I could see a 400hp 5.7 bolted up to an electric motor to boost hp/trq on demand. Take about 400-500lb out of that pig and it could be fun.
Unreal what people are paying for this car, no mater how cool the doors are.
It’s been a while since I last saw a car with homegrown rally stripes, but this is the first time for a Prius. I just don’t get it.
Autonomous parking will benefit some folks more than others.
An old Herky bird. Flyable too. I’d be king of the ramp at my home ‘drome with this thing.
Make it look like a damn orca.
Do the M badges and M Performance stickers (on the windshield too) elevate this lowly 328 to M3 status?
I was just poking around on the Mustang configurator and noticed Ford is quoting 84 month payments at the top of the page. Mein Gott, who would finance a Mustang for that long?
The building owner here drove the Flying Spur today. Between this, his Continental, and more recently the Bentayga I think he’s a legit Anglophile.
Found this mint ‘68 Olds 442 convert for sale at a dealer near me last week. The catch: It’s one of 140 or so that came with the Hurst 3-speed. Recall that 442 originally stood for 4 barrel, 4 speed and dual exhaust - shouldn’t this be a 432 then? Pedantry rules!
How else would a car called Demon die? (Besides leaving a Cars & Coffee)
I’m always surfing Craigs and lately Facebook Marketplace, and found a 1995 Bentley Brooklands with low miles (125k) that looks to be in excellent condition for $10.5k. I have to do some research into the service history of these cars, and my initial thought has always been that parts availability could be problematic…
29 degrees this morning; I bet the summer tires on that car were stiff as a brick. (does anybody put all-seasons on a Ferrari?) Snow forecast for the afternoon, too. This man has zero fucks to give. (photo from last month)
I saw this ad on FB Marketplace for a 2014 CLS in Brooklyn for $15k. Just for the halibut, I pinged the seller and asked how he can sell the car w/o a title. The response was “I’m not even going to answer that. Have a good day.”
2003 SL500. 68,000 miles for $6000. I kinda like the R230 but what’s the first thing to go clunk on this car gonna be? NADA clean retail is $14k. Gotta be a reason...
How to turn a Crown Vic into a General Lee ‘69 Charger replica. Amazing.
A goofy looking boat from Absolute Yachts. The high freeboard makes it look clunky and the windows in the hull look weird imo. Their whole lineup has this feature. Allegedly this is designed in Italy. Ick.
Found in NYC on FB Marketplace. 2500 miles. $25,000.