Might be their upcoming twin turbo V8, although that’s supposed to be for the LC-F, not necessarily for an LS.
That’s fair. USDM cars are indeed not their typical stock. Although they do have a bunch in their “PRIVATE COLLECTION NOT FOR SALE” section on their website for some reason. Read more
It’s a USDM car, so...Pimp My Ride.
I too know the woes of having an ‘88 Fiero GT project. I got mine for free last summer, and it’s such a mess that I decided to get a different project car for the short term to get myself back into the swing of fixing up cars. I look forward to seeing your control arm rebuild process, and good luck with the sale.
They need your contact information too.
Probably the IS-F. The only one of those I’ve driven is the Focus RS, and I know I wouldn’t want to live with one everyday. The others I’d have to test drive.
No problem. I’ll shoot them a message and see if I can check it out Friday.
If I am able to go look at it, what specifically do you want me to look at? I’m very much out of my element when it comes to SUVs, but I assume I’m going to check for rust and leaks and general running condition. Anything else?
I visited Ashland last summer. No trains passed though.
That’s me in the corner
I’ve seen it on the Camry a few times, yeah, and there’s a 2nd gen LS near where I work that has it, and it looks pretty good on that. It was also on the equivalent Crown to the 2nd gen Aristo, and in my opinion works a little better with the more conservative styling.
That is nice. I’ve seen it on a few Toyotas here in the US, and it was quite common on them in Japan. I found a single example of a 2nd gen Aristo with it on Goo-Net.
Yeah. The hiring of an accomplished European designer like Giugiaro for a car that shares a chassis with one of your flagships does come across as a bubble economy idea, as does the Aristo name (not to mention the legendarily overbuilt engine). But it has aged well when done right. I don’t know if we got them in the…