Happy 4th of July to everyone out there in cyberspace — we are dedicating today to freedom and the less known Articles of the Constitution. Article 3, Section 4 of the constitution is the little know “Supreme Law of Fiero” which states; The Fiero shall have the Power of a Duke of Iron but the […]
4th of July
We continue our long 4th of July Weekend over here at Daily Turismo headquarters with another classic piece of Americana. What could possibly be more American than building something amazing, cool, radical, and then, letting it slowly rot into disrepair? The faded paint and crusty undercarriage is such a fabulous parallel to the USA road […]
It’s a long 4th of July Weekend over here at Daily Turismo headquarters and we are going to post the best American cars because freedom isn’t free. Let’s kick off the celebration of bald eagles with this next car with the most amazing interior upholstery you’ll see all month. Find this 1962 Mercury Meteor offered […]
Let’s kick off DT’s 4th of July extended weekend of AMERICANA a few hours early with this next tribute to all things from the land of the red, the white, and the blue. For the next three days we publish nothing but freedom here. There are few things more American than a huge woodgrain sided […]
I may get some flack for this next one, but it’s the 4th of July and I’ve still got all my fingers, so I’ll just out with it. The Mustang is the most ‘Mericanus car ever built. Period. Some people will say the Corvette is more patriotic, but Americans have families of kids that need […]
The Ford Focus wasn’t the most “American” car to come from Ford’s stable of things with wheels — in fact, Ford spent a lot of marketing money telling everyone how the little front wheel drive econohatch was actually European. That rubbed forner race car driver and Mustang tuner Steve Saleen the wrong way, so he […]
This next car comes as a tip from Matt who writes; Another sketchy, cheap C4 Corvette for DT readers who thought the purple LT1 Corvette was too expensive – or that purple just wasn’t sufficiently over the top to be noticed. Here’s yet another C4 that could use some work! Find this 1984 Chevrolet Corvette C4 offered for $3,500 in Smyrna, GA via facebash censorbook.
The 300ZX was a 2 door sports car from Nissan during the great Japanese sports car boom of the 1990s and featured a host of technology in a Isao Sono & Toshio Yamashita designed body. Power came from a V6, which was available with a tire melting twin turbo setup, but today this Z has been given an injection of freedom in the form of a 5.3 liter GM V8, which is described by the seller as an LSX, but it is probably an LM7 from a 2000-2007 Chevy Suburban. This guy is ready for the 4th of July, are you? Find this 1990 Nissan 300ZX LSx V8 offered for $7000 in Groton, MA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
I missed this car for the 4th of July and I regret it. Because there is nothing more patriotic than this next beast. Feast your eyes on the wind whipped star spangled banner on the hood and drool a little red-white-n-blue on that interior. This car is as American as aggressive foreign policy, tipping waiters, […]
My dad told me to write about an American car for the 4th of July, so I looked on craigslist and this one was a definite winner for a number of reasons. One is that it is a Mustang which, to me, is the most patriotic car you could get. It is basically a muscle […]