Hmmm… older C4 Corvette and LR. Not sure those rigs are opposite. One thing for sure- reliable wheels is not one of this owners priorities.
Both of these relatively rare vehicles are denied the garage.
Not uncommon in my ‘hood to see $100K+ parked in the driveway, while $500 worth of garage sale stuff fills the actual garage. Makes me grin.
Differences: Black and White? Sports Car and SUV? 2 seats and 7 seats? 2WD vs AWD?
Similarities: Both have V8 engines. Both are at or very near the bottom of their depreciation curves (which I don’t think are turning up anytime soon). Both would seem to be relatively rare in Eugene. Both are facing the same way. I don’t think I want to be responsible (fuel, maintenance, tires, etc) for either…
Both 16 in. rims, altho different size tires.
‘Murica and Oz!
Oh man. That shot is painfully and awesomely Midwestern.
I just have eyes for the storage building…
My parents have had various Corvettes and SUVs sharing their driveway in the last twenty or so years; it’s a pretty decent combo.
About ten years ago, my friend’s parents owned a Rover and a ‘Vette, though not exactly the same pair as these (a late 90’s Range Rover for Mom and an early C6 hardtop for Dad).
Of course, they didn’t share a driveway, as the parents in question had divorced in the late 80’s.
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