Sounds like the cadence of the quarterback ready to make an audible right? Or just a slightly confused Japanese-American sedan…Continue reading “Blue ’92”
Every once in a while, it’s a good idea to just sit back and relax. So put down the wrench and enjoy a few moments of zen on Washington’s beautiful North Cascades Highway.
Looking for a fixer or parts car in super-rare hatchback form and live on the East Coast?
It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Not a lot of GSi out there to choose from for sale. Either some genius is hording them in a climate-controlled warehouse, or there just aren’t too many left. While the former is a lottery win dream come true for some, I would suspect that the latter is the case. Continue reading “No Title, No Problem – White ’90 Sedan For Sale”
Just when you think the supply of GSi has been exhausted completely, another red sedan pops up in a junkyard. Perhaps this recent drought can be attributed to people suddenly realizing that this particular model is deserving of restoration and preservation, or maybe we truly are reaching the bottom of the barrel. In any case, here’s a potential parts car for you if you’re in the Pacific Northwest.
Well, it’s been a while again – very few GSi available for sale for the past few weeks – unless you count those that are strangely still for sale. But this particular example is probably the cheapest one seen online – just $350 bones gets you in the door of GSi ownership.
Given that cars last much longer than they did 30 years ago, it’s really no wonder that a vast majority of cars sold today are some variation of beige, silver, gray, black or white. No one wants to have a garish color polluting their driveway for the next decade when a simple black makes a classy and not too brash statement.
Likewise, no dealer wants to have a handful of unfashionable teal sedans languishing on the lot while the more conservatively-tinted cars move quickly. It’s then no surprise that the manufacturers are constantly tweaking the color selection of various models to meet or anticipate demand year-by-year.
But have you ever wondered why you’ve never seen that bold Dark Blue Metallic on a GSi hatchback? Or why it seems like most every GSi you see is Bright Red?