owner, I think it would be great. I’ll take a Clio RS. Ghosn doesn’t say anything specific in this article, but he does mention…

Car People Are the Best

So, the engine in my Le Car demolished itself which bummed me out. And, I’m thinking, “where the fuck am I going to find another Renault Le Car engine?” Well, one Facebook post later, and the fine folks from the Renault Club have found me 5. Now I want four more Le Car bodies. Thank you car guys.