Type: Posts; User: r_fostoria
Actually, are these related to the Ford Starliner at all? They look pretty darn similar. In fact, it loos like a Crown Victoria/Grand Marquis situation here.
Oh, not at all. In fact, I'd claim that cars were, objectively speaking, better styled in the 60's. I just get more of a kick out of the spaceship-shaped 50's stuff.
Yep, like Air and Water said, pretty much any America 1950's car with an early 60's counterpart will look wild 'n wacky by comparison. Buick's looked like this in 1958:
I bumped into this one for sale on the Allentown Craigslist many times.
I don't think you could get any Reliant with the turbo engine. I think you needed the Caravell/600/New Yorker/Jon Voight LeBaron for that.
This thread turned out better than I was expecting it to.
Yep, a 1960 without the toilet seat grille. I had heard of these, but I thought that the program was canceled before they actually produced any. Either way, I love the style of it. Checkout those...
Looks less 1995 now.
I like your weird, strangely likable, early 90s crapbox more than Emmett's weird, strangely likable, early 90s crapbox.
Wow, look at that elegant hand crafted wood trim. What breathtaking old world bespoke luxury craftsmanship!
Huh, I didn't know that the Renault-Nissan partnership went back that far. Neat. :thumbup:
Well, that's not true at all, is it?
I believe that you've gotten bored with the 300, but that certainly doesn't mean...
You mean... one time? :screwy:
Also, I'm pretty sure the 300 SRT has been a Euro-only model for a while now, hasn't it? Normally I'd be upset by that, but with the Hellcats, Scat packs, and other...
I say wheel, but I actually like the functionality of "rim" meaning just the metal part. I see it as tire being the tire, rim being the metal, and wheel being the complete assembly of the two. It...
Well, there we have it.
Didn't Crimping is Easy have a JDM badged "Prerude?"
2007 Mercedes C230 Sport with a 6-speed manual. :eek: These must be pretty rare. I didn't even know they offered a manual C-Class in the US.