A 1997 Alfa Romeo GTV! For 900 euro, what could possibly go wrong?
Just a friendly reminder that you can love cars and still care about the environment. Remember, with out a little green, the Nurburgring would just be hell.
I've been looking around for a beater to use while I get my real car fixed, and I just found a '91 SHO on craigslist with 102,ooo miles for $900. What are some common problems with them? Anything in particular to look for?
So I knew Rush used mock-ups for some of the shots, but I didn't realize the mock-ups were basically Fomula Fords with F1 body shells built over them. This one is for sale along with a bunch of other props for the film, and I seriously want it. Can you imagine showing up to an autocross in this?
Buy this before I do:
I fine example of classic advertising.
I feel like getting one of these would be such a letdown.
No announcers, no music, just engines.
Wish I remembered this one two days ago:
Lister is back? And they're selling brand new cars from 1958? Color me interested.
I've been looking for a particular car for a while now and pretty much the perfect example of what I want just popped up on the market...but it's in Canada.
Anybody else read this as a kid?
Now with engine noise!
I forgot Magnum P.I. drove a TR7
And you thought the 930 wanted to kill you.
Does Black Gold count?
If you read the italicized portion at the bottom of the flyer, you'll note that along with a heater and close-ratio gearbox, the good folks at Lotus will throw in the body (excuse me, glass fiber reinforced coachwork) of your brand-spanking-new Elan for no extra charge. How generous of them.
Drive to work with James May:
Or alternately: The 1000-ish Kilometers of Adirondack