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Yesterday’s comments of note

Yesterday’s comments of note

A few of the comments that stood out to us yesterday:

sludgo's Mile Markers: Mile 6

“Oh noooooooo, a cliffhanger. I guess I’ll have to tune in again next week – same BaT-time, same BaT-channel…”

1992 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 1

“Would this automobile be suited for a daily 8 mile drive to get my newspaper? Oh, I live in the country and our dirt road is rather twisty with a fair number of off camber turns, short hills, lots of soft dirt and gravel, a short shallow water crossing, and almost no other cars at any given time. Just curious..”

8k-Mile 1990 Mazda MX-5 Miata

“I own 2 Miata’s, one ’95 and a ’97, both 1.8 NA’s. They are so much fun to drive. Funny thing is, most people see them as “hairdressers” cars, but people that have driven them know they are so well balanced and fun to drive. Sure, they’re not as powerful as a 911, but how often can you drive a 911 on the top of it’s performance…? I drive my Miata’s daily, and rev them to 7k RPM all the time, having little drifts in the corners and enjoying the hell out of them, without going lethal and…”

1985 Tatra T613 Special

“This is like a Citroen from an alternate universe.”

1977 Datsun 280Z

“Great looking car. In my youth I had a 76 280z in this color scheme, inside and out. I bought it in the early 1980’s with 107k miles on it. Sold it 3 years later with 123k for the same price. The biggest change in the car while I owned it was how much more rust it had.

These are really enjoyable and reliable cars. This one looks particularly nice. IIRC the 2.8 made about 145 horses which made the car a nice performer for the time and a lot of fun to drive. I always loved the view of the…”

3howS commented on 1977 Datsun 280Z

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