I own a 1979 volvo 265 with the 2.7L PRV V6, arguably the worst iteration. I haven’t had any problems with it yet, but continue to hear horror stories of it eating camshafts, as well as parts are impossible to find. As for now, because of the odd firing order and a rusty exhaust, it sounds like a mix between an old…
That visual aid...
I still keep an eye out for a 1985-88 Chevrolet Sprint just for fun.
Early 2000's TDI Golf. If you want even more fun put a 4" lift under it and run all terrain tires and it should still get MPG in the mid 30's.
*puts on conspiracy theory hat*
It’s the one with the mid-engine twin-turbo V8.
I’m sure the seats are.
I’m starting to believe that the wrong people are buying these McLarens. They should be confiscated and disbursed to the correct people, like myself.
^^^ READ THIS ^^^ prob the most important advice aside from not sleeping with beef jerky in your pockets..
Nope, which is why the Dempster highway was paved with local stone, rather than the gravel that is usually used. The local stone is pointy shale, and pops tires regularly.
This is why carrying 2 spare tires is a very good idea.
I drove it and punctured my first spare - if I had had another puncture I had another to…
Oldtimer and Youngtimer refer to existing things to describe their age. Modern/future classic is something that could potentially be, but in practice are terms used by delusional people to describe V6 Mustangs in Craigslist ads.
Agreed! They may even be worth the Range Rover’s abysmal reliability!
although the seats look like the toilet-on-a-hitch.
Pfft, my Range Rover had this for a couple of years now.
I assume that would be the bargain version of the fly fishing box option?
“[I]t appears that Chrysler-owned Lambo is concerned about fiscal viability,” Wheels wrote in May 1992, “and has shuffled the P140 to the back burner.”
The most Jalopnik video that Grimes could make isn’t Kill v Maim? What? But it has post-apocalyptic wannabes riding around on a stripped down Windstar!
There’s no gold Hyundai Excel, so I doubt it.