How about two Volvos to drool over this Thorsday? Too much? No – it’s not enough! As opposed to the 1800E, our second Swede is not curvy at all, in fact it’s the brickiest brick that ever bricked: the 240 wagon. Now, a late model 240 is a fine car even today and has a […]
Time for Volvo Thorsday, Round 2! Last week’s debut was such a success, we wouldn’t dare turn down another sweet vintage Norse wagon. The 1800ES from last week is a stylish little 2+2, but today’s example is a traditional 4-door family truckster. Given the curvy lines inspired by 50’s American car design, this squareback manages to […]
Another shooting brake? Surely we must be joking! In the immortal words of Leslie Nielsen, “I am serious. And don’t call me Shirley.” This marks the second coupe/wagon mash-up we have featured on Daily Turismo thus far. On the other hand, it’s our 8th BMW – trust us, we’re not pricks – they just happen […]
“It’s mine! Mine, I tell you!” is the triumphant post title on 24hoursoflemons.com forums. 24Hours of LeMons forum paddock rat “doctordel” purchased the 1973 Volvo 1800ES that was highlighted on the Thorsday listing from last week – a listing that made DT history with the most number of visitor views. We hope he is happy […]
Here we have a study in comparing and contrasting. When compared to Tuesday’s WRX wagon, this 2002 example started its life very similarly, albeit 5 years earlier. The two AWD turbo black Subies have taken very different paths though – one lives a pampered garage with every speck of dust being promptly removed, the other…it’s hella […]
Time to introduce a new feature to Daily Turismo: Volvo Thorsday! No, we didn’t forget to spell-check…that’s Thorsday, as in the Norse God of Strength and Fertility himself, for whom Thursday was named. Why Volvo? Because any super-strong hammer wielding Scandanavian deity appreciates seeing a Göteborg-native Swede being featured on his “special day.” Thor demands sacrifice, […]
As a nice change of pace, today we decided to feature another car that appears like it doesn’t need to be disinfected, serviced, repaired, straightened, de-scuzzified, or otherwise un-DB’d. This 2007 Subaru WRX looks sweet as a stocker in black and has managed to avoid the HellaFlush stanced-out scene so far. The seller wants $14,500 and it’s traveled 83,500 miles. That’s 17 cents per mile! Too good to be true? Grab a surfboard and a machaca burrito, and go see for yourself in Oceanside, CA (via cragslist).
The dailyturismo really loves wagons. Its like a pickup truck for people with normal sized glands. What is better than a standard run-of-the-mill 4 door wagon is a 2 door wagon. This 1965 Ford Falcon 2door wagon can be found in Ranch Cucamonga, CA via craigslist at an asking price of $5500. The Ford Faclon […]