This next car might be right for you, if you’ve ever thought that you needed a car in your life that needs a bike lock to be used as an anti-theft device. Or maybe you enjoy the thrill of 25 miles-per-hour with your foot to the floor as you are passed by kids on powered electric bikes (those things are a menace on the sidewalks of beach communities these days!). But if you are in the market for a micro-car — it don’t get much cheaper than this. Find this 1987 Cushman Vanster offered for $800 in San Francisco, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
Eat your heart out all you Volkswagen 21-window Samba Bus owners, Buick SportWagon/Olds Vista Cruiser owners, Buick Roadmaster owners, AND folks who love windows in the top of cars…because this next car has the best name EVER for a piece of glass above your head — SUPER AERO ROOF. Find this 1991 Mitsubishi Minicab offered […]
It doesn’t matter which side of the pane controversy you fall into — because this next car is gonna change your mind and turn the entire world pro-pane. It is simultaneously adorable (just look at how cute the thing is) and terrifying (eggads, imagine merging onto the 405 freeway with two cylinders of LPG power) […]
You know you’ve found something special when you can’t even pronounce it’s name correctly. And you might be tempted to call this next beast by its ‘Mericanized name, but it is a Hafei Zhongyi that was penned by Pininfarina and built by Hafei Motor Co in Heilongjiang province of China. Find this 2007 Mag International C-Mag […]
The asking price for this next pile of parts seems a bit high, but I still like it. Does that make me insane? Is the sun really yellow? Find this 1990 Daihatsu Hijet offered for $6,900 in Houston, TX via craigslist. Tip from Jeff. The Daihatsu HiJet is Japanese built micro van that has been a […]
I worked with a French Canadian born salesman who lived in Mexico City and talked faster that the MicroMachines guy, but he could sell a toothpick delivery service to a hockey player only retirement community. He once told me that half the battle is getting your foot in the door, and the best way in was […]