Well any car repaired by David Tracy is bound to be ultra reliable for the rest of its life...
Looks like it worked better for you than Andrew and David:
Deloreans are good.
Had a hella fresh time time at the even, looking forward to the next one!
“Ruined”? Phht. That thing’s probably still on the road!
OMG, I not only remember that car, I drove it — A high school friend got it for his 16th birthday. The motor was nicely revvy to redline and, being of Toyota quality, it did e-brakes and jumped speed bumps with aplomb. The small cabin was great for hot-boxing and the trunk fit a couple pony kegs, easily.
Time travel to 1987.
I always thought it was strange that Toyota never put a 4AGE in a four-door for the US market but you could buy one from a Chevy dealer from 1988-1992 (this car and its’ Geo Prizm GSi successor).
Now how the HELL do I get that wind breaker??
im mostly amazed that someone kept a chevy nova in that condition
Ethan Tufts, the host of the Hello Road video series on YouTube is an extremely rad guy. He has built his video channel around his exploits with obscure 80s cars that most people have forgotten, including the late-1980s NUMMI-built Chevrolet Nova Twin-Cam that is the focus of this episode. He drove that Nova from the…
Well that was fun. I don’t remember the twin cam Nova - that was cool.
Watched it last night! Awesome video! Hello Road has some great content! :)
mmmm...........the 80's , let’s avoid it like the plague.
The radwood shows feel like they should have been a thing for at least for 10 years now, I’m happy they exist.
My grandpa has one of these. Faded blue paint over faded blue cloth interior with an automatic. He brought it home from an auction several years back. I drove it a few times to school when my car was down for a repair or something. Slow, loud and buzzy are the qualities that stand out in my mind. Unfortunately the…