I always thought the only automakers to make cars with a little place for an umbrella as standard equipment would be the super luxury makers such as Rolls Royce, but I was wrong!
This is a site I had forgotten about for years but it contains all the insane things you can see on Russian roads, odd motorsports, crazy contraptions, restorations of cars I never knew existed, a few Soviet era junk yards, and a heavy dose of general WTf.
Not 1 but 2 Nissan Figaro’s at the Woodward Dream Cruise. Seeing one is in Michigan is like seeing a unicorn. Seeing two is like catching Bigfoot riding a unicorn. I am also completely ignoring the Saleen Mustang in the left hand corner because Pike Cars!!!!
Paging Long Voyager. If you win the lotto I have one for your collection. Seriously though garage kept and driven less than 1000 miles a year.
I was reading an article about bozozoku cars the other day. While I don’t think I can ever fully understand this subculture one thing is painfully obvious: that these cars are not about power, handling, or lap times. These are created for maximum visual and auditory impact. Plenty of other other custom cars are built…
Skyline GTS-t at the grocery store, in the rain, on a Monday night no less. This guy is living his best life.
Spotted outside the local “U-Pick-N-Pull”. Yes the fenders are cut to fit those wheels and the duck bill spoiler is made entirely out of license plates. I kinda dig the junkyard dog vibe on luxury cars but I’m sick in the head so take that as you will.
...and then I remember the rust.
When your friend visits Japan for UNESCO World Heritage sites and Up! Garage, these are the souvenirs you hope for.
In honor of David Tracy discovering the wonderful and weird world of farm equipment I submit my suggestion for the theme music of his future tractor review youtube series.