The Supra and STi would look ~27% better without a crude piece of stamped metal on the front of them regardless of being true to their homeland.
Minus a million for that “IMAGINATION” one not standing in a box.
Their use in other countries doesn’t make them any less tacked-on looking.
I’d rather company try to capitalize on trend rather than pointlessly attempt to shut down anything that might “damage the brand” so kudos on them for that.
Smart business move. These will definitely sell.
When spec BMW E30 racer Corey Smith’s shifter broke during a recent race in Florida and left a two-inch nub in its place, he just kept driving until he crossed the finish line and got a break before the next race. But even that wasn’t enough time to totally remedy the problem, and Smith went back out for his final…
I don’t drive to Moab to cover EJS
“the little mail carrier proved its mettle," what little remained, anyhow.
You missed the actual Jeep Jamboree . Not exactly a resounding sucess. Next year I want to read about the actual event.
But but he never stopped to think about whether he SHOULD do it!
My van has around 245k miles on the body.
There is “one” remaining 1983 Corvette. A number of pre-production cars were made.
Just like there is a 1989 ZR1! Though they were press cars I think.
Modern units are all in the ECU as some will record a host of engine/vehicle data, when CELs are activated.
I’ve always been taught that if you can see the black flag it is for you. You go in and verify with the head official that the flag was for you. If it wasn’t, you get to go back out. If it was you get to go park and talk about what you did wrong. Not to mention you check every single flagging station for flags and you…
The default PIN code needed to program transponder keys for some early 2000s Nissans is “5523", or when said in Japanese, “Go Go Ni San”.
I think almost all new cars store the mileage in the ECU or somewhere else outside the instrument cluster, but during the 90s and 2000s it was pretty common for the instrument clusters themselves to retain that number.
The Ford GT40 used tail lights from the Chevy Corvair.
The Nissan Pulsar GTi-R is one of the less luxurious cars that could come with an umbrella holder in the frame.