On a related note, I am happy to see the erebunicorp website is still up. Spent a lot of time drooling over bodykits there in the late 90s.
718 Boxster sounds just plain awful. Z4 isn’t as fast, or as good looking, honestly.
They crammed a 3.5 v6 in there and it looks pretty tight, but with some finagling it can probably be done.
Too early for this man
In an alternate universe, this car would be my daily-driver while my Pontiac Banshee would be my ‘weekend’ cruiser.
It’ll be called the Mitsubishi 3000GT
The Mitsubishi Lancer Engelbert Humperdinck EVO
At least it isn’t called the Eclipse XL. A bunch of us would freak out.
This is cooler. And also manual and AWD still.
About the wheels, there’s a wheel/fender law(?) , or at least there was when I lived there 10 years ago..the wheel can’t exceed the width of the fender. I’m not exactly sure how aftermarket fenders come into play. A friend of mine was big in the tuners there, he told me people would swap tires out to pass inspection.…
I can’t speak to your knobby tire question, but as for the first one it is a matter of regulation.
I have a first gen 2 door Montero (which always gets dragged up in the comments by me) and I know your sentiment exactly. I am driving that thing into the ground then I will hunt down another.
I grew up on that lake. There are parts that are so deep they’ve yet to be charted.
There’s a Navy deep water sonar testing barge anchored in the middle as well.
It’s deep. And cold.
People disappear in the Finger Lakes.
Phish is doing bonnaroo this year. They tried to do the glenn for a second time this past summer but had to cancel day before when the glenn’s water supplies were deemed unpotable after several days of heavy summer storms overwhelmed the water processing plants. I did not go but I had friends who were already onsite…
Get ready for overpriced bottled water and pent up anger that boils over on the last day with free candle handouts and Insane Clown Posse egging the crowd into being true Juggalos.
As classic Ford Broncos become as precious as Porsches and 200,000-mile Toyota Land Cruisers manage to maintain ridiculous prices, it’s getting harder to find a cool and capable SUV for reasonable money. If you’re lamenting this too, then it’s time to learn about the Mitsubishi Montero.
Yeah, parts are quite expensive. Like I said, I had the alternator on mine go out and a replacement was quoted at $1300CAD. Luckily I was able to get it repaired.
All of the great homologation specials — the BMW E30 M3, the Lancia Delta Integrale, the Plymouth Superbird — have all been discovered and cost more and more every year. Except for one. This is the Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution, and you will be amazed at its reputation just as much as its shockingly low price.