A Camry liftback! With window shades, people!!!
Camry SE V6 COUPE, PEOPLE!
Don’t think this has been shared, and just saw this last night. How is someones dream to drive (they say race, its not a race) a Toyota Camry on the F1 track of Monaco? I just had to laugh, and share of course.
Only in the Pacific Northwest.
Yes, it’s true: a Turbo Diesel Camry exists, and one that has sat for God knows how long is for sale!
Steel blue Camry SE V6 Coupe. Want!
Earlier tonight I hung out with a friend that I don’t hang out with all the time. Among other concerning things he told me, he told me that his dream car is a 2016 toyota camry.
Had to make a trip down south for the weekend, so I rent a standard car from Alamo. Had to pick between an Altima (eww), Sonata (eww), Buick Verano (hell no), or Camry (decent enough).
My Camry FINALLY shows up on Bing Streetside (their ghetto version of Google Street View) a year and a half after the day I drove past the camera-equipped Highlander(?) on my way to work.
No it’s not a bronze SC400 with the gold package I want but it is about one-third of the cost and disposable as hell. It’s been on their lot for a while so I’m thinking they could take even less. Also, check out that sweet blue SVX in the background.
Welcome to Ridiculous Rebadges, a series of articles in which I go through and examine the details and circumstances surrounding some of the more infamous and some of the more esoteric vehicular rebadges throughout automotive history.
Shit, I’m gonna need new Oppo stickers.
Replaced my Caliper Sunday, and all is right in the braking world. Took it for a drive and the clutch pedal was juddering a bit. Clutching in was making more noise than normal.
So that’s why I get random vibrations at 50+, hard brake pedals when parked, and I smell hot brakes from the right front some times.
It did not hold.
Or so I am told.