Leading cause of death in the United States for those over 65 years of age is heart disease. Totally unrelated photograph:
It’s a very convoluted family history, but yes, in a very tortured way, the Jeep is related to the Austin 7.
And I’m the mean, bad, crazy guy, for thinking this is the stupidest thing I’ve read all week.
Bad idea intensifies
warning: you may not want to watch this.
Isuzu Trooper pickup. How rare is that?
(this did not under the cut as expected! sorry. KIINJAAAAAA!/spacely sprocket voice)
it’s in a book, so it must be true
Get it before some flipper gives it a crap respray and tries to resell it for 15K. It’s 3 on the tree for the love of pie!
He told me he found it on the side of the road, and his friends said it was ugly so he put it on this ford.
Here are front wheel drive cars which were available in the U.S. for 1970. I’m sure I missed something, so contribute if you can think of one.
saw this Pontiac Tempest. Yes. It has “rope drive”. Yes, the floor was flat.
Seen in the parking lot - out of state plates.
“that’s not a candy bar!” you say aloud at your computer monitor, I whisper back “it is if you leave the wrapper on”
maybe even the TV too.
...to a citroën?
Decided to swap out the French Marchal lamps for these Spanish made Kinby ones. They don’t have as nice of a beam pattern since they use H1 bulbs (and probably have less well designed lenses) but I like that slim style.
People who actually had to drive through the 80's have little to be genuinely nostalgic about... they do however have lots of hilarious magazine covers to remember.
Pirelli runs this huge two page ad. The winning driver was the original Stig.