Kappa broken. Been broken for a while actually. Cracked cylinder head. Not interested in fixing it. I had several other issues with the car itself that I do not want to continue driving it. Ride, visibility, too heavy for its own good. expensive spare parts. Worse than a Maxima. About to be sold.
Because I sure as hell never seen one.
Lancia is dead, but there was still a lot of potential.
Torque converters are a great invention.
...Between a DAF 3300 and IVECO 190-42. Enjoy the glorious 1980s German TV production values and the old-school Diesel sound. Includes Jaguar.
Best car I’ve ever owned.
As I am sure you’ll already know four of us (plus one) conceived a mini-meet at the Mazda Classic Frey in Augsburg, Germany. Here’s my point of view.
Once upon a time a certain Multipla enthusiast brought his low mileage Maxima to inspection, only to fail due to a singular rust hole in a non-structural part. Immediately after he began looking for something with actually good rust protection. This however has only ever been achieved by three cars: A Renault Espace,…
Back when RWD was undisputable.
Either of these
With the engine from a Trucks (Pathfinder/Navara)
So I was out driving, as one does on a sunny sunday, on a main country road, perfectly within the speed limit, which is 100kph in this case, literally the least dangerous thing possible.
1995 Nissan Maxima QX SE 2.0: The Oppositelock review.
Should I drop them into a regular ass Supermini like this Mk.3 Clio? It’d be a true euro muscle car.
Been researching ways to do some OEM upgrades for the Maxima. First on the to do list are some period correct 16" or 17" Nissan wheels for the summer. Naturally what comes to mind are Z32 five-spoke wheels.
Drive like an idiot. V6 life.
One of them belongs to my roommate, one to some stoner dude, and one of them is mine.
Europponauts already know this, but a few weeks ago I’ve totaled Maxitwingo aka the Espaceship.