"The Sebring is an extraordinary car. Ugly to behold and hateful to drive, it is not cheap, elegant, comfortable, practical, prestigious, clever, economical, luxurious, well designed, well thought out or, if the rental car I drove in America this year is anything to go by, especially well made either." - Jeremy Clarkson
love this thread.
Does this count?
i love how these old japanese cars look like mini pony cars.
signatures are annoying, right?
98-up blazers are a better place to get upgraded brakes for your G body, it keeps the stock front end geometry and has hub assemblies with two piston calipers (also has 12" rotors like B bodies). B body spindles are taller and increase turning radius and bumpsteer unless you run tubular upper control arms to compensate for them.
Ok...Darts aren't all that "oddball", but this gives me pause....
My favorite thread in a long time.
As my 1st car was a 65 dodge dart gt, this is my current fav "odd" pro touring treatment
Have a on me...
That Dart is gorgeous. You can see a ton of work in it. I always had a soft spot for the "ugly" mopars, the 61-64 deals. Those headlights are interesting. Wonder what they are?
That's why I'm hoping that more and more shops and builders start using my cousin-in-law's tool.
Since the other thread of more mainstream cars got bumped, I'll put this up again as well.
You rarely see any pre-GTO Pontiacs.
Another road racing Gremlin...
Lord, I was born a Ramblin' Man.