There are plenty of other sites on the interwebs that spout senseless drivel about automobiles, but the best thing about the Daily Turismo is the capability of the regular commenters/tippers. When an Anonymous Maserati owner (Ed: For crimes against DT’s Commenting Commandment II, this commenter will henceforth be known as Persephone) accuses us of just repeating the same old internet chatter about 80s turbo Italian cars being unreliable…well…that’s just…err..true? But — the point is, DT isn’t just about spreading malicious misinformation, it is about helping people; as such we are asking our commenters and readers to help Persephone get out of her daily driver Maserati BiTurbo and into something…better.
The prescribed price range is between $6,000 and $9,000 US dollars, but if you find something out of that range, feel free to send it in or put it in the comments below. If you email us, just be sure to put the name Persephone in the subject so we know it is for her, otherwise put your thoughts below. Just be sure to follow the Commenting Commandments please!
Personally, I can’t find anything better than this positively minty clean 1998 Toyota Camry with 5-spd transmission and only 13k miles on the clock offered for $7,800 buy-it-now on ebay. The biggest concern is; will it be on par with the reliability of the Maserati bi-turbo? It does have a manual transmission with 5 forward gears, 4 rotating wheels and a set of functioning electric windows — what more can you ask for?!?!
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