Type: Posts; User: Iroczgirl
The one thing I'll never understand is why the M3 has 4 doors, yet it is not called M4. On top of that, the 2 door spiritual successor of the E30 M3 is called the M4. :screwy:
What a bummer. :(
This golden era Subaru could be yours for a whopping $900.
Yes, yes you have.
Here's the 16 cylinder:
It does. :thumbup:
That's awesome. :thumbup:
True. You could look at a VW built in Germany, Belgium, the US, Mexico...a Karmann built VW was always "better". Just built to a higher standard.
Love it! Even if there never was an early Westy GTi. :thumbup:
I haven't had any issues with Meyle control arms. :thumbup:
Another great read, thank you!
Love the color! :heart:
True. The Talbot Samba sure would have made some people turn over in their graves. Peugeot really marketed the Talbot brand below that of Peugeot, a spot that was better reserved for Simca, which...
That was a great read. Thank you.
I was living in Germany around the advent of the Fox body sedans and was excited to hear the Granada name pop up over in the US.
Of course, without even seeing...
They were also a printer/publisher (Nuffield Press) and did refrigeration (Prestcold)
Just too bad British Leyland was involved in it...poor thing was doomed from the start. :(
It was just odd that they revived a dead brand, rather than continue the use of the Simca name.
I actually saw one in downtown PDX the other day! :eek:
I agree though, I had a rental Plymouth Acclaim in 1991 that I drove up and down the East coast. I was surprised by how comfortable and...