Hey do mine next!
As for all the C8 comments: You’re about to see C8's lined up at your local biker bar every friday night in even the smallest midwestern towns. Even more if you live in a city.
The R8 isn’t rare, but the C8 will soon be as commonplace as a Camry. Also, gated manual.
I LOL’d when I saw the keys on the front seat.
Probably the finest example of a 1990 Chrysler LeBaron GT in existence.
Okay, let's take up a cause against inhaling exhaust straight from the tailpipe; hopefully they kill themselves trying to stick it to us.
I just can’t fathom buying a vehicle with only 84 miles of range for eight hours of charging. No damn way.
But do they match the drapes?
Exactly. Who cares if it has to sit in the driveway for a couple of weeks while you wait on a part? It’s not a full time car at this price point.
Watt were they thinking?
Electric car company cuts corners? Shocking.
I enjoy walking with all of the music in recorded history available to listen to. I can't imagine doing it like this guy, having nothing at his disposal but the first three Rolling Stones albums.
Paul Brown, writer: “Hey, Megan Greenwell, editor-in-chief of Deadspin, I’d like to pitch you a story.”
My wife and I rented a Nissan Rogue a couple of weeks ago while on vacation.
Yes — the C4 was like the light at the end of the tunnel for the malaise era (okay, that proved to be kind of a long tunnel, but still — light!). The clean, subdued styling was a breath of fresh air as well in the last days of disco, and I think it has held up well. It should be better appreciated on these…
To be fair on some of the more legitimate criticisms, it was often much better to just go and buy a circa 3rd Gen F-Body with a V8. Not only did that chassis exist for roughly two years by the time the C4 entered production, but it (1) was often cheaper than it’s C4 brother other than in the highest trims and (2) it…
Eh, I think the C5 is the ugliest gen and the C4 right behind that. The C4 at least has clean lines and doesn’t look over-styled in comparison. Then again I think Kim Kardashian’s ass is obscenely huge yet younger guys love that shit, so I could see the C5 being a hit there.
How much rigidity did a BOF, 60's, fiberglass, thin pillared, body add to the car? Isn't the fiberglass vibration isolated from the frame? I think the 4 speed would make it more entertaining, not necessarily faster.
At that price, it definitely made me flip.
Completely agree. We’re not coming back from this.
Bitterness is a taste that lasts a long time.