...hmmm, is it not possible to import one from europe ???The Cheat said:If your Lupo 3L was that funky limey yellow color, I'd offer you a fair trade...what am I saying, I'd trade you right now for yours if I wasn't so attached to MY oil-burner.
Wish we got those here.
/wishing a Lupo 3L to come to the US
you won´t believe, but we made a small race on an empty street as i got my Beetle TDI few weeks ago..ASurroca said:In other words, does it drive as slowly as it drinks fuel?
I researched it...because we don't get the Lupo at all here in the US, I can bring it in as a parts car (in pieces), show car (meaning 500 miles or less/year), or if I actually want to drive it, I need to sacrifice a Lupo to the NHTSA, who after crashing it will say yes or no.PieAitsch said:...hmmm, is it not possible to import one from europe ???
i mean, we are also importing chevy´s or caddy´s to europe, so why not importing Lupo´s to the US ?
...soo if you are in europe somewhen, for holiday or business trip, visit us... you can ride the 3L for the time you spend here
...have a nice weekend.
??? after crashing it ??? hmm after a crash you´re not able to drive the car anymore ...what is that NHTSA ?The Cheat said:.... i need to sacrifice a Lupo to the NHTSA, who after crashing it will say yes or no.
As for coming to Europe...don't tempt me. I've been wanting to back, and the promise of a drive in a Lupo 3L is really making me wonder whether I want to move or blow the money on a vacation.