Looked like an awesome little car. Cheap, tiny, light, and most importantly, RWD.
In this post, we post and talk about cars that are forgotten, but amazing. I'll start with the Early generation Toyota Celicas
Now that I've finished spending a day in mourning over an early Wichita St. exit from the big dance here is a car that came from this magnificent city: the Beechcraft Plainsman. It is from 1946, an era of which I know next to nothing about when it comes to automobiles. What I do know is that Walter & Olive Ann Beech…
Few cars from the early '90s were as utterly wretched as the Pontiac LeMans. Built by Daewoo during the Jurassic period of South Korean cars, it's hard to justify the existence of this undercooked entry-level washout other than the fact it gave the Yugo GV tough competition for the title of America's Most Abominable…
The ES250. The first Lexry (Camrus?) didn't look half bad!
Some cars you just wish you could forget (aztec) and some cars you just forgot existed all together (VW eurovan) but some are great cars from huge companies that, for various reason, we never have even known about.
I hadn't thought about this car in years, then, while trawling autotrader for 156s, I found this.