Another issue of R&T ads is up, third in a row on the 1987 calendar.
Shall we begin?
I don’t know how “happy” its owners were, perhaps “content” is more appropriate.
Following all this text was a double page spread:
Look for the Prelude’s road test tomorrow.
This was indeed a lot of fun in its day. Its replacement, the Jimny, is quite the same (and off road, will put many far more expensive 4X4s to shame). Still going strong even today, almost twenty years since its inception.
The 505 is still with us. Its road test will be posted here later this week.
I’m not a Car-Fi person, but I have a soft spot for these quality stereos of the Eighties. Love the Bass and Treble buttons. simple and effective- much more convenient to use while you’re on the move, rather than those equalizer sliders.
However good or bad the 626 looked in basic trim, those accessories surly ruined its shape for eternity.
Note this ad; it spread over the issue’s center pages, used very thick chromo paper, and was very impressive.
You could send your details free of charge to Ford, er, sorry- Merkur, and get yet more information about the Scorpio.
And have you read its road test? Click here.
Here’s an ad of another car tested by R&T already. High class.
I might be mistaken, by I think this is the first Isuzu ad here. That Impulse doesn’t look half bad.
Ah, the classifieds:
That 1964 Fiat Ghia caught my eye. I can’t remember I ever saw it anywhere.
Thanks for reading. More articles will follow during the week.