GoesLikeHell
goeslikehell
Feb 7
16

I always think of it as being made barely to spec by the lowest bidder

Dec 18
1

Ours had the 1.4 turbo and 6 speed, it was great on the highway, 40+mpg and happy cruising along at 80 all day. Plus all the luxury features of the limited package made for a nice drive. Read more

Dec 18
1

I wish that was the case, I don’t think they shared a single bolt or clip with the neon. They were an americanized version of the Alfa Romeo Guilietta and didn’t carry over anything from previous Chrysler platforms. Read more

Oct 1
11

You'll be right in my backyard almost.  Not sure how long you'll be in the area but if you need a guide to local junkyards, need help fixing something, or just want to witness a collection of 80's turbocharged Chrysler products that will make you feel better about your own mess hit me up.  Also, have a truck, trailer Read more

Sep 9
3

A roof rack with a cargo carrier or bag up top might be the answer for those trips when you need to bring all the gear along.  

May 20 2019
20

That’s an “I’m filling my diaper” look if I’ve ever seen one.  I hope there’s a sensor to indicate a diaper change is required.

May 20 2019
3

I just assume that Nissan buyers are people who want a Japanese car like Toyota or Honda, but don’t have the money or the credit score to buy one, but aren’t Mitsubishi levels of sub-prime yet.   

May 9 2019
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As someone with at least an equal amount of broken cars in his yard as you have I have had good luck with Neons as daily drivers. They don’t have the reputation of reliability that a civic or corolla have, but once sorted they have proven to be reliable and inexpensive cars to own. Read more

Apr 24 2019
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When I participated in 2016 and 2017(passenger/navigator/mechanic) we had the car running on E85 so it was always a quest to find a station with decent E85. Ironically it seems like the more cornfields there are around the harder it is to find E85.

Apr 24 2019
1

Most run a gear vendors overdrive after the trans, at 70mph on the highway they are pretty much idling along, it’s fun to hear a car pass you on the interstate when the exhaust note is the same loping idle you expect to hear on the return road at the track.

Mar 4 2019
2

They are neat engines and make good power for the era and their size, but all I remember is them eating cylinder heads and headgaskets. Read more

Jan 2 2019
2

90 Voyager - base model with factory turbo and A568 5spd, tons of miles, tons of rust (came from Vt to IL), but was a fun cruiser for me from 2003-2007ish when I parked it with coolant leaking from an exhaust stud I didn’t get sealed up after putting a heli-coil. Read more

Jan 2 2019
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I bought my 05 Ram 2500 4x4 in 2008, with the Hemi V8 and G56 6spd manual. At the time gas was about $4 a gallon and Diesel was around $5 a gallon. I didn’t trust the new 5spd autos for towing so Manual was clearly the answer for me as pulling the car trailer is the truck’s primary role. Read more

Dec 6 2018
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You just need some perspective, come help me for a weekend and you can go home feeling relieved that you only have 9 cars. Read more

Sep 18 2018
1

As far as current production vehicles go the Chevy Trax is the one that jumps out to me as a manufacturer just not even trying. I would be curious about how many Calibers are traded on a Trax.