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5/27/20
1:44 PM
2

This RAV4 is actually a 1998 mid-cycle refresh with the soft-top, the twin-part front headlights, a three-part rear lights and the snazzier alloys. The front bumper was also updated and there were different options for interior colors. This beauty aslo has the optional side-bars and there was a rear matching bar with Read more

5/27/20
1:42 PM
19

Some of David’s fleet have been dead for a while, yet he keeps molesting the corpses. One day, his army of zombie Jeeps will either turn on him, or he’ll loose them on the world, bringing about the End Times (we’re not quite there yet, despite what it may feel like to some).

5/20/20
12:10 PM
2

Ah yes, Casa Gallardo, the cousin to restaurant chain R8 Haus.

5/20/20
10:05 AM
2

My friends and I bought a Renault Alliance in 1996 for $100 that had low-test coolant that had been allowed to freeze. Once we got it to a friend’s apple orchard, the destruction of the Alliance commenced. Crashing into trees, a little sledge hammer and splitting maul body-work, rifle impacts, and finished her off at Read more

5/20/20
9:37 AM
5

Little know fact: The chimichanga has more horsepower than this Renault.

The More You Know” 

5/20/20
9:31 AM
5

Eat enough of the food at Casa Gallardo topped with hot peppers or sauce, and you can create your very own Renault Alliance the next day. They were the worst of the worst of cars during the Malaise era.

5/20/20
9:26 AM
4

Had the same issue. Also three steering racks in 4 years of ownership.

5/20/20
9:26 AM
1

We had one of these in the mid-80s. My dad’s least favorite car, ever. It was a total POS, and snapped a halfshafts every 25k miles. After then 2nd one at 50k he bought a 1988 Plymouth Sundance Turbo with the 5spd. Even with what a crapcan that was it was still a huge improvement in every conceivable way.

4/23/20
1:18 PM
1

Thank you for the photos. They’re all beautiful, but, oh, that maroon Ferrari 410 Superamerica is amazing.

4/23/20
11:08 AM
1

We went a few years back and it was simultaneously the 50th anniversary of the GT40 and BMW’s 100th. There were probably 25 GT40s lined up there, including the Le Mans entrants. Read more