By pretty much every measure.
1997 Honda Prelude - 100% Original Stock Base 5-Speed Standard Prelude
I have always wanted to drive one of these for some reason, realizing that, of course, it’s just a Civic with upright seating. But seeing one lifted like this only makes me want to try it more.
(EDIT: I didn’t realize that Kanye actually produced this song w/ Talib. Oops.)
As I’ve mentioned previously, I pass COTA on my way to and from work every day. So I often see some interesting vehicles on their way to the track.
This is gorgeous! Still hope to see a race here someday, considering it’s almost in my back yard.
... for the car market in Vietnam, anyway.
Saw a car hauler carrying some race-prepped cars, headed toward COTA, that somehow managed to veer off into the center median at Hwy 71 and Kellam Rd. Looks like maybe the driver got cut off, and he had to make an evasive maneuver. Everything looked like it was undamaged, but it may be awhile before the hauler can be…
I’m looking to borrow or rent a small trailer for an afternoon, flatbed or boxed doesn’t matter, just has to fit a small loveseat. I need to move it across town sometime in the next week or two, and I’d rather throw money or beer at a fellow Oppo than U-DoIt.
1998 Chevy Blazer LS, 2 door, 4wd, 234,000 miles, has been serviced regularly.
... is fucking gross.
Shortened the rear about 3 inches, basically just to remove the notch behind the rear glass. Turns it from a pseudo-wagon into a proper hatchback. A vast improvement, in my opinion.
Remember when Honda engine swaps were a thing?
Let’s say, hypothetically, you live in Texas, which is also in America, and like most Texans you drive a pickup (a dark-colored, mid-90s, quad-cab F150 with a side-exit exhaust, perhaps)...
All new cars should have an electric crawler motor for navigating parking lots and driveways, that works in both forward and reverse. This way we could at least move our cars around without having to burn gas.
97 Accord, 181K miles, minty-fresh condition, and it’s a manual. $2100!!!
* FOOD LUBE INTENSIFIES *