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Authentic goods – ‘76 Corolla (Part 3)
In order to tackle the considerable amount of extra power now on tap, he needed a much stronger differential that allowed for some occasional tail-happy fun, but that mainly kept everything in check to create a fast road weapon.
Authentic goods – ‘76 Corolla (Part 2)
First up was tackling the fuelling system. Chris knew that big power would eventually be the engine’s party trick, so in anticipation replaced the restrictive standard carburetors with a set of beefy side-draft Weber 50s. Internally, after porting and polishing the head, top-quality big valves were shipped over from SI Valves in the States, along with a set of custom-made JE forged pistons.
Authentic goods – ‘76 Corolla (Part 1)
Gauging whether it’s frowned upon to tamper with a particular car or not often appears to have very little logic to back it up. Add a set of big, dished rims to an Austin Healey and dump it on air suspension, for example, and you’ll probably end up with a gang of angry men with flats caps putting a bounty on your head.
Bitchin’ Bowtie 1967 Chevrolet Camaro (Part 2)
It says a lot about the quality of the paintwork that was applied at the time of the restoration in 1986 that it has survived extremely well and still looks great almost 30 years later, though Rick’s beady eye spotted some later ‘refurbishment’ to the offside front wing. I
Bitchin’ Bowtie 1967 Chevrolet Camaro (Part 1)
Rick Skelsey’s 1967First Generation Chevrolet Camaro is a rare beast in many ways; finding a first generation Camaro that’s not been raced or modified is quite an achievement nowadays, as is finding one that was assembled here in Europe.
Luxe cars for less
To counter plunging sales, various companies have launched leasing schemes. Such schemes bypass loan curbs as no down payment is required for what is essentially a long-term rental. Hence, there is no hefty initial outlay.
BMW i3 : Fun electric choice
The beauty of the BMW i3 (above) lies in its sheer driveability and unbeatable all-round acceleration, but its rear coach doors can make it rather inconvenient to enter and exit the car.
Invest in classic cars?
For all the millions spent on art, wine, coins, stamps, watches, jewellery, Chinese ceramics and antique furniture, the better investment might be classic cars. At least, that is what the numbers say.
4Runner Facts Toyota Suv Sportter’s Guide (part 4)
The next 4Runner introduced for 1996, and offered until 2002, featured a larger body sitting on a new chassis, and the wheelbase was stretched 2 inches. This was the first year that the 4Runner would not share the same body panels or frame with its companion truck model.
4Runner Facts Toyota Suv Sportter’s Guide (part 3)
Build parts are, understandably, most abundant for the first-generation 4Runners. This is especially true for the straight axle versions as they are prized for hard-core articulation on tough trails. However, solid axle swaps on the torsion bar IFS has been cookie-cutter duplicated for nearly 20 years now, so swaps are relatively straight-forward.
 
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