And from Turkey. The thing about Anadols though is that they weren't as crappy as you might think. And just look at those whitewalls! Starsky and Hutch had nothing on this with their Ford.
Last week, I told you all about the Allard Clipper, Britain's (and possibly Europe's) first fiberglass car. Shortly after the Clipper disaster, fiberglass became accepted and an enterprising Australian who had never built a car before brought the technology down under.
Designed by the same guy who gave us the Lotus Elite, only 209 fiberglass coupes were built by Citroën for the fancy British.
Welcome to Forgotten Cars, where we highlight fascinating cars and engines that are obscure, unrecognized and lost to the passage of time.
Some brilliant entrepreneur on eBay is offering a fiberglass body kit designed to turn your $1,600 mid-'90s Honda Civic coupe into the $1.6 million Bugatti Veyron for just $4,500. Buy it. Buy it now. You absolutely must.
Most of us likely owned an affordable plastic Ferrari when we were kids - made by either Revell or Airfix. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 308 GTB is plastic, and there's no assembly required. But is its price a model of value?
Kyle Peters was killed riding his bike Tuesday when a vehicle struck the Canadian teenager. The driver fled, leaving behind only this 11" x 16" piece of black fiberglass. If you know what it is, leave a comment below. UPDATE!
Many of us around these parts maintain a bit of skepticism when it comes to the prospect of corn-based ethanol serving as a long-term gasoline substitute, or even a viable short-term patch before our great hydrogen-powered future. Fun though it may be to make ethanol-powered Vettes and Corn gas Koenigsegg's, the idea…
Occasionally, as the annals of automotive history reveal, an automaker will reach its bony fingers up from a shallow grave to take a few stagger-steps toward greatness, only for corporate interests to lop off its zombie head. Take the Kaiser-Darrin 161, for example. Kasier-Frazer was the last new American car company…