they stated it as a pretty nice car but as the cheap mans vette is kinda how i think they were making it look, it was a 72 i believe that they showed, and also they really didnt explain the facts on how only several of the 68-69 gt's came with the 1.1l and all the others that came to the u.s. were the 1.9l. i think they should do a whole 15 minute show on speed vision just about the gt that would get are cars out there in the open and then people might no what it is when they see one, hehehe.
It's utter BS the way tipping has gone in the US.
Now there are jobs that actually EXPECT a tip as part of the service.
We pay for a service, then have to add money, out of the goodness of our hearts, just so the end service provider can make ends meet.
When I go to a...
I have a plain US 1972 Opel Manta that I'm beginning to restore. I have a line on a 1973 Rallye model for parts. I've read that the Rallye adds the stripes and the gauge package, but also has different suspension. Anyone know what the specific changes on the suspension are for a Rallye?
This is a popular thread in another car forum that I frequent, so I thought I would try it out here, and see if it catches on.
In that forum, it is a "sticky" so it stays near the top of the thread list and has about 180 pages of replies. :cool:
Basically, just a few words or whatever you want...