GM's supercharged 3800 V6 was put in lots of different types of cars, which sold in large numbers, and they've been out there long enough to ensure that many
Are you tired of driving cars with the same old Otto Cycle going on under the hood (yes, Wankel owners, we know you're special in a very non-reciprocating way)? You need to get yourself a Miller Cycle machine, and that means supercharging is a necessity! Of course, those ignore-the-rules whackjobs at Mazda were the first ones responsible for putting out Miller Cycle production vehicles, and now you can profit from massive depreciation- and a touch of backyard engineering- by scoring this 2000 Mazda Millenia (go here if the ad disappears) with a somewhat bait-n-switchy asking price of 500 bucks. Oh, wait- it's actually a 1998 car with a 2000 engine. Well, no problem, because other than the dead transmission it runs great! How much will it cost to take this 210 horsepower machine home? Not much, we're guessing, thanks to sign-of-the-times statements such as "need to sell please make offer...i am willing to negociate!!"