I have always wanted an Esprit V8.
Mint condition, low mileage examples of lots of 25+ year-old cars (not just ’90s SUVs) are going to cost a pretty penny. That’s just how it goes.
But the question, really, is whether XJs will ever get like Grand Wagoneers, where not only minty fresh ones are pricey, but also ones in just “okay” condition.
I sorta doubt…
Also comes with the bonus of actively trying to kill you as the driver.
Didn't he just buy Ford GT too?
I saw the picture, I saw the name Sir Vival, and I started wondering why you misspelled Jason Torchinsky “Elizabeth Werth.”
“if I was renting a car the rental agency would fix it”
It sounds like a very nice vehicle indeed - provided of course it isn’t plagued by the numerous gremlins Range Rovers are known for.
He’s the trois of the late evening menage. He ain’t missing out.
I like the title “Took The Money And Ran, Suckas,” personally.
Not a comeback without a Trail variant. I’ve spent many hours up in the mountains with my 1984 Trail 110, usually loaded down with camera gear.
You must be talking about the Cayman GTS. There’s a 911 GTS that’s $20k more than the T, which Zack and Andrew are almost definitely talking about, not the Cayman.
Parked then ran
What is this, a pro tip?!
That’s right. And when you upgrade to the next phone, you’ve effectively only paid an “upgrade” price, because you’ve gotten most of your money back from selling the previous one in such great shape.
The article will be titled: “Why buy a new Keurig machine when you can buy this five year old Alfa Giulia instead?”
Today I happened upon one of the coolest displays of automotive history I’ve ever seen: An absolutely tiny Trabant museum sitting on the second floor of a vehicle inspection shop near Prague in the Czech Republic. Here’s a look inside the amazing little gem.
This is pretty common. They say the vehicles could be a health hazard (rodent/insect breeding ground), environmental hazard, ect...
At 6:30 this video turns into an 90 second infomercial for Dashlane!
It already exists, its called WagonMasters, it’s been around for more than a decade, I’m surprised that they made no mention of it here, then again, guess I’m not surprised.
Nobody tell David...