post cars you don't know why you like
It's the unloved sister of all its second gen N-body siblings
>the ultimate sleeper
I really think the Oldsmobile intrigue is one of the best looking American cars in the early 2000's.
It's also kind of a smallish car wish a large V6 so it's a little above average in the speed department for its class.
At least this post is fucking easy to explain.
The more and more you get confronted with those modern plain stupid designs with those tons of creases, counter flowing curves and inexplicable features, your hunger for basic, clean and minimalistic aesthetics increases.
Especially when you're usually not gobbling up every mainstream fad.
The beauty of old Volvos is that completely BULLSHITFREE design.
They're not trying to be something they aren't.
Thank you for putting it into words.
Modern cars are like Final Fantasy designs. So massively and confusingly overdesigned there is nothing about them that stands out or draws your eye. It's just a complete mess.
Fuck, I even like how Foxbodies look now.
>post cars you don't know why you like
>anons post cars with explainations
Can you people not read?
My karate sensei drove one. Sensei used to let me punch him in the gut and practice neck breaking moves in the 3rd hour of practice.
These bricks give me the biggest erection.
I hate american cars but the Mustang just looks so sexy
I love a fucking LeSabre. They're great DDs. They won't turn any heads, but they're dirt fucking cheap, and if you take care of them they'll run until the sun swells up to consume the earth. The trans in my '97 finally kicked the bucket at 540k so I got a 2000 and it's running strong at 340.
Yeah man there's something about that Caprice body style and the one before it, like the police cars here, that are really intriguing. I don't know what it is.
This is why I like the Twingo.
Sure, it's a little shitbox, but it knows it's a little shitbox and it's happy with just being a little shitbox.
Listen. Maintain the bastard. Do a trans service every 30k. If you haven't done one yet, do one right now. Change your oil every 3k. 10/30 and a PF47. Eventually those polycarbonate elbows in the cooling system are going to fail. Replace them with metal ones. The rest of the shit that breaks should be very minor, and dirt cheap to fix. Take care of that old girl and she'll take care of you.
i forgot whats it really called but i love this one
i just remember dat ass and comfy ride i got
Already had the plastic upper intake thing start to melt. It let coolant into one of the cylinders. But yeah, that's fixed, and I plan on keeping this car in good shape for years.
that's true but sadly it's obviously not working too well considering suzuki is in a freefall and people still prefer obnoxious designs over actually great value for the money.
the dacia tv ads are funny tho.
>the status symbol for those who don't feel the need for a status symbol
Amc eagle, the nuns at Mt St. Michael's own one... I wish i could buy it from them.
I drove a Lumina for 2 years. It was terrible. Big, slow, terrible on gas, and ugly as shit.
I finally sold it to an Albanian immigrant who uses it to deliver pizzas. I don't miss it one bit.