and you would have thought the French would have come up with something like that first, not, of all people, the Germans.
may as well add the “MERCEDES” script in the bottom right corner of the grille as well.
i think the intention of calling it a “butthole” is that it’s less of an “anus” and more simply an “orifice located upon its posterior”
does it have hydropneumatic suspension?
what’s that, no?
2001, hell yeah!
I’m wondering if an unmolested spitfire in that condition would even be worth $4,750.
anyone who takes a commonly modified car, and does the complete opposite of what everyone else is doing.
take this ‘28 buick, which was made to look pretty much stock, but was given a genuinely fast EV conversion.
am i the only one here who would leave all the vegetation on it, drop the suspension right to the ground, and make a weird rat-cruiser thing?
I think liftback can be used as opposed to hatchback whenever the leading edge of the cargo door does not swing further back than the rear bumper of the car.
ah yes, the 2021 BT50. the front end design they should have done 5 years ago.
to be fair, it is hilarious.
just look at that smug ass little leaf spring bracket.
I think a lot of die-hard fans would be resistant to the change.
If Corb Lund taught me anything, all you need to get traction in the mud is a couple of bags of engineered canola seed.
*sigh* will someone just call me when they bring back the wolseley hornet?
a: porsche 356, it seems close to a vw type 1 but with twin carbs.
b: porsche 911, that fan shroud seems familiar.
c: i don’t know, a steyr puch or something?
d: citroen gs?
e: vw type 1, if you’re on jalopnik this should be obvious.
f: corvair, the relatively inefficient intake packaging looks very american.
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