I may be alone here, but I find this picture quite humorous.
Chevette’s don’t exist anymore because they were considered “throw away cars” that were so cheap and slow that nobody cared about them. They were rarely, if ever, loved by their owners, and never taken car of. All, except this one. This car is owned by a coworker that has owned it since it was practically new. It has something like 30K original miles, and it is pristine from every angle. Every time I walk buy it I battle ideas in my head of what I would do with it if it were mine. On one hand, this little Scooter would be incredible with a new turbocharged ECOTEC engine, 6 gears, and tires wide enough to make it corner like an Enzo. Then on the other hand, it would be an absolute tragedy to cut up such a perfect low mileage original car. I just can’t make sense of it all. Read More