Cars We Drive! - Page 1571
Please make this happen:
I love lightweight cars. I hope it comes out for you.
In dreamland, I'd have a very large garage and one of these would be in it. I chuckled at the writing. lol!
Come on guys. . Read the fine print, that 928s had only 13,000 miles on it.
I'm just curious as to whether it was stored indoors or outdoors. With the extent of the word "restoration" being dependant on that. A long sit means bad fuel. Fuel pump is no drama to hook up. . . Just a thought provoker. .
A long sit could also mean messed up brakes, bearings, etc too. One of the cruelest things to do to a car is let it sit for a long time. I think there are no pics with that ad for a reason.
There was supposed to be a 'sarcasm' after the # hashtag.
No, ~2-3 month further production delays on the S and X that have already been ordered relative to their original delivery timeline just 1-2 months ago, unknown on the III, but it might actually hit it's target.
The Fremont plant is scaling incredibly well, maybe ahead of schedule as a whole (no sarcasm on this). I think the logic is the S and X are relatively old and the III will garner the most press when it launches.
True dat. Sitting is harsher than people think. Won't lie, actually thought about calling from here. As a curiosity. If he said it turns over, rolls around, was stored indoors? You guys would be the first to know.
As you know, 80's-90's Jap hero cars are my thing.
And if i were Stateside? This badboy would mine.
Nothing really "wrong" with it. Prime rescue candidate. This floats my boat.
Skyline gtr destroyer. Mint. In your budget.
The car was brilliant in the crash- did everything it could to stay on the road until he spun me 180 and almost rolled it. I walked away without a scratch.
Driver was cited- court pending etc.
Did you check with a doc or hospital for whiplash? That shit can manifest itself days later and can become a real pain, and hard to attribute to the crash weeks later.. With that type of crash it's a real possibility..