My grandma is gone.
My grandma has pancreatic cancer, and this morning, she woke up in her worst state yet. It could be her last day, so I’m making this post to cope. To keep it Oppo, here are some cars that I recognize her with.
Accurate representation of me for the past two days.
“Is it a Quadrifoglio?”
There’s a certain handsomeness to the Hyundai Genesis that I just can’t place.
Picture a regular Thursday night. You’re out to get groceries, and you decide to piddle down the diecast aisle just to see what you can find. That’s when it hits you, the strangest diecast you’ve ever seen. A 1:24 scale model of none other than a 1997 Ford Explorer. You shouldn’t pass that up. I sure didn’t.
I’ve loved Gone in Sixty Seconds (the remake) since I was a kid, and it still holds up to this day. However, now that I’m old, there are some things I start to wonder about.
It was a good day.
I’m looking for the best commercial ever made, whether in terms of quality, tagline, etc., but the car featured in it was less than satisfying.
Hello, I am here to tell you that this is a new crossover. Instead of highlighting the fact that it looks better than most other crossovers out there and that it’s an American version of a bestselling European crossover, I will in fact make vague jokes about how I’d rather not be here, and that I am disappointed that…
I especially like what they’ve done with the interior.
Featuring a broken GT-R, my trusty Range Rover Sport, and a car I will feature soon.
I’m not prepared
...above the speed limit.
Enjoy your Christmas or Hanukkah or Kwanzaa or Festivus or