Classic Cars

My step-brother had a TR-4, but I’m surprised that you can pick up a TR-6 for that little money. Seems like a great deal. It may soon be the only way you can get a real stick shift.

2 comments on this post.
  1. MfK:

    The car that I remember most fondly was my 1970 Datsun 510, which I bought from the daughter of one of my college professors for $70. It had 70,000 miles on it when I bought it, and I put another 70,000 on it. It had a 4 cylinder, 1.6 liter engine copied from the British Leyland aluminum block, cast iron sleeve in-line 4. It was absolutely indestructible, and I could perform any maintenance (up to and including pulling the head, which I had to do once) with my regular set of hand tools. When I left school to go to work, I sold it for $65. I wish I could find another on. It was amazing.

  2. William Barton:

    My 17 Impreza came with a stick. The boxer, AWD, and 5-speed work well together. Which is a lot more than I can say for the AWD and VST on my 08 Vue.