definitely remember seeing this around online
This thing is screaming for a Nardi wheel
Wow But that interior is totally killing it for me
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Yeah guys, I don't know if you noticed, but I had bikes on it. To, you know, ride around Leavenworth. The show took up the whole town and I didnt feel like walking all day. The rack isn't on the car now. I happen to love the way racks look on cars, they also show me who has a common interest in biking, and I got that Yakima rack with 4 bike rails, deflector, and a kayak attachment for $20! I love racks! And I don't see a valid reason not to. Unless we're talking about those kids that throw them on for no reason..... different story.
As for the low, it's not bad at all. There are aome crazy parking lot entrances I have to avoid but it's not as bad as I thought it was going to be.
The interior is a project, it looks better now.... It wasnt too clean in the pics, but with a new steering wheel and seats she'll be just fine.
OP, have you seen this car? It's in your neighborhood...
call it potatography
How did I miss this thread the first time around.
That car is amazing! I love it.
Did you get the 4th gear issue resolved?
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Beautiful car! When I lived in Germany I used to walk by one just like that almost every day. Very droolworthy.
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