Introduction: Just liked I promised here is my Japanese car list. To keep is simple as possible I am doing JDM cars. JDM stands for Japanese Domestic Market. Basically these cars were sold in America. Watch out for my Euro top 10 list coming soon!
#10. The last generation 300zx is a real icon of 1990s performance vehicles. From front to back the 300zx is 1st class. The interior was pretty nice in these as well. You have a few cool options with these cars such as auto transmission, 5speed manual, t-tops, rag top, or twin turbo.
Introduction: This list is solely based on my opinion. All these vehicles are production cars. Just because a car is not ranked high does not mean it’s bad. I would like feedback so feel free to leave it below the article and I will respond. Thanks for reading as usual and look out for my Japanese car list soon.
#10. The Buick Grand National was one of the fastest American production cars of the 1980′s. This car looks sleek and sexy stock. All were made in black. This inter-cooled turbo V6 has shocked the world over and over. When modified a Grand National can be quite the challenge to beat in a race. I have seen many of these G bodies with the V6 wheel stand at the track.
HID stands for high-intensity discharge lamp. HID lights have gotten to be very popular today. These lights give a vehicle a totally different look at night. A vehicle equipped with HID’s is so much safer due to higher visibility. A larger amount of late model cars and trucks come with bright HID’s now. You can even customize your ride with different color shade bulbs. Just the other day I saw a Grand Prix with purple HIDs.
*1996 SVT Mustang Cobra*
These days even base model cars come with allot of of horsepower. If you had 305hp in the 1990′s you were in a pretty fast car. So now that the 2011 V6 Mustang has 305hp we are going to compair it to the last Mustang that had the same output. Way back around 1996 the SVT Cobra had 305hp stock, which it was one of the fastest American cars produced that year. So now we will take a perfromance look between these two distant cousins.
Earlier this week Ford announced the death of the Mercury Brand. Mercury has been around since 1939. Mercury has also made some really cool cars over the years. But since 2004 I have not seen a new Mercury car that was eye catching. On the other hand I do hate see another American car brand go down. On this short article I am going to post a few of the hottest Mercury’s ever made in celebration of their heritage.
*1949 Hot Rod Merc*