I recently received the opportunity to get behind the wheel of a low-mileage 1991 Corvette ZR-1. I was thrilled; I’ve always been a huge fan of this car for a number of reasons,
“The new Ford Mustang looks so much worse/better than last year…” Said all of America. Every single year. Since 1971. But everyone is wrong, and they should just listen to me instead.
Warning: this is a real opinion, and I know it’s unpopular. This is NOT going to end in me talking about how much I ‘loved it anyway’ because that’s bullshit. My particular IS300 provided a wealth&hellip
Have you ever had an idea that you thought was completely original, only to find that not only had someone else done it, but had done so with perfect execution? This Fox-Camino is that for&hellip
Too big to fail (the Ford Excursion story) The Ford Excursion is an interesting, unique, and absurdist automobile. Upon its introduction in 1999, for the 2000 model year, it was one of the largest, heaviest&hellip
I’ve been moving and haven’t had enough time to write content lately, so here’s a cool early-70s Civic I saw at Harbor Freight this weekend. Look at its little roof rack! So cute.
Part one of an ongoing series of indeterminate length. Stay tuned. My whole driving-aged life, I’ve driven cars that were relatively reliable, and had never owned a ‘project car’. My first car was a Toyota&hellip
Even highly credible sources can have stupid opinions. I was searching Haggertys’ archives today for evidence to support the argument that a different GM sports car from the early 2000s wouldn’t be a classic, and&hellip
“Is that a monster truck?” The neighbors’ toddler, who loves to climb on me and look at my computer when I’m working in the courtyard, had become fixated by the pictures I was editing. I didn’t want&hellip
We’ve come a long way In 1990, buying a 10-year-old car or engine swap all but guaranteed that you would be purchasing some carbureted, Clean-Air-Act-choked, Malaise Monstrosity. If you wanted to perform an engine swap,&hellip