If you’re insane enough. Fortunately, I am and it’s good to be something. Didn’t know that Minerva Blue was a color for these cars and after a quick search, WOW!
For those not in the know, Beverly Hills Car Club is a classic car dealer that, among many fine concourse level classics, also has a small inventory of rotted to hell junk that was pulled out of a lake that are always listed for way more than they’re worth.
$14,357 for a 2012 Civic Si with 128,246 kilometres on it. I like it, but it’s out of the planned price range. Granted, if it’s still available for sale in six months, lowballing is always an option.
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They managed to stick enough Ferrari badges on it to make sure you’re absolutely fooled from every angle, including on all four of the (surprisingly) original wheels. It looks like this thing may have been in a front end accident and was shoddily put back together — though that would be impressive that they were able…
A regular cab dually with short wheelbase. Fix up the 6 liter Powerstroke and that’d be a damn fun truck. Only 143k miles too. Seller wants $13.5
This time it’s a 2001 Prelude Type SH. Link below:
1982 Honda Prelude, link below:
A FJ with its top cut off for $60k makes sense.
No other info. Found in a Croatian Facebook group.
I’m guessing there are some really bored kids over in Indian Head who put this up. It’s allegedly a Canadian-made AWD SUV with two doors and a V6 powered by electricity. Link to the ad for prosperity.
“1989 Toyota Celiac” !! Haven’t seen many convertible Celica’s of that generation but the 4spd auto-tragic might be a deal breaker.
Think not, is my eleventh commandment; and sleep when you can, is my twelfth.
The picture in the link here is wrong, the pic above is what it really looks like.
Today’s NPOCP is nearly identical to a car I shared here on Oppo yesterday.
Does anyone here want a sixteen year old VW with an automatic transmission, 310k kilometres, and a W8 engine? If you manage to keep it running for a year, you win Oppo. $3000 CAD and the adventure could be yours!
I say NP as long as it’s not too rusty and the electrics work.
You can pay nearly $40k CAD for a BRZ. Pretty sure this is CP.
What. in. the. actual. fuck. bruv... I hate people and I don’t want to live on this planet anymore...
And everyone hates it. Perfect! Here’s a link: