- Aug 1, 2006
In the US, E10 is essentially all you get unless you specifically hunt down otherwise based on mostly rumors and hearsay.We've had E10 for over a decade. I think classic car owners tend to pay the premium for E5. Also marine stations never have anything but E5 and diesel, probably due to the large number of carbed old outboards etc still in use.
Kadett E with Rieger bodykit was my dreamcar "some" years agoThe automotive timeline of aging goes something like this:
Astra H - Affordable first car or family car. Sound purchase most of the time.
Astra G - Sure, if it’s in reasonable condition still.
Astra F - Why even bother? Scrap the thing already.
Kadett E - I love it that someone is keeping this on the road.
I know where a Yugo with some mild surface rust is for sale. To far? lol
I can't find a Lemans at all. Plenty of the real ones, but not a single Daewoo Lemans.
Yugo might be interesting. Like I need another project...
Edit: I did think of you Sunday while driving through Oklahoma, @GRtak . Spotted a Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2 (yes the homologation car) sitting in a field. Didn't look too bad, but it's sad it's there.
.... STRICTLY OUT OF INTELLECTUAL CURIOSITY, does it have a price?