By on December 12, 2011

Some cars that show up in junkyards were moving under their own power just days before their final tow-truck ride… and others spent decades in a field somewhere, waiting for the price of scrap steel to make hauling-away worthwhile. This Colt, which I found close to the ’83 Cordia in a California self-serve yard, is the latter type. (Read More…)

Recent Comments

  • DenverMike: “…a vehicle, that don’t even fit on the roads and infrastructure…” Wow...
  • S2k Chris: “my 2001.5 Passat…rock solid in build quality” You and I have a different definition of...
  • phila_DLJ: I myself prefer Kingsman.
  • slavuta: Yep. And also, a car with a new engine is a car that can go longer. On the other side, it sucks that someone...
  • 30-mile fetch: What sold you on it over the CR-V, RAV4, and Escape?

New Car Research

Get a Free Dealer Quote

Staff