Looks like a lot of fun for under £7k. Very stylish car but as you say it needs new wheels as a matter of urgency. If I had a garage I’d be all over it.
The wife’s uncle was a lovely bloke but hopeless with money.
He inherited a chain of cinemas and thought that it was perfectly normal to fly his one of these (two sisters each had four kids so a six-seater was mandatory - also explains the number of my extended in-laws).
to France in one of these
Bankruptcy wasn’t that far behind.
Anyhow, I’d love an old DS even though I’d have no clue what to do with it.
It’s potentially a great option for you residents of That London with a bit of tweaking.
Good looking Toyota Prius shock
The most surprising thing is that it’s taken this long to include solar cells in a commercial EV.
Not available in the UK because a nation of knuckle-dragging morons only wants things that look like off-roaders, even though they never go off-road and the vehicles are less efficient…
‘Good looking’ in the sense that it looks like an annoyed Transformer stuck in ‘car’ mode…
Thought there was a Leaf with some to run auxiliary devices, which given the output of the available area is all it is really useful for.
Not sure I’d want to own it long term, but woud happliy live with it for a couple of weeks.
Sounds great with the exhaust and engine work.
Today, I’m loving this;
I love the colour
I love the Campagnolo wheels
I love the vintage Pioneer decals
But most of all, I love that whoever commissioned it, 100% owned one of these as a kid;
Making your childhood toys become real is very cool and I approve wholeheartedly. The listing is HERE.
Now where’s that spare £100k I found down the back of the sofa last week