Car works great, is my daily driver. Time to move on to something newer and better, the car definitely needs some work mostly paint related. Hit a curb a while back, got an alignment car drives fine just has a wandering issue on turns and some shaking while you brake my guess is something with loose components, everything was replaced with the engine just the drive train is original. A couple of the interior pieces have been removed for the installation of aftermarket components and will be put back after the sale. Once in a while 3rd gear will grind. hit some debris on the highway damaging the front end replaced the whole front bumper. I ended up having to total out the car therefore it has a rebuilt title. One of the brake calipers I believe needs to be replaced and there is some slack in the driveshaft. The car has no ac, no power steering and I have a box of stock parts I can include in the sale. I have described to the vehicle to the best of my knowledge it is your responsibility to ask me any additional questions that you may have, don't expect the car to be perfect as it is made in 1995. I want to make sure that everything is accurately displayed as possible and don't want anyone to be surprised when they receive the vehicle. The car definitely needs some work before it can be at its 100%. As is no warranty, I've put about 10k miles on the new engine and everything is working perfectly. The car is also for sale locally I reserve the right to end the auction at any time. I have receipts for all aftermarket parts installed. The price listed above is simply a price point for negotiation, I am definitely open to offers, If I part out the vehicle I can definitely make close to asking price for the vehicle so don't try and low ball me. I would rather see the car gone as a whole, have owned the vehicle since 2005.
1995 3000gt vr4 167k on bodyMods list:low mileage jdm engine 40-50k milesintrax springsphillips 4300k hid kit3sx lower adjustable control armswalbro lph 255 fuel pump with 3sx hard wire kitips single tip exhaustmagnaflow high flow cat3sx down pipe exhaust is 3 inches all the way back99 front bumper 99 front corners65% tread hankook v12 tires17 in vr4 spyder wheels cx racing y pipemishimoto radiatorknock off ssqv bovoptima red top batterynew knuckles and wheel bearing on frontnew inner and outer tie rodnew axlesthe car also passed emissions
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The '80s is just far enough away now that it no longer seems like an era defined by Reagonomics and neon clothing. Filmmaker Matt Clark has embraced the look of the music videos of the decade in his new short film titled Orange Orchid, set in 1987 in Chiba and Yokohama, Japan. The video features some great sports coupes of the time and is set to the song I Know There's Something Going On from Abba-alum Frida (along with drumming and backup vocals from Phil Collins).
Wed, 30 Oct 2013 07:59:00 EST
Clark really embraces the pop-culture look of the era's videos with big hair, a healthy dash of neon, inexplicable smoky rooms and big, over-wrought movements. However, the real stars for us are the pair of '80s sports coupes that also kind of personify the main characters. Nijo in her denim jacket has a modded Camaro Z/28 with huge, dished wheels sticking way out past the fenders. Naturally, the Chevy also features some great butterscotch paint and a car phone inside. Alex, the guy pursuing her, forgoes any obvious upgrades in favor a clean, all-white Mitsubishi Starion to go along with his tailored suit and giant cell phone.
We wish this video featured the cars a bit more prominently, but that drumbeat from Collins on this forgotten 80s gem is pretty fantastic, too. Give it a listen in the video.
Japan is the country that gave us the GT-R, the LFA and the STI. But it's also the home of Hello Kitty. We try our best to ignore the commonality, but now Mitsubishi is putting it right in our faces with the new Hello Kitty edition Mirage.
Mon, 16 Dec 2013 11:29:00 EST
Decked out in pink, the special Mirage arrives on the occasion of the character's 40th anniversary. It comes decked out with Hello Kitty decals on the outside, special hubcaps and unique upholstery. It's even got a Hello Kitty pillow inside, for crying out loud.
Fortunately, only 400 examples will be made, hopefully only for domestic consumption, wearing a sticker price of 116,970 yen (equivalent to about $12k). Now we wish we could say this was a first, but sadly it's not - not even for Mitsubishi.
Mention the name Mitsubishi to different people and you'll likely get two startling different images. Environmentalists will focus on the company's strides in developing EVs, while performance enthusiasts will point you toward the Lancer Evolution. The prevailing wisdom was that Mitsubishi would cancel the latter to concentrate on the former, but the latest intel suggests that the two will be reconciled with a new Evo around the corner.
Although Mitsubishi is reportedly working to streamline its lineup from 23 models on 12 different platforms to 13 models on 7 by 2016, the next Evo will stand as an exception. Like Subaru did with the formerly Impreza-based WRX (or for that matter Nissan with the formerly Skyline-based GT-R), the new Evo won't have anything to do with the next Lancer, which itself will be based on a Renault-Nissan platform.
On that unique platform, Mitsubishi is likely to install a small direct-injection turbo engine (potentially a diesel) that could be based on the 1.1-liter, three-cylinder turbo engine in the XR-PHEV concept we saw in Tokyo, supplemented by small electric motors with lightweight batteries and driving all four wheels through an enhanced version of the company's Super All-Wheel Control system. As to whether the Evo name will carry over, that remains to be seen, but if these reports prove accurate, its spirit could very much live on.