Lmao, I’m from CT as well, and had the same reaction when someone brought it up.
The regular MINI hardtop was too short per the regulations at the time.
it wasn’t THAT bad.
With a full roll-out of the suicides in 2020.
MkIV Volkswagen Jetta/Golf, I’m guessing.
apr has been running a Prius since 2012.
You’re thinking of the Mother Chassis cars.
It’s just the Can-Am 500.
If it doesn’t explicitly say you can’t, then go for it until they say you can’t any more.
It was the 80's and in the UK, very few cars had automatics.
The first generation Countryman was shorter than a Mk4 Golf.
Which is pretty incredible, considering the Lamborghini Countach gained that much weight through it’s run lmao.
This car is in the USA.
Sheetmetal or wood.
Hard to do it proper on any LHD car. Most of those cars have a second throttle cable routed to a motorcycle hand throttle on the right side of the steering wheel. Putting it in the same place on a LHD car runs into issues with space around the center console.
The styling of your average “bosozoku” car is based on the early 80's “Super Silhouette” Group 5 racecars that competed in Japan at the time. Just turned up to 11.