We Imported 3 TERRIBLE Sports Cars From Around The World (& Ruined Them IMMEDIATELY) | Car Trek S7E1



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On the first episode of Car Trek Series 7, AutoTempest challenges the guys to find the best imported cars they could get their hands on. Since they’d have to be at least 25 years old to qualify for importation, the guys would have to choose cars from the greatest decade – the ’90s. Tyler brought a heavily modified BMW E30 325i hot rod from Lebanon, Freddy lets his JDM freak flag fly with an inappropriate Mazda RX-7, and Ed outdoes himself and shows up in the most offensive TVR Cerbera ever made. They are then told to meet at the Freedom Factory for a race. Hell yeah, brother.
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38 Comments

  1. I like vin wiki, and when they tell stories about their car experiences, with the dark lighting and smooth talking.

    And i respect all 3 of these guys😄👍, cool content, but when they get together and do this bootlegged Top gear thing, its just so raunchy.

    Mimiking jeremy, richard or james is a huge compliment, obviously they stared in the most viewed show ever.

    I dont know, it doesnt look good, but….. Its a comment😄

  2. If the TVR didn’t feel like it was falling apart i’d have one because it looks cool, give it a v10, rebuild the chassis adding sound dampening and bushings just to keep it from shaking so much

  3. All three are legendary cars for most car people outside the US. I am glad that Amercans now appreciate cars outside of their country. The only sad thing is that before, we used to get our half-cut JDMs cheap. Now, they Americans are buying them and prices just went up. But that’s good for the industry – bigger market and most importantly, more people appreciating these machines!

  4. Tavarish needs to learn a thing or two about rotaries. Long cranking to start is a sure sign of low compression (apex seal damage). Revving the nuts off your rotary when it does start is probably how the low compression originated. Rotaries need to be thoroughly warmed up before you beat on them. Steel rotors in aluminium housings expand at different rates so the temps need to stabilise for proper clearances etc. Looked after properly they’ll take all sorts of abuse and keep on going. They’ve got a bad rep from ignorant owners who have no idea how to operate them.

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