Nah, that's OK. Leave it. I was bored and it's going to rain this weekend here in Texas. I can't wait to see what Fiat brings to the U.S. now that they have part of Chrysler.Yeah, they've been around for a while over here lol. I could delete my post to give someone else a bash at it lol.
Almost, but not quite. It's listed as a "K12 March Cal Pepper Froggy" from a company called "Blow" in Japan. It's based on the Nissan March, but they re-do the body to emulate a Beetle. It's the same company that gives us the "Lapin - Free Rider" (Chevy Blazer lookalike), the "Hiace 200 - Papa Rider" (Dodge A100 van lookalike), and other Americanized microvans/microtrucks/cars in that other planet we call Japan.That one is the outgoing Nissan Micra, certainly some odd proportions on that one......
Hey! I almost bought a new Pacer X back in '75. I liked it's "out of the box" thinking, but I bought a new Chevy Laguna Type S-3 instead....and was very glad I did. It was a far better chick magnet than the Pacer would have been.Maybe with a little luck, we can get the Chinese auto companies to clone this classic jewel:
Weren't those '70s great? I had a 65 Vette Stingray roadster and BSA Lightening motorcycle... (what happened??)Hey! I almost bought a new Pacer X back in '75. I liked it's "out of the box" thinking, but I bought a new Chevy Laguna Type S-3 instead....and was very glad I did. It was a far better chick magnet than the Pacer would have been.
March = Micra depending on where you are in the world. Same car. I didn't pick up in that photo that it had been modified, though! We got the original March (Japanese name) / Micra (Canada/Europe) in the mid 1980's. I know the outgoing March/Micra has a bubbly front end with headlights reaching way back towards the windshield. If it's a Japanese-market model it would have officially been a March.Edited to reflect it being based on a Nissan March, not a Micra.