Good thread!!!! Really nice cavy wagon! I did look at a few for sale on craigslist, if I was going to have a cavy it had to be a wagon.
I have a few cars...
My 1987 Toyota MR2 was a fantastic car, it was abused by me daily, 7K rpm shifts regularly, straight pipe exhaust that would shoot fire often, took me across the united states and back with 260K+ miles on the clock. I really think the Miata handles better and can take corners slightly faster than a first generation AW11 MR2 but the AW11 is so much more fun than a Miata, and scary at times too! It has to be straight piped, it just has to be, the engine is behind you and its so incredible to hear that 16V DOHC scream. Mine was turbocharged with mega squirt for a short period of time, mega squirt was had tunes set for MPG and performance with a easy selector switch, I managed 41 MPG across the USA with zero aero mods, stock tires at 30psi, with a stock ecu (mostly 55mph and very easy on the throttle)
But even though my MR2 was completely incredible and I miss it dearly, my heart will always belong to my 1987 CRX DX. I bought it from a friend that had it, it was heavily rusted from Pennsylvania (go figure I live there now), white with grey body molding, I put VX wheels on it painted white of course, msd 6a ignition, managed 35-40mpg regularly with a carburetor (CVCC). I did a complete blue to black interior swap from a Si crx, suspension upgrade from a integra. It had a glass pack on it when I got it, must have been on there for a while because it had a slight burnt exhaust valve hiccup when idling that I loved to hear. My 1980 Plymouth Arrow (Mitsubishi Lancer re badged for usa) was the first good mpg vehicle I had, but the CRX was the first I really started paying attention to mpg with due to the cost of gas increasing at the time. I regret not having any pictures of it anymore, I might have some on a old laptop, It was simular to this, white/grey with the lower front lip painted black and white vx wheels. It had some rear fender rust that I cut my hand on (required 5 stiches) so I named it stitch .
View my fuel log 2014 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 44.8 mpg (US) ... 19.1 km/L ... 5.2 L/100 km ... 53.9 mpg (Imp)