Cars

Jose Fuseli

Thu Aug 08 2013 13:38:34 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Unfortunately, most Lancia Scorpions have long since fallen victims to rust. In fact, there is one parked under a tarp down the street and it kills me every time I drive by because I know that there won’t be much left in a few more years. I would like to save that car, but common sense leads me to believe that this one might be a better choice. The seller claims that this 1976 Scorpion has only covered 48k miles since new. It runs well, looks good, and the $4,500 asking price isn’t too bad either. Find it here on craiglist in Boise, Idaho.
Read more at http://www.barnfinds.com/herbies-girlfriend-1976-lancia-scorpion/#g8xs0uyWtyZiV1Ls.99

Heavyfoot

Mon Aug 12 2013 18:49:48 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

To import the Scorpion for the American market, all kinds of emissions hardware had to be fitted, which brought the car's output from an already low 120 hp to a paltry 81. Almost not worth it.

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