This is my everyday driver, a totally stock '92 townace. 2 liters, 5-speed and maybe around 100hp. It gets me & the kids around. I love this van. Driving on top of the front wheels is a lot of fun. Too bad they're not manufactured anymore. It's previous owner kept it so clean that I'm afraid to add any mods not to mention my wife hates when I spend extra money on the vehicles. This thing is really growing on me. The only additions I made was a leather steering wheel cover.
Check it out, not a spec of rust and you can almost smell the reminance of new car smell if you sniff hard enough. heh,heh,heh...
rear sun roof. The kids like it a lot
It would have been nice to see this model imported into the USA. The dash & interior are so much nicer than the earlier models. I like the rounded out insturment pannel.
Pristine dash with a cubby under the radio & two other cubbys in the console and a storage compartment under the arm rest. I'm trying to find factory-looking cup holders to put somewhere.
here's the leather steering wheel cover. Still wondering If I should go with an after-market wheel. Right now I'm throughly enjoying this ride. I really want to install an ipod connection to my factory AM/FM digital radio to pass the time while washing & waxing her. I picked up a porter cable orbital polisher last week. Now I'll be killing a weekend afternoon or two learning how to make a paint job shine. I'm open to any suggestions.
Also thinking about tinting all the windows black, but I love the open air feel especially when the sun roofs are wide open. It feels like a tour bus, kind of a VW esque feel without the noise, vibration, & rough ride.
Manuveability is pretty cool. Turns really tight circles. Driving into parking spaces is effortless. I like it better than many state-side minivans. Putting it through it's paces can be fun as hell once you get over being afraid of the excess body roll in the corners.
I think I'm gettin too old for the deacals & bumper stickers thing. I tend to go with anynomys & low-key these days. I've also lost touch with what's cool as far as accessorizing goes.