Either of these
So I was out driving, as one does on a sunny sunday, on a main country road, perfectly within the speed limit, which is 100kph in this case, literally the least dangerous thing possible.
With the engine from a Trucks (Pathfinder/Navara)
1995 Nissan Maxima QX SE 2.0: The Oppositelock review.
Live somewhere with agriculture
Should I drop them into a regular ass Supermini like this Mk.3 Clio? It’d be a true euro muscle car.
Been researching ways to do some OEM upgrades for the Maxima. First on the to do list are some period correct 16" or 17" Nissan wheels for the summer. Naturally what comes to mind are Z32 five-spoke wheels.
Drive like an idiot. V6 life.
One of them belongs to my roommate, one to some stoner dude, and one of them is mine.
Europponauts already know this, but a few weeks ago I’ve totaled Maxitwingo aka the Espaceship.
I am this  close to buying a 1993 Nissan Maxima 5-speed for €800 to supplement the Espaceship. I am 10% certain Maximas are more common in the US of Arthritis so theres gotta be someone who can tell me what to look out for in one of these.
It’s probably cheaper to just import one myself, so how ridiculously rare and expensive is a Quadrasteer Yukon XL?
Europpomeet here I come. In the background one can see a Smart ForFour, which is also a Twingo. (Actual news after the jump)
And is asking me to make a realistic price estimate since she had an accident in it last years. Thing is last year she had a not-neglible accident. Short story she got “scraped” a semi-trailer, with the result of scraping noises when turning left. I say the bodyshell is warped, but I then again I don’t know of any…
Maybach SW42 Gran Coupé
Exciting Versions of boring-ass Japanese compact sedans edition.
Mmmmmmm OHC Cross-Flow Straight six.