I will straight-up buy this off you and ship it to America in 2024 when it'll be legal to bring over.MXM;n3550707 said:After the roadtrip, and the ringmeet, I plan on driving it home, and using it as a daily winter transport. Super excited about it!
a model year 1998 produced in 1999?MXM;n3550722 said:Oh yeah, WD really did a number on that poor car, didn't they.... This is MY98, produced in 99, first registered in 2000. They made them until 2003!
Building "future" cars is some American nonsense. Why can't a model last several years, anyway?Mitchi;n3550930 said:Is it an italian thing to produce an already bygone model year a year later, or is this a typing error? I'd expect a 99 MY produced in 98 ...
Haha, I'm happier with a single Panda than I would be with all the cars you consideredpublic;n3550934 said:Except the price gap that could swallow several cars that I've been considering :lol:
I agree - sometimes I think it's funny when a US-american car is labeled as MY2020 in 2017 or similar :lol:MXM;n3550932 said:Building "future" cars is some American nonsense. Why can't a model last several years, anyway?
But technically, even MY98 means nothing here, as it was basically the same spec between 94-02 or something.
Hm... Can you elaborate? Does locking one side with a handbrake really put any more stress on the diff?Matt2000;n3551109 said:That’s a clever addition, great for getting around tight turns off road too. You would have to be careful not to grenade the diff though, I don’t think Fiat had that kind of thing in mind.