December 16, 2012

1986 Yugo.

11 comments:

Mikael said...

WHY YOU NO GO ????

Anonymous said...

Many years ago I read a review of the Yugo in which the author mentioned that he thought one of the nicer features was the rear window defroster. He said it was a fan system and it did a wonderful job of keeping your hands warm while you pushed the car.

J+ said...

Zastava!
Jealous.

Chris said...

An alarm on a Yugo?...

joey said...

"Sir this Yugo has been reported stolen. Please step out of the vehicle."

Justin said...

A Yugo?!-Awesome find!
This one looks pretty BA with no bumpers and those wheels.

cesar maisonet said...

Living in New York city and riding the rails as part of the rat race, I find myself as a young man going thru Grand Central termial and the theme for the time was a few Yugo's that were turned into art. One of them ( no lie I'm not making this up) was an out house!

swiftman007 said...

^^ part of the "Yugo Next" exposition

http://www.cruisin66.com/stl/yugonext.html

great white tiburon said...

I've said it before and I'll say it again, I like yugo's. you can tell there is some design influences of the fiat of which this car was based opon. it does have a little Italian econobox flair and despite it's track record it's cool in my book. this one in particular is pretty cool with no bumpers and sporty rims, but that saggy rear end looks horrible. either there's too much weight in the back or that rear end is in serious need of some new springs because that thing looks like it's ready to drop a deuce all over the road.

Edward S. Renouard, III said...

Why is this Yugo trying to trick me into thinking it's a VW Rabbit?

clifton.ra said...

I saw one of these new that had fender flares, spoiler, and tape stripes. It appeared to be either factory or dealer installed equipment.