But IMHO all the CRV's after the 1st gen just got way too porky for my liking.
Oh and here's a pic I snapped at a local Italian car show several years ago. It rained that day but the pic still came out great, I thought.
I had a co-worker at Sun who shoe-horned a 1st-gen CR-V engine into a ~95ish Civic hatchback with some JDM engine mods and an Acura Integra interior. Man, that thing went like stink off the line.
Top Gear Singer tribute.
1949 Fiat 750MM Topolino Zagato.
1940 NSU Weinsburg Roadster.
3882 brings to mind the Volvo P1800ES sports wagon Volvo P1800 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
'The all-glass rear hatch of the ES-model (which got it the German nickname Schneewittchensarg - Snow White's Coffin'
Or as one of my friends who Owned one and often took advantage of Montana's open ended Basic Speed law..
called it the Speedy Tractor .
Love the P1800s
Examples of this were loaned to the military, and soon after the first jeeps were created using American Bantam parts.
Could be the wide wheels but the American Bantam looks tough.
Yea it does. Tiny and tough. Definitely aftermarket wheels, cool car regardless.
Sir Jack Brabham in his car he designed built with his own hands drove and won the world F1 championship. Shaking hands with Sterling Moss.
Oh, the P1800 sports wagon. Yes.
geez that would be a damn short car. 29.5"Quote:
1949 Fiat 750MM Topolino Zagato
1955 Astra Coupe