1977 Toyota CressidaReview
Japanese Muscle Car :) — Mechanics are bullet proof, but the metal is bad quality. Performance-wise it's not a bad car, it won't win many drag races, but has fairly good roadholding for a 70's saloon. They get faster as more metal dissolves. :p
Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)
Pros: It's something different
Cons: It dessolves like an aspirin
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