Yeah, a hybrid between a car and a tree.
And thanks to that attitude we got Lamborghini.
This is a bit off-topic, but I never expected to see the new Crows Nest Woolworths car park (in Sydney, Australia) on the front page of Jalopnik!
Comment from Norway here; Against all real-world evidence, Volkswagen is considered a reliable quality brand. The Golf is very successful, too. Honda is, oddly, the pensioner’s brand bar none. They have the lowest insurance rates of all brands, being driven short distances, and carefully; Hondas make splendid used… Read more
Gran Turismo 3 is the reason I’m hunting for a TVR tuscan at the momment... i don’t game much anymore but this was still jalop material in my eyes... and screw Porsche... I'll just drive an old RUF.
Thanks for stopping me. I was just about to sign the check.
Our Boot is really amazing to drive. It’s fantastic on the road and off road floats over bumps. Driving a night stint during pre running was the most fun I’ve ever had in a moving vehicle. We’ve begun to deliver customer Boots and are beginning to build 4DR versions. We be back racing the Baja as soon as racing there… Read more
I have an oddfire 3.8L in my old pontiac. 110 hp and doesn’t rev much past 4K. The spectrum is wide on GM 3.8 V6s (to be clear, i’m not disagreeing with your nomination here, there are plenty of shitty I6's around that are related to the 2JZ as well)
Yeah. I don’t really do upgrades since mine’s an enduro parsh and I just want parts to be easy/inexpensive to source and I want all the service manuals, how-tos and parts catalogs to match up. Buuuuuutttttttt I also don’t wanna futz with things I just worked on for a long, long time if I can get away with it.
Bradley, like I’ve said before, you’re my favorite writer on here. So while I may have some bones to pick with this article, know that I read it all (ok after a few beers so my comprehension is a bit debatable) and enjoyed it.
Thought the market taught Jaguar decades ago that modern Supercar’s don’t have V6's.
Driving an ‘06 911 I find other 997s will wave, older air cooled 911s will wave, 996s rarely wave, and 991 and newer never do. I don’t understand the dynamics at all but I’m always enthused to share a hello with another Porsche lover.