I love your cars both, but split-folding tailgates they do not have.
also to be enjoyed: the 155s sounded awesome and were driven by one of my favoritely-named racing drivers ever
particularly funny is that while they were protesting Alfa’s submission, other teams like Ford were busily planning their own be-winged homologation specials themselves
I wrote this article before I saw this pop up on instagram, but touringlegends also posted about this and, really, you should follow this IG account anyway.
What does it feel like having your hands on the wheel but the car still sort of driving itself?
where is he? who knows
it is indeed
there’s a spare tire up front and on the roof
discs at the front, 1776 with dual kadrons at the back. gonna be fun at rallycross events
Datsun, from what I’ve heard talking to old timer rally buys in the U.S., was pretty good for amateur rallying. You could buy a lot of performance and rally-spec add ons from the dealership. That’s why there were a bunch of 510s and 240Zs running everywhere back in the ‘70s.
in houston we elbows, in cali they daytons
Yeah, Porsche tried to start fresh after their last deal was up and....it didn’t pan out. Tesla actually started fresh and it worked, at least for the most part.
that’s basically my Saturn take as well. Great idea! No reason why all of its ideology shouldn’t have been wholeheartedly run through all of Chevrolet instead.
it’s been pretty much a constant:
a couple different southeast asian versions, such as the Inokom Lorimas https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inokom
that’s the one! finally
argh I have seen this van face before I just can’t quite ID it