Another interesting find is the Thrifty Rental Cars-only variant, the CSX-T. Though it employed the less powerful Turbo 1 motor and didn't have the swirly composite wheels of the CSX, the Thrifty version was still a hot car. Buying a used rental, especially a boosted, 5-speed CSX-T is sort of like getting involved in a committed relationship with a retired porn star. Be aware of what you're getting into and accept the fact that you're not the first to have done anything. Limiter-bashing in reverse, transitioning to a sidestep of the clutch in 3rd gear? The Thrifty repair records, if they hadn't been intentionally shredded, burned, and re-shredded, would back that up.
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Matt, a self-proclaimed bottom-feeder of the classic car market, spends half of his time buying cars, half of his time retrieving them, and the remaining third on keeping them on the road.