Sold it to a guy I know in Dallas. It’ll be in good hands; the tint and summer tires will work wonders in the heat and sun.
I have three of the greatest accessible performance cars ever built by humankind, but I’d much rather spend time throwing sticks for this fluffy derp. If I disappear from the petrolhead world for good, she takes the credit/blame.
Though if it were a family it’d be the like the Jolie-Pitts: every one adopted from a different country.
Pics taken by the Boston docks near Logan Airport.
This looks like it could be a Top Gear challenge, or at least a Top Gear USA challenge.
I once did a really cheesy recut of scenes from the Lord of the Rings trilogy set to Nelly’s “Ride Wit Me” because Eowyn said that the song’s title in Return of the King. Here it is. Shared to Oppo because it namedrops Range Rovers and Benzes; it could be Doug DeMuro’s theme song.
I have an aftermarket stripe kit on my Saab 9000 that’s a direct throwback to the stickers worn by the original 99 Turbo way back in 1978. Reading over Doug DeMuro’s old column about the evils of up-badging and the subsequent discussion about debadging, I figured that this kind of throwback to older badging is a…
Took my XJR out of hibernation to run the fluids and keep the seals and battery active. Nobody’s mistaking this for a Kia with a body kit.
My Jaaaaag: a Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Low to the ground and with royal appointment to Her Majesty the Queen.
Or something Borg.
I’ve been thinking that the Suzuki X-90 would be the ultimate city beater for a place that experiences winter, and if this weren’t all the way across the country I’d be sorely tempted to pick up a couple of these.
How does a British car show its face at a German car meet? Like so:
Seriously, what is the term? I just put this stripe kit on my 9000.