There isn't a single high-glamour part on Brad Bedell's MR2. The body is basically stock, the interior is basically stock, the stock suspension geometry is in place, the brakes are dang near stock and the engine is out of a Camry. Come on, is there anything more run of the mill than a Camry?
Man, we wish they didn't change the MR2. Back in the day when the Mark II Toyota MR2 came out, it was the hot shizzy. Replacing the squared-off look of the Mark I with the smooth lines of the boosted man-missile you see before you was one of Toyota's best move
Oh, the barriers of language: how they amuse our empty, dirty minds! We're not talking about badly translated, slightly redundant instructions that end up sounding like Mojo Jojo ranting at the Power Puff Girls; we're talking single words that may mean nothing
So, is it a non-turbo or isn't it? Magnifying-glass wielding fans of the second-generation, mid-engine, rear-drive MR-2 will immediately spot the flat vents over the engine compartment-a sure sign of a normally aspirated powerplant. But looks, in this case, ar