The Acura Legend wasn’t a car that pushed the boundaries of technology, speed, style or anything…but it did ease into the next boundary with a whimsical smile on its face. It also didn’t make much of a splash when it was launched, but I can guarantee that engineers at BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Audi freaked out when they discovered the fit-finish-and-finesse of Acura’s luxury sport coupe/sedan entry into what was exclusively a German marketplace. The world of luxury cars has not been the same since. The asking price on this next example is eye watering…but just look at the condition…it’s cleaner than a freshly sanitized shopping cart handle. Find this 1991 Acura Legend 3.2 L with 5-speed offered for $14,500 in Los Angeles, CA via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.
The BMW E36 is one of the DT Staff’s collective favorite cheap German rear drive cars because it handles amazingly, is cheap, takes well to modifications, is incredibly well balanced, came in a wide variety of configurations and, well…it’s cheap! Today’s E36 is a bit higher priced than most you’ll find these days but for […]
The Porsche 911 gets a lot of grief from the bloggers on this site because prices have escalated from the medium highs of the Richard Pryor golden era to a modern day Nick Nolte high. It only bugs us because what was once an affordable car easily traded between working class shlubs has become some […]