Re: The last four wheels
I have a mild hybrid which is really a bit of a con. There must be some payback for making these as they might get 1 mpg more. I can get 44 mpg if very careful on a long run of 300 miles with no traffic jams. Next car will be a Honda or Toyota hybrid that will run in town on batteries and use petrol on motorways and faster journeys. Buying new cars limits me as i have to have what is allowed.
Given a choice of old classic cars, my choice would be the Sunbeam Rapier of about 1969 with a 1725 5 bearing crank engine. The fastback version.
Pretty rare as they rusted like crazy
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