Last Call- Not Going Green Edition

In both politics and junkyards, going green is a wedge issue.
Image source: [daeBree via Panoramo]

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  1. Black Steelies Avatar

    In a head on collision between two wedges, somebody's gotta have bottom.

  2. Cynic Avatar

    I wish CANADIAN junkyards were this awesome.
    On second thought, no, I don't. Because this would mean more badass roadsters would be going in the trash.

  3. Van Sarockin Avatar
    Van Sarockin

    Clicked for the TR-7. Left depressed, Like a big, pie-shaped slice was cut out of my heart.

  4. BЯдΖǐL-ЯЄРΘЯΤЄЯ Avatar

    There is more (Audi Coupé 1975?) green out there at the same junkyard
    <img src="; width="550">

    1. dukeisduke Avatar

      Is that what's across from the TR7? I was gonna say, "Hey, there's a 100LS!"

  5. From_a_Buick_6 Avatar

    Green is "The shape of things to come."

    1. JayP Avatar

      I used that quote at my son's Pinewood Derby.
      Fortunately it wasn't totally lost to the unwashed masses.

    2. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar
      Peter Tanshanomi

      There was a shopping mall
      Now it's all covered with flowers
      you've got it, you've got it
      This was a discount store,
      Now it's turned into a cornfield
      you got it, you got it
      Don't leave me stranded here
      I can't get used to this lifestyle

  6. ptschett Avatar

    I wouldn't mind having a green car… as long as it was this one.
    <img src="; width="500"/>

    1. facelvega Avatar

      I'd rather have an Audi coupe, or a TR-7– as long as I had a parts car too. So I guess I'm voting junkyard here.

  7. FuzzyPlushroom Avatar

    If only my 745 would look half that good in glossy lime green with black 'tape stripes' painted (stencilled) on.

    1. CJinSD Avatar

      If good looking is what you're after, 745 is the wrong place to start.

    2. BGW Avatar

      You'll never know 'til you try, y'know.
      We expect pics.

  8. Jim-bob Avatar

    That X1/9 would make a great donor for a Yugo's "big block" engine swap. Add a few chassis bits from an Autobianchi A112 Abarth and the body kit from a Yugo GVX along with a few engine mods from Bayless Fiat/Lancia/Yugo world and you could have a very cool little car for not a lot of cash. Just imagine a double side draft Weber setup sucking air under the hood of some sweet Serbian steel!

    1. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar
      Peter Tanshanomi

      "…sweet Serbian steel"
      Oxygen molecules certainly find it that.

      1. Jim-Bob Avatar

        It just worked too well together in an alliterative sort of way not to use it. Plus, I <3 Yugos!

    2. ZomBee Racer Avatar

      I'm… um… whaaaat?

  9. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar
    Peter Tanshanomi

    I'm lichen both those cars.

  10. Alff Avatar

    This photo is historically inaccurate – it was British Triumph over Germans on Italian soil, not over an Italian on German soil.