Ford y u no 427 in mustang for hella sick fuck you environment skids ;_;
Chevy y u no 454 in camaro for massive tork monster/dat engine note
Dodge y u no 440 in challenger for dat sperm bank donations skyrocketing
Also, it's still called the 300ZX, not the "Z32", the Z32 is just the chassis, like calling a 240Z/260Z/280Z an "S30", or the Corolla an "AE86", or my Civic Hatchback an "EG".
Also Dodge + 440 why there is a Hemi big block you know
Also, there was a car at the swap meet a long time ago, old early 50s or late 40s Ford sedan with a 500 Cadillac engine stuffed in it. Old moonshiner car. Was great.
Man, I can't wait for the swap meet this year.
The Z platform hasn't been classy since 1978.
My favorite vette.
Probably not, same location for oilpan sump and only slightly longer than the factory inline 6.
I plan on doing a swap like this one with an L28E when I can get my hands on ANY generation mustang.
When will people realize that slamming cars makes them look like absolute shit?
"someone has different taste than me call them wrong!"
I would love to own a slammed beetle but.... Speed Bump Ahead!
I'd never lower anything to the point where you have leave your driveway almost parallel.
Well its doubly repulsive. It looks bad and its impractical. The whole point of an automobile is to enhance the speed and way in which humans can move. Slamming a car limits its effectives to driving forward on straight roads and turning very wide turns, slowly.
That's like saying there's no point in upgrading your PC to play video games as that isn't what they were originally designed for.
A slammed car is stupid but an air ride isn't
Don't like that orange Golf. Especially its wheels.
I just don't like its wheels
I can't stand the sight of modified classic cars.
Crossovers are usually pretty ugly, in my opinion.
The only crossovers that look good are (in my opinion) The Volvo XC60, 70 and 90, and the BMW X1
The only crossovers I like are Volvo's and the Honda Crosstour and Acura ZDX.
What about the Ford Flex? That's a good looking crossover.