1978 Triumph TR7Review
Funcar But Don't Depend On It — handels like a dream, it's a british car so everyone knows that the build quality is horrible cost of ownership has been pretty low, on a over pass on ramp I've gotten more then 2 latteral G's and you can do a slalem course as fast as ferrai F430
Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)
Pros: its cool and fun
Cons: make sure you bring a jacket because you never know weither its going to start or not
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