About Us

The Daily Turismo staff is a collection of car enthusiasts, lunatics and wanna-be writers.  When we aren't slaving away at finding a pun for the name Cimarron, we are racing, buying, breaking, fixing, and sometimes selling cars.

We're always on the lookout for cheap, fun daily drivers and project cars. No big-bucks classics, over-restored trailer queens or million dollar prototype racers will be found on this site. We'd like to show that anyone with a steady job and a bit of mechanical aptitude can enjoy a unique, fun "daily turismo." There is no need to drive a 10-year old beige transportation appliance if you're a car nut on a budget!

Help, my wheel has fallen off and I can't get up!

7 comments:

  1. Why don't you have a daily email like BaT?

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    1. Christopher,
      We do have a daily email - to get it enter your email address in the box on the right hand banner (just under the search box and above the blog archive feature).
      Thanks,
      Vince

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  2. How do you guys feel about 944's, 1st gen. MR2's, Miata's, the like.

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  3. I recommend that you feature the Alfa Romeo 164. I recently bought two of them on eBay for $3000 apiece (one stick, one auto). It's the best car I've ever driven. It's what the Italian highway patrol drove in the nineties. I think it's the most used car for the money. Not beautiful, but still attracts attention. It's the last Alfa sold in the US.
    http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Alfa_164_red_2.0.jpg

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  4. Just back from the Carlisle Import Show. Some amazing Citroen DSs (not for sale). I'd like to buy one. Please be on the lookout. Thanks.

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  6. Hello,
    I need advice on purchasing a 1984 Plymouth Turismo, I'm a 25 year old active massage therapist but I love classics, I've done a little bit of research on the Turismo and I'm just not sure. The seller explained it was a daily driver and is asking for 1900. Help a sister out on making a good decision. :)

    Thanks,
    Nikko

    Link to Turismo:
    http://inlandempire.craigslist.org/cto/4889647436.html

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