Because 2 liter, 8000rpm V6. Also pretty. Also the front seats, and only the front seats, are blue, and it came from the factory like that.
Today’s Goo-Net Showdown will pit a quartet of lesser known luxury sedans against each other.
SUPER-CLEAN BLUE CITY TURBO!
As cool as the early 90s Kei sports cars were, they aren’t as cool as this. In fact, nothing in the entire world is as cool as this custom 1973 Honda Life Step Van, built by a man who we can only assume spent his whole life on second base.
What a difference a year and a half makes. In September 2014, this practically new 1991 Mitsubishi Minica Dangan ZZ-4 was going for $5,800. Now? $3,680. For a 30,000km example of the best kei car ever made.
Back in July of 2014, when I still regularly did Found on Goo-Net, I shared this very listing for a 1985 Toyota Carina GT-R, which was selling for $13,500. Well, it’s still up for sale, and for a much more reasonable $6,700. But what, you may be asking, is a Carina GT-R? Like I said last time, it’s like an AE86, but…
Time for another debate on three cars found on Goo-Net Exchange, which I will now be calling the Goo-Net Showdown (No, it’s not trademarked).
First of all, I know I haven’t done a Goo post in a while, and I know that this isn’t my usual OMG YOU GUYS JDM BARGAIN! Goo post. This is, however, the most perfect Celica in the world, as far as I’m concerned.
It’s a well known fact that the common Opponaut is a big wagon fan. So, I’ve hand picked three wagons from Japan for every one to look over and pick as their favorite of the three.
I thought I’d show you this Japanese Toyota Hilux Surf/4Runner brochure since it’s 4th of July. (Also because I found a couple of pretty great examples of the car for sale on Goo-Net yesterday.)
I love how the Oppo community continues to grow, mostly because there are new innocent souls I can forever destroy by showing them the wonderful monstrosity I have dubbed the Fauxrrari Formula Ugh Mototrike. To gaze upon it is as it is to set foot in R’lyeh, an experience that devours your humanity and burns all…
It’s been a few months since I last posted something I found on Goo-Net, and honestly, I couldn’t dream of a better car to bring what was my most regular Oppo feature back. As far as classic Skylines go, the GT-R is god, and for good reason, but as far as I’m concerned, the best car to ever wear the Skyline badge is…
Poking around Goo-Net once again, this time looking at cars that are listed as 'Other', or as 'Other' within the listings of a specific country of origin.
"What classic car should I buy?" is a question with an answer. That answer is the Isuzu 117. It's a combination of Italian styling (Giugiaro did it while at Bertone, and it's Bertone as fuck), race-proven mechanicals (it's essentially a Bellett GT-R with a bored-out version of its awesome twin-cam engine. For those…
Poking around Goo-Net, I found something that I've never seen on the site before...