Hello folks. Matt here. I saw a 1984 BMW 5-Series and I’m now in love. What a nice car. Should I get it?
It looks a lot like a renegade!
I have a 80 mile daily commute and a budget of $2000. Need something fuel efficient. Suggestions?
Let me start off by saying, don’t mention any pickups or trailers. We all know pickups and trailers can haul wood. I know a trailer can be attached to a sports car. Which sports car best hauls wood?
Yesterday we spoke of the Subaru Bighorn. It is a rebadged Isuzu Trooper. Apparently, the Trooper was also a Honda Horizon, Holden Jackaroo, Chevrolet Trooper, Acura SLX, Opel Monterey, and Ssangyong Korando Family. The successor may be just as much of a Badge Engineering Whore.
Once upon a time, Subaru had an SUV called the “Bighorn.” Not to be confused with the Ram 1500 SLT regional package (called Lonestar in southern states). This vehicle was the opposite of Subaru. Subaru was making AWD sedans, wagons, and even a sports car. They even made a micro pickup (ute?) called the B.R.A.T. But…
Does anyone here work in the car business as a salesman, sales manager or finance manager? If so, how do you like your job? I’m a finance manager. The most hated person in the dealer. However, I think it’s a lot of fun and you get to meet interesting people. Who on OPPO wants to work in a dealer’s sales department?
It seems like the cars of the 90s are the next wave of classic cars. Like 95 Mercedes S classes and whatnot. Does anyone know what might be the next wave of classic cars that no one really cares about yet?
I guess because Nissan XB.
Pondering buying a Lincoln Mark VII, putting in a mustang 5 speed manual, and adding a supercharger. All while leaving the outside untouched. Any thoughts?