Miata. No one left to judge me.
I think William Shakespeare would have enjoyed the romance of open-topped motoring. Shifting gears on B-roads through the UK countryside, full of sounds and fury signifying nothing but fun!
I love me some amber turn signals
I like the way you think. A cultural exchange. If they want to load the back of the wagon with some Kolsch I would not complain, either.
A red 2012 Saab 9-5 SportCombi
Would not exist without the BMW X6.
Dodge Stealth R/T
I would argue that the Ford Flex is an *extra* tall wagon more than it is a Crossover/SUV thing...
The list of wagons that should be for sale here in the States in too long and too painful to really comprehend. Wagonation's coverage of the NAIAS is painfully amusing.
A sticky one indeed.
Somebody did a very good thing. *applause*
Brown Diesel Wagon
The Brown Wagon
And don't forget, somewhere they found a crate full of seventies Fiat reliability and welded that in too.
TVR Griffith - arguably the most beautiful Frankenstein parts bin car ever made. Rover engine, rear lights from a Vauxhall Cavalier, ashtray (remember those) form an Austin Allegro, brakes from a Escort Cosworth 4x4, radiator from a Range Rover, and the sound of it from GOD HIMSELF.
Fiero is always the answer.
Posted this before...
I always thought the Honda Civic and Kia Forte looked very similar
I think it's fairly common knowledge, but 1st-gen Celica GT lift back and '69-'70 Mustang fastback. Especially the USDM Celicas with the tri-bar tails: