just use a necker’s knob.
Meanwhile all the tall people are like “you can rest your arm on the armrest in the center console of <insert sedan or sports car here>?!? I thought those were just to hide the compartment!”
Well done, small furry mammal.
I’m no VW guy, but I sold them briefly. My understanding is that they build a limited number of the 2-door (sport?) model GTI’s at the very beginning of the production run for each model year. They sell pretty quickly but you can usually find a few left on dealer lots. As far as the hatch goes, they are all hatch…
That’s some attitude....
Inb4 a swarm of Audi nominations. I’ll just throw the 4.2 timing chain clusterfuck out there.
Makes it even more appetizing. Very unique, very special, and one wonders why these kinds of colors haven’t been offered more frequently until Ford started marketing the Fiesta in bright colors a couple of years ago. Made for more hopeful times, like the mid-60s.
Yum!! Now THIS is a color to pine for! As inviting as lemonade and key lime pie on a hot day! Studebakers never looked this good before; maybe if they kept color schemes like this, and even ‘metalicized’ some of the less vibrantly colorful tones, they’d still be around.
Try the BRZ instead.
“The papers are getting terribly excited today over reports that Trident doesn’t’ work. Lets try and dissect this hyperbole a little to explore what reportedly happens and what it actually means.
MoD ‘confidence’ in Trident after test ‘malfunction’ - BBC News
(Mod edit -no Mail links in CA)
The basic story is that last…
According to the screenshot you just posted, it’s also $10k more to start and nearly $20k more as tested.
Miata.net was furious that the ND had less power than the NC...
Loewy and Art Deco forever!
I am happy.
Never produced, but an Italian designed Geeeerman car, with a rotary in fact,the Wankel makes it a bit more Geeeerman on the inside I suppose. I love the Glas, nice looking cars.
Poor trigger discipline.
The new Civics will be beautiful once their headgear comes off.
I used to own a 1967 Volvo P1800S, but I can’t recall ever finding out how to shrink it down and convert it into a barber’s chair.
This is a story of old ships, childhood summers, inline-8 diesels and a four-letter word. This is the story of the 52-year-old M/S Amur, a vaguely abandoned 282-ft passenger riverboat. Without this rusty old Danube cruiser, I would not be here.