Ride-Sharing Poll: PASMAG Feature Cars

PASMAG Ride Sharing Poll Feature Vehicles

With the popularity of ride-sharing services like Uber, Lyft, Sidecar, Haxi and Blancride, what if we at PASMAG set up a system where you were able to ride-along with a car competitor or feature car to a car show or meet, to the movies, a long-drive to Las Vegas or even to pick-up your ride at the shop with newly installed mods? Some of these destinations aren't covered by a public transport system, other places are best for carpooling to lower fuel usage and transport costs, and some places you just want to be seen with a cool car, high-status individual or established car tuner/builder.

We selected 6 of our cover and feature vehicles in our ride-sharing service. Which one would you pick and what destination would you choose (event, city, attraction, landmark, etc)?


1. Yuki Kamakura's 1997 Series 4 FD3S Type RS (More info and pics HERE)



2. Ken Block's Hoonigan Racing 1965 Ford Mustang RTR "Hoonicorn" (More info and pics HERE)



3. Atsushi Ito's 2013 Scion FR-S (More info and pics HERE)



4. J.J. Dubec's 2013 Nissan R35 GT-R (More info and pics HERE)



5. Tyler Pflanz's 1993 Toyota Supra (More info and pics HERE)



6. Hoonigan Racing's Ford F-150 SVT RaptorTRAX (More info and pics HERE)

We would love to hear your stories.

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