Is a late model Dodge Dart the perfect car? Not likely. It was launched (with supposed Italian DNA) as a replacement for the hideous Caliber in 2013 and was canceled by the end of 2016…hardly the fate for the perfect car. Since then Dodge has been out of the economy car game, and here is the funny part…I didn’t even know that the Dart had been canceled. This means one of two things — either, I live in a cave, or the Dart was so forgettable that zzzzzz…hey, wake up, this thing has a turbo and a manual gearbox. Can you even hear me with all the cave noises (bats and dripping water) in the background? Find this 2013 Dodge Dart Rallye offered for $5,300 in San Jose, CA via craigslist.
The first generation Opel Manta (It is known as a Manta A to the Manta lovers around the globe) was a simple and light two-door fastback that shared a chassis and oily bits with the Opel Ascona sedan platform. The Opel marque may have been controlled the giant General Motors monster, but the Manta was […]
The Ford Pinto doesn’t have the best reputation among so called experts of the horseless carriage, but what does a scientific consensus really mean anyway? There was a time when the scientific community agreed that the sun & stars revolved around the earth, so all the haters who think it’s settled science that the Pinto […]
The inconvenient truth when buying a used car is that the advertisements with good pictures, thorough descriptions, and responsive sellers are also the highest priced cars. Those sellers understand that putting in some extra time will result in more interest and typically want more for the car. On the other end of the spectrum are […]
Syncro de Mayo might be a few months away, but it is never too soon to feature one of Volkswagen’s early attempts at building a 4-wheel-drive rally car for the street. The Mk II Golf Rallye was build in Belguim and never exported to North America by VW, but its age now puts it near […]