The Three Japanese Sports Cars You Need To Buy Now -- AFTER/DRIVE
There are three Japanese sports cars from the 1990s and 2000s you need to
buy right now, if you can find good ones that have been *properly
molested*. What are they? Find out.
(Or just scroll down). With Mike Prichinello and Zac Moseley from Classic
Car Club Manhattan.
Classic Car Club Manhattan
Read the /DRIVE Facebook and Tumblr threads that inspired this show:
MAZDA RX-7 (FD)
TOYOTA MR-2 turbo
1997 Integra R and NSX T on Motorweek
A couple of oldies but goodies; Motorweek reviews the 1997 Acura Integra
Type R, and the NSX T. It's a nostalgic throwback, but they were both
sweet handling cars with free-reving engines for their day, though the 0-60
times on the cars seem a bit conservative. Even today, they're still fun
Cars.com/MotorWeek New Car Preview
Watch hosts John Davis of MotorWeek and Joe Wiesenfelder of Cars.com walk
you through the hottest and most sought-after cars that are coming for the
2014 model year.
MotorWeek - GM G-Body's 1986,87 with Sound !!
Motorweek's review of the G-Bodies. The 442 shown is really an 87'. It's
ashame that GM didn't put the chev TPI 350 engines in the Chev & Yak' &
have the olds with an olds 350 rocket with Fi !
Typical Monte SS performance #'s : 7.8 - 8.4 sec 0-60 , 15.6 - 16.4 sec
84 - 90mph for 1/4 mi ..
86-87 GN : 4.9-5.2 sec , 13.9-14.4 sec , 95-99mph
83-87 Hurst / 442 : 8.2- 9.5 sec , 16.0 - 16.8 sec , 80-84mph