I would rock the hell out of one of these. Maybe worth restoring one some day? Who knows
How much will a base 340hp F-Type eventually be worth when it hits rock bottom on depreciation curve?
Remember to work hard and you too can have a stunning 1957 Cadillac
2012 Boss 302
Stay fancy out there today!
The foggy headlights win. I just need to buy new ones.
I present to you the 1956 Continental owned by none other than Elizabeth Taylor. The American luxury car market has had its ups and downs but this was certainly one of its finest moments.
Maybe it is because it is the first hot Vette I can remember, maybe it is because my grandpa owns one now, or maybe it is just because it is one cool ass ride.
Anyone have any idea?
What is the most “American” car not made by a US manufacturer? My answer should be obvious; styling that looks like what an 80s Mustang should have been, V8 power, and good ol’ English heritage not unlike the US of A.
Cars have gotten so fast in the past couple years that the slowest accelerating car in this picture is probably the GT500. Assuming it is a 2013 that means 0-60 in 3.5 seconds. Or if it was a 2012 it would be 0-60 in 4 seconds. We live in a world were 4 seconds is perceived to be slow to sixty.
On sunny and beautiful day like today would be a blast to drive. Also it is stunning which helps.
So today at the Columbus Auto Show there was no Shelby GT350, no Ford GT, no ZR1, and no Hellcat, no Ford ST Focus or Fiesta. I mean I get it why Mercedes, Audi, BMW, etc. did not have strong showings however, I expect the domestic car companies to do a little better. Rant over.
They also need to bring back the Challenger T/A there has to be a lightweight version they can make before the Challenger kicks the bucket in a couple years.
I saw a Beechcraft Starship in the wild. I had never heard of it before. And I was very impressed to see it. That is all.
It has seen better days.
Just a reminder cars can be works of art if done correctly
A most excellent shade of green.
Left or right?