Albeit an exceptionally rare one.
Without that ratty Italian garbage in the way.
Yup, I definitely prefer this GT-R to the current one made by Nissan.
Love the colors on both.
Was huge, looked pristine.
For those of you who didn’t
heed my shameless plea accept my invitation to follow my visit to Bridge City on Instagram, here’s a dump of some of the interesting cars I saw during my visit. Lots of older stuff, I certainly saw some of the newer high-end cars but as expected it was more old Saabs and Dodges than it was…
BMW 3.0 CSi
As a car person, I can’t believe I haven’t read any of Clive Cussler’s books before. He’s apparently the Jay Leno of authors, with a huge classic car collection of his own, and it shows. This is the first of his novels I’ve read, and it has our heros at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance hunting down a long-lost…
And they left just the one in the fender vent. Probably how I’d do it too.
This will be my first time visiting Oregon, and only my second time on the west coast. I’m expecting lots of good hipster carspotting, so follow me on Instagram (@sol_sees_cars) to see those live. Don’t worry, pictures only, no streaming. I know my friend who I’m staying with has an “old Volvo wagon” of some sort,…
Sadly never with the twin turbo to my knowledge, but this one was in great shape, albeit covered in dust.
But what’s this?