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My dad and I are going to go down to Missouri to pick up a 1978 Chevrolet Malibu. We had some ideas for it like making a car that was fast on the street and fast on dirt. We like the idea of some wide tires on the front and rear. We are likely going to drop a 4 speed manual transmission and a 350 small block in it. I want to know if dirt track tires are street legal, what kinds are recommended for cheap, and if they’ll last long being that they’re made for dirt and not asphalt. It’s just a little project, and some ideas right now.
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I am seeking advice and recommendations in my search for new (used) car that will fit my comute to my new job. I will be driving about 75 miles each way making it about 750 miles per week (mainly highway). I have a budget of about $7000. Is there any affordable and reliable brands/models that you guys can recommend I should be looking for? I’d much appreciate the help!
Hi, first time here but looking for some advice from someone with some experience. Im looking to get a new car, mainly because I sail small dinghies and need to tow one around without destroying my fuel economy and I was under the impression that the torque of a diesel would deal with the added wind resistance better (they don't add much in the way of weight, just size). Due to some good reviews and some drives in a friends I was looking at a ford focus hatchback, no more than 3 years old, and found that around my price range (8k) I could get either a 2010 1.8l or a 2011 1.6. Does anyone have any experience or recommendations as to which would better for dealing with relatively long journeys with a boat behind?