Or was this car hit in the rear at some point?
File this among the stranger things I’ve seen recently. From the ad:
That a HomeLink garage door opener was a $1,750 option on the first gen IS300.
Please stop telling me cars and watches are the same.
WHERE IS YOUR GOD NOW, FP PROLETARIAT?!
Just set up an appointment to get my 996 worked on and the first opening at my preferred shop isn’t for two weeks(!). I’m taking that as a good sign.
Trying to discern the meaning of “almost one owner”
They are a delightfully understated peoples.
Planelopnik will have to fill in for me, but I believe it was a Piaggio of some type? Flying out of KAUS on Sunday afternoon. Nifty looking, anyway.
257k miles on a 2012 Raptor, and it really doesn’t look worse for the wear.
1985 RX7 set up for Spec RX7. Grabbed it for a song along with a trailer that just needs a touch of work and should be able to be flipped.
Is this steering wheel? Taken from a Craigslist ad for an FC RX-7. It’s a portrait-oriented rectangle, I’ve never seen anything like it!
By not returning to Le Mans this year. Having a buddy there this year who is aping my itinerary and is hanging out in the United Autosport garage on behalf of a friend of ours who is racing for UA in LMP2 isn’t helping.
Signed: 996 owner
Looking for some input on helping a friend move a vehicle. 5 second photoshop of a 635 Ti for your time.
’04 996 40th anniversary car with the X51 package. I’m now the moron who bought a 113k mile 996, albeit a very clean example with a long service history and all of the appropriate recent services (clutch, IMS, water pump, coolant hoses, oil separator, etc). I’ll now begin holding my breath.
Fun enough movie, and the car selection was delightful, but I had to pause the movie when I ran across this scene with the Alfa Montreal, which I had been waiting to see the entire time.