If you're reading this, you're in luck, because thanks to the 25-year rule on imports, we here in the States are finally able to get the cars from Japan’s golden age. These are the JDM icons you can now afford, today!
Today, we're going to take a journey through the history of the Subaru Impreza World Rally eXperimental, or the WRX.
The best part of Japanese cars is they can handle themselves around cars costing three times as much. Even the ones that can’t take down Italian supercars straight from the factory can be tuned to insane numbers.
In this article, we're going to talk about 8 German sports cars that you can own for less than $10,000. Every one of them is an example of precision engineering, because nothing can beat the handling and refinement of Germany’s finest.
Whether you're seeking an ultra-rare replica, classic hot rod, or track-focused monster, there's a kit out there for you. Ideal’s got you covered with this list of 8 incredible kit cars guaranteed to bring a smile to your face!
There’s been four generations of the WRX, but which is best? Well, I’m about to tell you. So yank that E-brake, and let’s jump into what the best Subaru WRX you can buy is!
Whether you’re shredding in the snow, getting dirty in your own personal rally car, or simply want to launch off the line as quickly as possible, all-wheel drive is the way to go, baby! And there's no better feeling than doing it on the cheap! What could go wrong?
You my friend, you’re into something a bit more nimble, a bit more intelligent, you want to build yourself a fast four-cylinder! Well, good news, Ideal fam, I'm here to show you 10 of the craziest, most desirable, and most buildable four-bangers ever!
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