Cars today are on sale, virtually unchanged, for years on end. At best theyâ€™ll get a light refresh midway though their production cycle. (You can think of zenki and kouki Nissan S14s, if that helps. It probably doesnâ€™t.) But this wasnâ€™t how it always was.
Someone, something, some guiding spirit of light and practicality, is parking dozens of imported Japanese Domestic Market vans of all shapes and kinds under a freeway in the Bay Area in the U.S., a local has recently discovered.