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Renault Dauphine, Ford Econoline Pickup, Citroën DS Break: The Dopest Cars I Found For Sale Online – Jalopnik

You’re looking at a right-hand drive van that has a turbo diesel engine, four-wheel drive, low range gearing and tons of ground clearance. I mean, what’s not to love about that? Well, Maine, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania and New York doesn’t love them.

But if you’re not in those states, this egg-shaped van is begging to be taken on an off-road adventure. It’s $13,000 on Facebook Marketplace in Salt Lake City, Utah with 88,000 miles.


That’s it for this week! Have you purchased a car from one of these posts? If so, I want to know.

If you know of a weird car for sale on Facebook Marketplace or Craigslist, drop it down in the comments or send it along in an email! If the car’s still for sale, we may feature it in a future post.

Source: https://jalopnik.com/renault-dauphine-ford-econoline-pickup-citroen-ds-bre-1848236407

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NASCAR’s Symmetrical Next Gen Cars Are Getting Skewed In Practice – Jalopnik

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Is Norway the future of cars? – Kathimerini English Edition

The speed by which electric vehicles have taken over Norway has stunned even the cars’ enthusiasts. [Asya Demidova/The New York Times]

Last year, Norway reached a milestone. Only about 8% of new cars sold in the country ran purely on conventional gasoline or diesel fuel. Two-thirds of new cars sold were electric, and most of the rest were electric-and-gasoline hybrids.

For years, Norway has been the world leader in shifting away from traditional cars, thanks to government benefits that made electric vehicles far more affordable and offered extras like letting electric car owners skip some fees for parking and toll roads.

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