Found this while perusing Craigslist.
NPOCP suggestion: This 1987 AMC Alliance GTA Convertible is going for $3,999. Want to drive something unique? Seems like this could be it. I don’t know anything about these cars. What do you think?
It's a 2013 Subaru Forester with a manual transmission. He and his wife have been offered a great opportunity to do volunteer construction work. So they have to sell their car. Here it is, 2013 Subaru Forester
Saw this at a local restaurant. A family of 4 fit in it. I talked to the owner for a minute. His father had bought it new. Everything is original except the paint. Only has 30,000 miles.
I don't know much about them but I think it has a good look to it.
Not much is said about this Mitsubishi, but apparently it is "BUSHPROOF-LONG LASTING-ULTRA CAPABLE". You can use to go on adventures, as the seller states, "GO TO SEE AMAZING 4WD WILDERNESS DESTINATIONS!!" The copious use of CAPS LOCK really makes the vehicle seem it is worthy of the $69,000 buy it now price. So what…
This 1985 Toyota Corolla AE86 is for sale on eBay. Unfortunately, I don't think any amount of buffing will fix it. Well, it might remove the paint, which would be a plus. But that's about it.
I was perusing eBay, looking at motorcycles. I like to do that to continue the cycle of sadness of not having money. Anyway, this time I found a 1986 Pulse Litestar.
Blipshift is having a contest on facebook for a new "Apex Everything" shirt design. Here is my submission:
GM sourced the v6 in their Saturn Vue's from Honda. Like Toybaru, should it be called the Satonda? Honturn? What do you think?
Applying my Blipshift sticker.
Now that my parents live in Brighton, Michigan, I will finally be going to the Detroit Autoshow after far too many years away. However, I will be going the second Saturday, the 25th. Should I avoid Jalopnik for a week to be surprised? Or just read the reports on Jalopnik anyway? Decisions, decisions...
So this someone on eBay is selling a 1972 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 4x4. He photoshopped in a cg girl into the first picture.
Maybe not necessarily fun, but convenient at least, parking. Got to work with no time to spare and there was only one spot left.
This 1987 Volkswagen Bus/Vanagon has a buy it now of $48,000. Perhaps there is something about that I'm missing, but this kind of money can get you much more than this. I don't think it's uniqueness qualifies it for such a high price. What say the rest of you Opponauts?
On the way home from work just now, I saw a yellow smart car pulling a trailer. The trailer looked big enough to put one ATV on it, but it was currently empty. I didn't think there were hitches even available for a smart car.