Type: Posts; User: BagelConsultant
The PPV Tahoes are nice but I think i'd rather have a civilian Tahoe of similar vintage
$1700 for a running/driving '95? You stole that thing.
I wouldn't recommend it. My friend leased one new and it was a glorified golf cart (He leased it brand new for under $100 per month, by the way). He wisely replaced it with a Volt.
Bumping because I watched Road House last night. Any updates? Love this body style.
Very nice! What year was the donor STI? This thread makes me miss my old 2003 WRX (sold almost 2 years ago)
I can't get enough of those 935s :cool:
Nice score, the early TT's design has aged better than the newer ones if you ask me, and it's rare to see clean ones now that they're ageing. Keep it looking stock :D
Great pics! I went to the Monterey Pre-Reunion at Laguna Seca the week before and saw many of the same cars. It was lightly spectated and easy to get close to EVERYTHING in the paddock. Couple of...
My first car was a 1994 Bonneville with the 16" crosslace wheels in green, like this one:
Wisconsin plates. Makes total sense.
Congratulations on not moving to Cleveland!
Can't hotlink pics from Miata.net, you need to re-host them.
Looks like 2 seats, one behind the other.
How many miles per year does she need to drive? There are all kinds of cheap leases on good entry-level cars out there.
For example, Chevy Cruze LT, not a base model:
Ultra Low-Mileage Lease...