So, I’m selling my beloved 2005 Nissan 350Z in order to replace it with a classic car, and I got a rather surprising response. »
Hey it’s free if anyone is interested. Also what do we think it’s from. My bet is late 90s early 2000s Swedish compact to mid size sedan (9-3/9-5/S40/S60). The sedan (or if it is a Saab, 4Dr lift-back) part is a given with the tunnel opening. »
Here’s a ‘77 Celica for $7,000. Oooh, $7k, must be in decent shape huh? A real survivor. Well how about NO!!!
You have 4000 dollars. You’re mechanically and electronicly adept, and time, space and tools aren’t much of an issue. You also have a reliable DD. Which do you choose? »
Oh my goodness... when I was a kid in the 80s, these were everywhere... I haven’t seen a single one in years. And there’s a good reason for that. Asking $4500 »
I saw this on Craigslist near me. Holy mother of want. Anyone want to get an oppo f1 car, we can just put an ls in it.... »
A few days ago, I noticed that Tavarish hadn’t posted an eBay challenge in a while, so I took matters into my own hands and created the “Oppo Craigslist Challenge.” »
I found the car I want. It’s small. It gets good gas mileage. It has four wheel drive and is a truck. What we have here is a 1990 Subaru Sambar Pickup, and I’m in love. It’s over 25 years old, so legal. It has a title, which means that you shouldn’t have any trouble keeping it on the road in Florida or in some other… »