A manual V6 F-Type
‘72 Saab 95, Manual V-4 Shooting Brake that blurs the line between “want” and “NEED.” $4k. Allegedly no rust or leaks and it runs & drives. Gahhhhhhh!!
I don’t need it.
Found on one of my FB Land Rover groups. Life, this guys is doing it right.
Right from the pics you’ll probably be saying “But that’s a ‘78!”. I’m assuming front end swap.
I want one of these trucks so damn bad. But they’re just out of my reach.
It’s beautiful. I would do horrible horrible things for this as a dad-mobile. All those who will complain about the DCT can leave now. It’s perfect as a daily and I’m sure it’s hilarious to rip several downshift in succession into a turn on a racetrack on the weekends.
And I think it’d look pretty damned good. A little bit of Goof Off Graffiti on the lights and mirrors to remove the paint and overspray as well, as well as painting the wheels white (because 70s Wagon wheels) and it’d look positively bitchin’.
Here are the pics incase it gets pulled.
It’s original, worn, but still stock, running and driving. Basically perfect, and I badly want it.
One of two on the showroom floor. Looked great in person, and that sound!
I’m still taking in how much I love this. I really want one.
I’m sitting in my aircraft systems class learning things that I know already about pressurization systems.
I’d really like to buy a 2014-16 (17?) Jeep SRT8...probably should buy a condo or house first but these are just so much cooler . Anyways this purchase is about 3 years out so plenty of time to figure it out. Also, would be fun to strap a snail or two to it...
1-ton dually custom cab? Yes.
With talk about Abarth taking the 124 rallying, one might as well enjoy an impression of what might be coming. Behold the ‘124 Abarth Spider’ ... in Europe, the standard Fiat 124 Spider gets 140 hp and 240 Nm to play with.