wbizarre - OEM fetishist
wbizarre
2/21/20
6:30 AM
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That actually doesn’t look much taller. The new trucks do extend lower to the ground for aero reasons, which gives the appearance of a taller face.

2/8/20
6:29 PM
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I said they ended with no racing presence. The older rally Celicas are well-known and appreciated. Actually, since Toyota is working with Subaru anyways, it’d be cool to revive the Celica nameplate as a 4wd coupe.

2/2/20
4:45 PM
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The Wrangler doesn’t look angry out of the box either. That’s where the aftermarket steps in, letting angsty bros express themselves to whatever degree they desire. I can already imagine the ebay search results for “honda e angry grille”.

1/17/20
1:14 PM
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Man, once the 370z is gone for a few years, people will lust after those late model year cars. It’ll be a recent car that feels old school. All the things that make the Z seem dated now will make it timeless in the future. No infotainment? Good! No turbos? Great! Manual trans? Freaking fantastic!

1/15/20
7:19 PM
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The 86 was less outsourced, right? Didn’t Subaru only take care of the engine, and Toyota did the rest? But I get what you’re saying. I also don’t really buy the “we couldn’t do it alone” argument from Toyota. The clearest counter-example for me is the Alpine 110. Here’s another Cayman-rivaling revival of a historic Read more

1/15/20
5:50 PM
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I’m no Celica aficionado, but I don’t think the Celica would be subject to controversy as the Supra was. The 2jz was a big reason for the Supra’s legendary status, but as far as I know the Celica’s engines are not “sacred”. Celicas never loomed large in pop culture, and rwd Celicas have been gone for a long time. The Read more

1/8/20
10:26 PM
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Got a nice ring to it, kinda like those trademarked transmissions i e.Torqueflite”. “Now available with the smooth power of the Astro-Glide automatic Transmission”