Type: Posts; User: Mintyy
That Aztec was commissioned by GM but not built by them. It was pushing a an SBC too. A guy on an old forum I used to visit was part of the build and had a ton of progress photos but I can't track...
The TCL gentleman with the host of Fiskers and Macca has one, Dave was it?
Here's a couple from the last couple months
A TVR nested in Japanese Modern (?)
This isn't NIMBYism - it's property developers afraid of the scene affecting potential buyers.
NIMBYism is when people stand behind an issue but don't want it encroaching on their being. See:...
With a marketing name like Black Swan I can't help but think it is referencing the Cygnet. Shudders...
There was a guy on an old message board that worked in the shop that made this crazy Aztec showcar with an LS1. My memory is a little hazy as it was a good 10-12 years ago or something, but there is...
When did he leave evo? I suppose just a general shift towards retirement?
Also no more Zonda?
The Seal Cove Auto Museum on Mt Desert Island is also a really notable automotive collection in Maine. It is mostly brass-era but has some really interesting fare.
Mildly related, here's a Tumblr dedicated to creative ways people photograph mirrors for sale on CL:
Ive been a Lotus fan my whole life but can honestly say there wouldn't be much to miss if they folded. Outside the Evora, this Exige with the new rear subframe is the only notable lineup change since...
Here's a Saab 96 and a FLW home:
And for bonus some modern mish-mash and a Caddy vert:
Z-car with hillside residence:
This is a really common old timey trope - I'm sure there are more clips out there.
This vehicle went from something very unique and distinctive to such a generic shape. The legacy of step-roof and taught overhangs is over. Even the references to previous models (asymetric rear) is...
Spare tire blowout doesn't explain disfigured door. Definitely an accident at some point.