Granny turismo

Ponchard, Nathan
October 2003
Wheels;Oct2003, p32
Evaluates the performance capabilities of several automobiles. Volvo 164E sedan from Volvo; Toyota Cressida from Toyota; Ford LTD from Ford.


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