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- Mini Cooper S; Dodge Dakota 4X4, Triumph TR6
I think if you like American-style looks, room and handling, it's not a bad choice--too bad they don't offer AWD with the V-8 anymore.
But you have to be careful checking off the options list---if you ordered a V-8 with the plush interior and top trim line, you're going to bust through the $50K barrier, and at that price point, there's some very tasty competition waiting to tempt you.
But a base model V-6 off-lease might be priced as a lot of car for the money.
Rethinking sedans...How convenient. You can drop both off at the dump at the same time.
I just got a 55 gallon plastic garbage can in the back of our friend's Cruze.
(yeah, it was full)
Great photo! Pretty old car for 1946, but then good used cars were scarce then! People fixed what they had until the pipeline for new cars filled up around 1948-49.
Here's another image from Memory Lane. The slide projector wasn't functioning, but I ran across this slide from spring of 1946. That's my Dad on his honeymoon. He borrowed a friend's car for the trip and it broke down, so Dad took apart the engine to make the repair. Such a romanticEnjoyed that pic pff. People used to know how to actually do stuff.
On Blues Brothers, just watched a few days ago. Most of those cop cars looked as if they were stripped of engines and other parts. They sort of slid over one another as if they were empty beer cans...P.B.R perhaps. Great movie."it's got cop tires, cop suspensions, cop shocks."