Not bad, I bought my 90 with 155k 100% stock for $1700. But I had to replace the braking system, suspension and tires immediately.
Another thing to watch for is some of these cars now have the ability to limit features like top speed and things of that nature I once rented a convertible Mustang (enterprise) but because the MyFord system allows them to play with settings I could only turn the radio up to 60% which was not enough to cover the wind…
Has anyone rented a car through Turo before? I’m going to be in Los Angeles for a long weekend and was looking to rent a sports car on the cheap. Based on what I’ve seen I could get a Mustang, 3 Series, A3, A4, Challenger, Camaro, etc for around $50-80 a day.
Step #1: live in a state that requires only a rear plate.
You could do what a Florida man by me tried
They still work at 220mph.
Over 180 mph, evidently.
I was an ordinary person once before, I yelled through the woven-Kevlar window net at the wide-eyed librarian. Some sound tried to escape her mouth, but it was muted into nothingness by the pounding exhaust note of the zoomies. Explaining myself was pointless but I had to keep trying, I told myself as I slotted easily…
Dad and I took a full sized door in our ‘93 Camry with the trunk closed. We just moved the seats forward.
I was watching 21 Jump Street at home when I made up this post. Glad some picked it! I need to find someone to see The Nice Guys with me. I think it will be more fun to watch with a buddy.
I wonder if they thought it would fit before they got it
I’ve had to move a 2.8 cu. ft minifridge that wouldn’t fit in my trunk. I had to keep the trunk lid down with a bungee cord.
But you killed it while having great vehicles, and that’s all that matters!
I’ll call my guy.
And just think, once Amazon gets it drone delivery system up and running in earnest, you can literally shoot down free shit from the air.
Love these. It’s a land yaht no doubt. My dad had one in the 80's when he lived in Florida. As far as the price, he paid $1500 for it in 1988.
I’m not sure they’re super common anywhere, to be honest. There will be between 0-3 at any given time on my local classifieds. That’s including shared platform Thunderbirds.
For $3500, I’d say it’s actually legit.