White ’90 Hatchback


Hatchback alert!  And oh, how your editors wish it were better than this.  Despite the horrible photography, it’s pretty easy to surmise that this ride is destined for the scrapheap very soon indeed.  Without even seeing what sins that blue spray paint may hide, the Craigslist location in Ohio will certainly give a hint.  There’s rust visible even in the dark photos and I would assume, in many, many other places as well.  It’s rare, yes, but also quite done. Continue reading “White ’90 Hatchback”

Red ’92


Joy to those who live in the Inland Northwest – while Seattle and Portland seem to have their share of interesting old cars that have escaped the tin worm due to un-salted winter roads and mild sunshine that doesn’t bake interior plastics – just over a mountain or two are the somewhat forgetten hinterlands of eastern Washington, home of similar, but even cheaper cars. Continue reading “Red ’92”

Wrecked White ’92


An unfortunate rear-end collision victim, this otherwise apparently rust-free northwestern car looks pretty clean.  Almost certainly too much damage for all but the very most hard-core of Prizm enthusiasts, this one is on offer for it’s engine and other greasy bits.  Sadly, only three photos and no information on mileage, other than a statement of a strong-running engine that may need a tune-up. Continue reading “Wrecked White ’92”

On Safety


Modern cars coddle the human form with supportive seats, 3,500 (or more, much more) pounds of metal and plastic, airbags galore and decades of research and development with regard to safely slowing the body in case of a catastrophic change in speed.  Perhaps we as drivers have gotten used to that concept, and have assumed that all vehicles are going to be that way – seeing the way some of you drive, well, yeah. Continue reading “On Safety”

Prizm GSi Registry


We hope to compile a decent listing of the remaining GSi – dead or alive.  If you own a GSi, or have seen one for sale online or in person, fill out the form below!  We will register it here for posterity.  With only about 7,000 ever built, the overall disposable nature of early 90s subcompact cars, and the intervening years, there probably aren’t too many left.

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