Category Archives: Puerto Rico
Down in the southwest corner of Puerto Rico, back at the end of 2010.
Sometimes known by its internal designation, A70, this is a two-door version of the first generation Mitsubishi Lancer. Never sold in the States, but bristling with 70s JDM charm, the first-generation Lancer is an entrancing automobile. There are deeper thoughts to … Continue reading
The owner told me that the only people in Puerto Rico who can afford to own an American car work for the government. Let’s break this down.
Driving past, not enough time to focus and get the exposure right, but it is a snapshot of what a fast car is for so many people. Ferraris get some of their styling language from cars like these. New markets … Continue reading
carspotting at 60 miles an hour
Pictured at the popular meeting-spot for Guanica’s car enthusiasts, this is a 1978 Cutlass Supreme. I could tell you more about it, but the owner spoke no English and I no Spanish.
This 1983-1987 Toyota Coupe I found in the Puerto Rican town of Guánica isn’t just a car – it’s carchitecture.