I imagined myself cruising Wilshire east from Santa Monica, driving away from the sunset in that old SL while choking on pollution fumes. What a time.
Also, it's ridiculous how clean this car was.
I don't know what's sadder: That this Ford Escort went to the junkyard before it got rusty or the fact that it had a manual transmission.
My favorite little historical tidbit about the RX-792p is it was developed after the Le Mans-winning 787B was banned by the FIA in 1991.
Miata wheels always look great on Mazda 2s.
The "made in a last-minute scramble" vibes have actually aged kind of nicely.
I wonder what life would have been like if Nissan had offered the Skyline in the U.S. in place of the Maxima or 240SX.
It's the epitome of everything I'd ever want in a performance machine.
The 164 was part of a quartet of midsized sedans developed jointly between Saab, Fiat, Lancia, and Alfa Romeo.
Here’s this nifty old school Volkswagen Jetta Mk2 parked on the side of the road, as if it drove straight out of 1988.
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