Are they truly more expensive to produce and engineer or is the sole motivation by manufacturers pricing them more expensive than their gasoline counterparts is to pay them for the gas savings up front?
My car is a wagon.
A couple of months ago I found out this was the result of Factory Five's contest for a rear engine RWD kit car. Uses a 2002-2007 WRX (no STi which is weird) as a donor car. I think it looks pretty sharp and strongly considering it as a project car. I don't know how involved this kit car is to assemble but it seems…
Should I buy a yellow sticker to match my caliper color? or go with the OPPO orange?
Let me introduce you to Truckie. He is a 1989 Chevy S-10 4x4 2.8L 5-spd extended cab pickup. I purchased him in 2006 for a very good deal as I just had a random desire to buy a pickup as a beater. He had 142000 miles, and working everything (plus a stereo).
I'm game and readily whore out pictures of Patty. I should take some new pics with the red leaves next to my house...
Got my cargo box in and put it on last night for cars and coffee. A little taller than I envisioned for the look of the car but I'd actually like to be able to use it for stuff. Does this fit the vision of the wagoneers?
I was reading this article about slushboxes and it brought up something that I recently discussed at dinner with some people for my sisters birthday.
am I too late?
Red wheels, matte black paint and graffiti art on both sides?