Got a couple of cars here that I have been having way too much fun with
First up, a cross country rally 1960s rally wagon that eats up Utah like its nothing
1964 Everette Ellston Custom V8 – 4x4 Swapped
Someone apparently decided they didn’t like the FWD and decided to put a 4x4 drive train in. Wouldn’t be too hard because it was a longitudinal FWD design and Fenton’s E platform did have a RWD sports car built on it, the ill-fated Fenton SE.
Comes with rally wheels, 4-speed manual, lockers at both ends, and sway bars for better softroad cornering.
Next up. An American version of the BMW E30 M3.
1982 Fenton ET300 RS
An an era of slow, ugly, and very very forgettable cars with crap fuel economy, one American car dared to be different. The Fenton Executive Touring car. The 300 RS trim was a bonafide sporting machine and although somewhat slow by modern standards, it blew most everything in its own era out of the water.
Comes with high output Fenton 90 degree V6, 5 speed manual, low profile sport compound tires, aero package, and suspension tuned for pure driving experience.
(For real! this thing sticks like glue. And keeps itself in check without also making the driving experience as boring as getting stuck behind a pensioner driving out to the polls so they can vote straight party ticket.)
Fenton ET - 300 RS.car (60.2 KB)
Lastly, a factory sleeper.
1999 Everette Vancouver GST8
The GST8 variant is to the Everette Vancouver as the GS is to the Buick Regal. It’s a factory sleeper and no one ever sees its coming. But this land barge is going to put your RSX and Impreza to shame. The worst part is the amount of money you spent modding those cars simply to lose to a dad car is more money spent than if you had just bought the dad car. Because most people who bought GST8s don’t know the gem their sitting on and offload them cheap.
More of a straight line performer, its best usedfor dragging and highway pulls. It will still handle itself through corners if asked though. It will just protest with a good bit of understeer.