I saw a link to this old story on Duncan’s car shop and it had many interesting details on the future Hall of Famer’s second career.
Bloomberg is reporting that Gawker filed for bankruptcy today in New York.
This will sound strange, but I really don’t like music...
We have decided to adopt two new cats from a no-kill shelter that traffics in abandoned/disabled/special needs cats, although the ones we are getting aren’t disabled or blind or anything... I couldn’t handle looking at a cat that walks around on nubby legs all day.
You may not be a basketball fan, but I will assume you understand the value of $90 million and the possible effects it may have on one’s choice of vehicles.
I know many here don’t have the highest opinion of Consumer Reports, but many buyers pay close attention to what they say.
My wife and I took my daughter tubing at a local ski hill this weekend. Good times had by all. When I took off my snow boots (that had been sitting on the garage steps), I was in a hurry but immediately smelled a mix of rotten fish and roadkill sprayed with vinegar.
Other than catching a few minutes of the first one on TV, I have never seen any of the Fast & Furious movies, and I don’t plan to. I feel like instead of wasting several hours, I can just watch a 3 minute video of cars being wrecked on YouTube and get the same experience.
1) Everything new will almost always be awful; until newer, even more awful things make me rationalize why I actually like the old, less awful things.
I’m not a Porsche-file but I know many of you are... either way these interior racing shots are great.
A buddy sent this to me this morning. I’m not going to endorse or criticize, but I will certainly agree with his point that some cars get overly romanticised and it isn’t always deserved.
I was inspired to share this by Tyler’s Foxtrot Alpha pieces that call out debate bullshit on both sides. Facts are always your friend, and around election time there is always a lot of squawking on where our government is wasting money and where that money should be going.
Where do I start with this? Their point is essentially that the vehicles consumers have chosen to purchase are the wrong vehicles. Crossovers aren’t the right choice, small sporty sedans and hatches are the correct choice.
Daniel Ricciardo and Dany Kvyat stopped by the Miyagino sumo stable to promote this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix. Fortunately they were able to work out their differences with the traditional Japanese exchanging of hats.
This data set doesn’t just look at sales volume. We all know that it’d be a map full of F-150s that we’ve all seen before. They’re looking for outliers here... states where a car’s demand is highly disproportionate to its demand nationwide. The info makes for an interesting look at regional automotive preferences with…
On my drive into the office this morning I saw a new thing. That thing was a Nissan X-Trail SE.
This is an incredibly sad story of a 29 year old mother who fell asleep while parked with her foot jammed on the gas... with a baby in the car. I know, I know... BUT
Yes, he does.
I read something this morning on Gawker that made me feel like I just watched a snuff film. I’m not going to preach to anyone about anything, I’m just not comfortable internetting here at the moment. Have a good weekend.
Nissan Skyline GT-R R32