Flavien Vidal
flyingfrenchy
Jul 17
1

Oh, Sambar Dias Classic! There was one in New Jersey that unfortunately sold while our governors were still in a peeing contest over quarantining.

Jul 1
1

Best thing I’ve heard all year!  It’s such a cool rare car.  

Jul 1
1

That car is gorgeous, I forgot you still had it!

Jul 1
1

I love this thing!  The 85 I had was over 170k when I passed it on to the new owner.  Did you have a change of heart and decide to keep it? 

Mar 23
2

That narrow climb in the sixth photo would be a little hairy in a full size rig! 

Feb 4
64

Exactly. I’m 7'1" & have owned Celicas, Jettas, Passats, a Thunderbird SC, a Focus, Crown Vics, a Saab 9-3 convertible & a Jaguar XJR. You’ll note there isn’t a single SUV on that list & I fit in them all just fine. Of course, I also have a sub 40 inch waist measurement too. People who claim they “need” an SUV because Read more

Jan 7
2

Not really surprising considering that there already is a Toyota City in Japan (in Aichi Prefecture, and yes it is named because Toyota is based there).

Jan 2
1

Minor nitpick: Ghosn was born in Brazil.  He has passports from Lebanon, Brazil, and France.

Jan 2
89

I don’t know the details of Ghosn’s case, but I will say this: Japan has a 99.9% conviction rate. Their justice system has flaws that I can’t quite support. When he says it’s a rigged justice system, he’s not wrong. Getting a fair trial, by American standards at least, is impossible in Japan. Read more

Dec 20
1

Yes. I know that. If it had been specifically made for the US market it would be J and 17 digits. This has gotten lost in translation online. 

Nov 19
1

Exactly. This is why the Germans are so serious about properly managing their lane position. It’s incredibly dangerous if they don’t. There are cars doing 200+ kph on the same road with tiny econo-cars that have a max speed of ~100 kph. Germany also has incredibly strict requirements with frequent testing for what’s Read more

Nov 12
5

FWD means understeer, which requires nothing more than letting off the throttle to correct. Read more