Yeah I lucked out I guess!
Actually this isn’t Angeles Crest. Close though. Little Tujunga Road. But I do take my own slow shitty cars on the Crest! :)
Yeah it was a big no from the owner. Also, in full disclosure, the Humvee handled slightly better on these roads than the DeLorean I recently rented.
Going to try to get the team to race LeMons at Sonoma in March!
Haha! Yes that is mine. Glad you enjoyed it. A joke that we took too far, became internet famous for a minute, and then mostly just sits in my garage. Was fun to dust off the cobwebs and get it out to Radwood.
It was fun, but this one is going for quite a bit more than my usual $1,500 car purchase budget will allow.
Awesome! Thanks, glad you enjoyed it!! :)
Funny it looks so similar to Yakima. This is just outside of Los Angeles. Little Tujunga Road.
I will try to post here more often! Went through a lull. Fleet is doing... okay. I have too many cars and not enough talent or time to fix them all. 😬 Next big project is to get the brakes fixed on the ASC/McLaren Turbo Grand Prix!!
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Aw thanks so much! Sorry if the Scion video brought the 😭!!
Haha yeah there are certainly a few flaws! All of these NUMMI Novas lost their headliner at some point. Only real missing pieces are the Twin Cam wheel center caps—which are impossible to find!
The 7500 RPM redline makes this car kind of hilarious. I would have loved for this to have been my first car—but would have likely ruined it with similar antics!
Yeah—a four door Corolla GT-S would’ve been rad! Nova Twin Cam and Prizm GSi were the only U.S. 4-door 4AGE options during this time. (I also have a GSi because I’m apparently NUMMI crazy. Vibe GT may be next on my list.) :0
I was surprised that the wind breaker was in such good shape! I thought most jackets with these patterns would have been burned by now!
Yep. Slow, loud, and buzzy do indeed come standard with this car!
That’s a great way to put it. Imma wear plaid pants and a pocket protector and not care what y’all think!