Volvo’s car division is the topic this time
Early Ladas were actually known for their unusually thick steel. It was heavier than the Fiat 124 it was based on.
The BMW K75 slipped out of my grasp, but with today’s find I’m actually kinda happy! While doing my normal Marketplace sweep I accidentally looked a bit out of my normal 80 mile radius. In doing so, I found this 2005 Stella!
The TF was the ugly red-headed stepchild of the MG T Series, satisfying neither the crowd that wanted a bugs in the teeth, as jarring ride roadster, or the people that wanted a modern, envelope body sports car like the contemporary Austin Healey 100.
I’ll take all of them please.
Its like Champagne or Roquefort cheese. It’s only capitalized if it’s from Colombia.
got it! i have been well schooled in my assumptions that corn was what was being used in Brazil and not sugarcane. I stand very much corrected.
Exactly. They never had a chance.
Funnily enough, one of those “Yank tanks” is actually Canadian, a Pontiac Parisienne, built in Oshawa, Ontario to be exact.
That’s because our taxes are included in the prices quoted, unlike in North America (which is something I find utterly bizarre).
That I expected - it would be a way to get around the problem of symmetrical port timing in conventional piston ported two strokes. Pre-war DKW racing motorcycles for example used a bewildering array of arrangements to accomplish this and were very successful in competition.
Maybe I missed something, but I would expect an article about a backlit grill to show the grill being backlit at least once.
Diesel does not wish it had way less range and worse refueling choices.
“I also suspect those flexible connecting rods would fatigue, crack and break after a relatively short service life”
Thats an amazing parenthetical
Over Half of Cars Sold in Norway Are Electric
Weird though thay my be, they are apparently indestructible. Any classic car meet (basically a bunch of folk trying to justify there dreadful lack of fiscal responsibility to others whose predilections are alarming similar) in the UK will have at least one Trojan in attendance. At the risk of self parody, I had one…
Based on my experience of fruit and vegetable competitions at rural shows...it's the visual appearance of each fruit and the consistency in size and appearance across all the fruit in each entry.
This is norskstukare: