Mergio’s health has worsened, and he’s decided to step down as CEO. He’s been replaced by Jeep boss Mike Manley.
It’s quite German and quite teal.
Greenlight and Tarmac Works seem to be holding up their deal into 2018, with the release of this new retooling of Greenlight’s R34 Skyline cast with the livery of the NISMO Pennzoil JGTC Skyline used in the 1999 racing season. This is a limited edition release that I was lucky enough to grab from a friend who runs a…
Sit back, relax, and let Captain Jean Luc Picard sell you a Porsche 993.
Last month I told the grand tale of how Birmingham Cars and Coffee has rotated between two different locations for the past couple of years. Now that we’re back to our old location, it feels more worth it to come out. So I did. Here’s what I saw.
No single Porsche has ever garnered more controversy than the fifth generation 911, dubbed the 996. When it found its way to the market in the late 1990s, Porsche enthusiasts were immediately up in arms over the radical changes to the 911 architecture, including a new design that was lower, longer, and sleeker than…
I’ve found it
A reminder that my love for the Aztek is still as strong as it was when I was the Aztek Appreciator.
I’m actually weighing the options on buying an R129 after I buy my SC400. I have no one to blame but myself...
Well, that settles that! It’s not exactly the end of this series, as I do plan to continue on in other Forza games as well as any upcoming Forza 7 updates, but for a while, it may be quits on this list. Anyway, thanks for reading the updates as they came out every so often, and commenting as well!
Today’s episode of Binging with Babish features an unlikely cameo from the DougScoreTM.
If you’re ever feeling down, at least you’re not the person who decided to put a Monte Carlo badge on a 2nd gen Lumina.
I have no words.
A salvage rebuild Maybach for $35k. Just needs a few pieces here and there. This has your name all over it, Hoovie.
A shining example of Toyota having way too much time and money on its hands in the early 2000s, the Toyota Brevis is what happens when you cross an Altezza/IS300 and a Celsior/LS430.
The Kia Soul can be still ordered with a 6-speed manual transmission. There are a few catches however.